Utilizing as few words as possible, but presenting a tremendous variety and volume of illustrations, this all-in-one guide details the fundamentals of drawing in its various phases and fields. In the opening pages, the author points out the first step on the road to creative achievement: artists must learn how to see people and things in terms of pictures, then master the techniques needed to express themselves on paper. Geared to newcomers and yet still beneficial for more experienced artists, Moranzas illuminating advice covers everything from nude and draped figures to the art of portraits and sketching animals. He covers the effective use of various mediums, including pencil, charcoal, pen, and wash. Plus, he offers helpful tips on developing a sixth sense about perspective, the basics of composition, reflecting light and shadow, and more. There's even a chapter on taking drawing one step further a from a pleasurable hobby to a successful commercial venture.The ears, mouth, nose, the shape of the head and body-all must be drawn accurately to give a true picture of a breed. ... which is fairly standard in construction, various types yof construction are called for by the several groups of dog breeds.
|Title||:||Drawing and Illustration|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2008-09-25|