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- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2013; US$ 21.95
Got manga? Christopher Hart?s got manga, and he wants to share it with all his millions of readers?especially the beginners. With Manga for the Beginner , anyone who can hold a pencil can start drawing great manga characters right away. Using his signature step-by-step style, Hart shows how to draw the basic manga head and body, eyes, bodies, fashion,... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2013; US$ 21.99
All of Chris Hart?s how-to-draw titles are best-sellers. And the best-sellers among all of his best-sellers are the ones about animals. How to Draw Cartoon Animals , just one example, appears regularly on the BookScan Top 50 Art Books list, with more than 190,000 copies sold. Now The Cartoonist?s Big Book of Drawing Animals is ready to roar onto... more...
- F+W Media 1992; US$ 28.99 US$ 26.09
Silken strands of hair. Water tumbling over rocks. Blinding reflections in glass or metal. Cathy Johnson shows you how to create realistic textures like these and make your watercolor paintings come alive. You'll find practical, easy-to-follow guidelines inside for creating 83 wonderful textures for fruits, vegetables, hair, glass, metal, fabric,... more...
- F+W Media 1996; US$ 14.99 US$ 13.49
Do your drawings look more like one-dimensional cartoon characters than real animals? With this step-by-step guide, you'll be creating realistic drawings of your pets and other animals in no time! The secret is seeing and drawing animals as simple shapes that fit together like a puzzle. Next, you create a convincing sense of dimension with shading.... more...
- F+W Media 1997; US$ 17.99 US$ 16.19
Easy-to-follow demonstrations show you how to use colored pencils to paint trees, flowers, animals, people and other popular subjects. The colored pencil is an easy-to-use, inexpensive and incredibly expressive medium. And nobody is more skilled with the pencil than Bet Borgeson. Using many visual examples to illustrate her points, Bet will teach... more...
- F+W Media 2000; US$ 19.99 US$ 17.99
You can transform a blank canvas into a spectacular landscape even if you've never painted before. Jerry Yarnellthe master of popular paintingwill show you how with his successful step-by-step painting techniques. You'll learn to create beautiful art, building your skills and having fun every time you approach the canvas. The lessons inside will enable... more...
- F+W Media 2001; US$ 19.99 US$ 17.99
Love to paint? Want to learn? Then grab your paints and brushes and get started! Learn all the tricks and techniques you need to perform "magic" with paint! In Painting Magic , the third volume of his popular painting series, Jerry Yarnell helps you move beyond the basics and begin tackling more involved paintings. You'll find ten beautiful step-by-step... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2014; US$ 35.00
Drawing is experiencing an unparalleled surge in the art world. Passť notions that once defined drawing as being a preparatory stage for painting or sculpture have long since been cast aside. Drawing is now fully recognized as its own art form?in the biennials, art fairs, museum exhibitions, and beyond. Drawing has come of age. ††††††††††† Contemporary... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2014; US$ 24.99
Many of us want to learn ?how to draw.? But as artist Anthony Ryder explains, it?s much more important to learn what to draw. In other words, to observe and draw what we actually see, rather than what we think we see. When it comes to drawing the human figure, this means letting go of learned ideas and expectation of what the figure should look like.... more...