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Drawing: Figures in Action (HT191)


Drawing: Figures in Action (HT191)

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    Andrew Loomis
Walter Foster's classic How to Draw and Paint series provides aspiring artists with an exceptional array of art instruction books featuring all subject areas and media. Each title includes easy step-by-step exercises as well as finished illustrations or paintings that will inspire artistic talent in anyone. Packed with practical information, helpful tips, and fundamental techniques, the How to Draw and Paint series offers a complete library of resources to which artists of all skill levels can refer again and again. What you'll learn from this book ... • Techniques for rendering the human form using pencil, fine-point brush, and pen • The ideal proportions of male and female figures to help you create realistic drawings • Tips for giving expression to your figures through changes in value • How to draw facial features from different angles, and how to set features into the head • A variety of drawing methods, including point techniques and brush-and-spatter illusion • Ways of capturing movement and establishing lines of rhythm  
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  • PDF | 32 pages
  • Andrew Loomis
  • Walter Foster Publishing
  • Unknown
  • 3
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