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I Can T Draw

Author : Lydia Crook
ISBN : 9781782409779
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I Can't Draw: This Book Will Prove You Can is a fun and interactive workbook for all ages that teaches the basic elements of drawing. Illustrator Lydia Crook provides beginners with 60 quirky art activities to teach you how to draw. These include lessons on: Continuous line drawing Drawing with dots Making patterns Creating 3-D objects Contouring and shading Drawing perspective and movement . . . and more surprising activities such as drawing with cotton wool and other unusual mark makers! With simple instructions, prompts and starting points for each activity, it is suitable for non-artists of all ages. The delightful illustrations and beautiful neon ink make it an inspiring workbook that will have you reaching for a pen, pencil or marker ready to get started. If you like this, you might also be interested in My Year in Small Drawings . . .
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The 1 Minute Artist

Author : Rich Davis
ISBN : 9781631062544
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Turn "I can't draw" into "I can draw that in sixty seconds or less!" What can you do with one minute? When you're drawing, a minute is enough to create a world of fun! Send a rocket to the moon! Make a robot and name it something silly like "gorgonzola!" You can even turn your dog into a cartoon character! Using six simple steps, Rich Davis breaks more than 100 sketches into a series of six basic images, showing you how to draw a fast sketch of almost anything. You'll learn to draw all sorts of fun things, from animals and creatures, to cars and flowers. And you can draw them in under a minute! A fun drawing adventure for anyone interested in drawing and doodling, "The 1-Minute Artist" is ideal for building confidence for non-artists of any age. Anyone can draw!
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Art Of Basic Drawing

Author : Walter Foster (Firm)
ISBN : 9781560109136
Genre : Art
File Size : 90.25 MB
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Provides step-by-step lessons and information on the tools and techniques of drawing.
Category: Art

Dinosaurs Don T Draw

Author : Elli Woollard
ISBN : 9781509893263
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Dinosaurs aren't known for their drawing – they're known for their stamping and stomping and ROARING! All except for one creative young dinosaur who just can't seem to stop! He transforms rocks, chalk, sticks and mud into the most wonderful works of art - much to the confusion of his fierce, fighting dinosaur family. But when everyone hears the THUD of a terrifying T-Rex, they soon see just how effective art can be. Especially art in the form of an even bigger dinosaur! Another brilliant rhyming story from this exciting pairing; author, Elli Woollard and illustrator, Steven Lenton. A vibrant and uplifting story about the joy and the power of art - and daring to be different. Dinosaurs Don't Draw is a visual treat and a delight to read aloud.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Fearless Drawing

Author : Kerry Lemon
ISBN : 9781592539161
Genre : Art
File Size : 58.10 MB
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Fearless Drawing is a fun and beautiful book exploring how to rediscover the joy of drawing. There is a terrific fear attached to drawing, a frozen panic, a cry of “I can’t draw!” Embark on 22 adventures to re-ignite the profound joy and artistic passion of drawing for every reader. Author Kerry Lemon uses a wide range of exercises and encouraging guidance to allow the reader to fall in love with the process of physically creating marks and shapes across a page. Only by enjoying the process will you begin to draw regularly, and of course, lots of drawing leads to lots of improvement! DIV /divDIVAs young children, we all draw naturally and confidently, but in time many of us start to doubt their ability and fear the blank white page. Fearless Drawing offers a chance to be inspired to experiment, to discover or recover your own drawing voice. These simple and helpful exercises are designed to create a new relationship with your drawing, a chance to reconnect and appreciate your personal drawn line and find the unique marks that only your hand makes. /divDIV /divFearless Drawing helps you find happiness through the new way you view the world and observe surroundings. Enjoy the freedom and power to create, escape, relax, indulge and explore!
Category: Art

Drawing

Author : Russell Iredell
ISBN : 1560100443
Genre : Art
File Size : 35.61 MB
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The female body is one of the most popular artistic subjects. And in this book, drawing expert Russell Iredell teaches you how to approach drawing the female figure in pencil, with tips on adding touches with charcoal and pastel. In Female Figures, youÆll learn how to take into account proportion, perspective, and shading as you learn to draw the female form in various poses. In addition to the basics, you will learn advanced techniques, such as how to incorporate a basic knowledge of muscular and skeletal structures to make your drawings come to life. This reference is a must-have for anyone wishing to render the beautiful female form.
Category: Art

My Grandad Can Draw Anything

Author : Neil Sullivan
ISBN : 9781787116467
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 24.77 MB
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It seems all children love scribbling, drawing, colouring-in and expressing themselves through art. Not all children grow out of this passion: Chloe's Grandad, Neil, certainly didn't. Chloe loves nothing better than watching her Grandad scribbling away at the kitchen table. It's like he can draw just about anything, well, anything except hands, that is. Chloe finds it most amusing watching Grandad nearly pulling his hair out with frustration trying to draw hands. They always turn out wobbly! In fact this book was inspired by these real artistic gatherings of Chloe and her Grandad at their kitchen table, happily drawing. Steve Burke has brought this funny and charming story to life with his hilarious caricatures of Chloe and her Grandad. See how his beautiful illustrations and the author’s hilarious rhymes tell the story of Grandad, the great artist, and how he finds himself in a right royal pickle when he is asked to draw The Queen performing her famous royal wave. You've got to hand it to Chloe's Grandad because you'll laugh out loud when you see how he cleverly draws his way out of trouble and into Her Majesty’s favour.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Mark Kistler S Draw Squad

Author : Mark Kistler
ISBN : 9780671656942
Genre : Art
File Size : 57.84 MB
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Provides a series of lesson on foreshortening, surface, shading, shadow, density, contour, overlapping, and size, and suggests that daily practice is important for developing one's artistic skills
Category: Art

The Art Of Comics

Author : Aaron Meskin
ISBN : 9781444354829
Genre : Philosophy
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The Art of Comics is the first-ever collection of essays published in English devoted to the philosophical topics raised by comics and graphic novels. In an area of growing philosophical interest, this volume constitutes a great leap forward in the development of this fast expanding field, and makes a powerful contribution to the philosophy of art. The first-ever anthology to address the philosophical issues raised by the art of comics Provides an extensive and thorough introduction to the field, and to comics more generally Responds to the increasing philosophical interest in comic art Includes a preface by the renowned comics author Warren Ellis Many of the chapters are illustrated, and the book carries a stunning cover by the rising young comics star David Heatley
Category: Philosophy

How To Draw Manga Basics And Beyond

Author : Manga University
ISBN : 9784921205966
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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You want to draw manga, and Manga University will show you how. You'll get VERY good at this. After all, we've been teaching people just like you for more than 20 years. "How to Draw Manga: Basics and Beyond!" is the latest in Manga University's lineup of best-selling instructional books. The book features more than 1,000 illustrations drawn by Japanese manga artists whose work has appeared in leading publications, including Shonen Sunday and Young Jump. You will learn how to draw like a professional because your teachers are professionals. We've divided the book into four easy-to-follow chapters that will have you drawing original characters from head to toe in no time at all: Heads First! We begin at the top, with a chapter on how to draw heads. After all, heads are the first thing most people notice, in both art and out in the real world. And in art, just like in the real world, you want to make sure your characters make a vivid first impression ... whether they're completely human, or totally out-of-this-world. Let's Make Faces! The expression the eyes are the window to the soul is particularly true when it comes to manga. You can tell a lot about a character's personality by peering into their eyes. In this chapter, we explain the basics of drawing eyes. But we don't stop there. We also cover noses, mouths, ears, and hair. All About Bodies! Once we've covered faces, we move on to teaching you all all about drawing bodies. We go over the differences between male and female body proportions, count heads to determine the heights of our characters, and learn how to draw hands, arms, feet, and legs. Strike a Pose! Our book's final chapter is all about making a physical statement. We show characters standing tall, sitting down, throwing punches, giving hugs, and more. Because even beautifully drawn characters look boring if they're frozen stiff. The book also includes a section on manga tools. Plus, you'll get to know the artists who contributed to the book through exclusive interviews in which they talk about their favorite manga and anime series, hobbies, how they work, and more!
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Drawing By Seeing

Author : John Torreano
ISBN : 0810991705
Genre : Art
File Size : 72.51 MB
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A guide for artists learning how to translate the three-dimensional world into a two-dimensional drawing uses real-life examples of drawings to point out what went wrong and what was done correctly, focusing on how to draw what is physically seen of an object, not what is known about it.
Category: Art

I Can T Draw A Straight Line

Author : Shirley K. Hubalek
ISBN : PSU:000056312041
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 89.40 MB
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From flags to flowers and still lifes to landscapes, the sets of activities in three complete art programs build on each other to introduce essential art principles, including how to use line, color, shape, and pattern; how to recognize and create perspective and space; how to use these principles to create complete still lifes and landscapes; how to work in watercolors, oil pastels, and mixed media; and how to enjoy making art regardless of the outcome!
Category: Health & Fitness

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
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Illustration School Let S Draw A Story

Author : Sachiko Umoto
ISBN : 9781631590931
Genre : Art
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Created by one of Japan's most popular artists, this book provides detailed and complete instruction for colourful illustrations presented in a fun "finish the story" format.
Category: Art

Drawing With Your Artist S Brain

Author : Carl Purcell
ISBN : 1581808119
Genre : Art
File Size : 31.53 MB
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SEE like an artist, and draw like a pro! If you think you can't draw, it's all in your head. Every time you pick up a pencil, a battle rages between the two sides of your brain: Your analytical brain, which wants to generalize and take shortcuts; and your visual brain, which sees it like it is. This innovative guide helps the "good guy" always win! Following the success of his first book, Painting with Your Artist's Brain (North Light Books), Carl Purcell shows that the secret to creating true-to-life renderings—and overcoming the most common drawing problems—is silencing your bossy logical nature and letting your artistic side do what it does best. Thirteen interactive exercises and 10 step-by-step demonstrations lead you on an in-depth exploration of essential drawing skills: seeing values correctly searching for relationships of angle, size and position defining form with line and edge exploring the relationship between objects and space tying everything together with value patterns making the most of your sketchbook You'll take the same observation-based approach whether you're drawing a pear, a portrait or a landscape. No subject will be beyond your reach, and you'll be amazed at your sudden mastery of drawing!
Category: Art