|Author||: Tan Huaixiang|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2013-03-20|
|ISBN 10||: 1136081267|
|Pages||: 342 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
Character Costume Figure Drawing will develop your drawing skills to improve your renderings. Not only is this book gorgeous and inspirational, but these comprehensive visual images carefully illustrate--step-by-step--how to successfully render dynamic characters with personality and life. This book presents drawing instruction with detailed breakdowns of various types of characters. Maternal? Elderly? Sassy? Sexy? It all startws with body proportion, bone structure, body masses, facial expressions, and the hands and feet. Hats, props, fabrics, and choice of medium are all thoroughly covered to ensure the ability to develop convincing lifelike characters. * Includes unique three-step drawing guides that develop the sketch from stick figure to full-blown character * Detailed examples of how to draw faces, hands, and feet * Learn to draw realistic fabrics in a multitued of colors and textures * NEW: Learn to draw your character based on the time period they are from * NEW: Learn to draw children and music/dance characters
by Steve Huston
How often does an aspiring artist read a book or take a class on drawing the human body, only to end up with page after page of stiff lifeless marks rather than the well-conceived figure the course promised? Though there are many books on drawing the human figure, none teach how to draw a figure from the first few marks of the quick sketch to the last virtuosic stroke of the finished masterpiece, let alone through a convincing, easy-to-understand method.GET BOOK!
by Wendon Blake,Uldis Klavins
Profusely illustrated volume provides thorough exposition of fundamental stages in executing a figure drawing-from simple standing and seated figures to more complex ones (bending, kneeling, twisting and crouching figures). Over 175 illustrations accompany demonstrations, showing how to establish major forms, refine lines for increased accuracy, block in broad shadow areas and finish the work by polishing contours, strengthening shadows, and adding details. Clear practical advice for beginners; an excellent sourcebook of valuable insights for experienced artists.GET BOOK!
by Tan Huaixiang
Character Costume Figure Drawing will develop your drawing skills to improve your renderings. Not only is this book gorgeous and inspirational, but these comprehensive visual images carefully illustrate--step-by-step--how to successfully render dynamic characters with personality and life. This book presents drawing instruction with detailed breakdowns of various types of characters. Maternal? Elderly? Sassy? Sexy? It all startws with body proportion, bone structure, body masses, facial expressions, and the hands and feet. Hats, props, fabrics, and choice of medium are allGET BOOK!
by Huaixiang Tan
Comprehensive visual images carefully illustrate how to render dynamic characters with personality, covering clothes, hats, props, fabrics and choice of medium for those who want to draw characters in preparing for costume design, in a new edition that covers historical periods and children and music/dance characters. Original.GET BOOK!
by Kensuke Okabayashi
Figure Drawing For Dummies appeals to both new art students and veteran artists who find it difficult to proportionally draw the human form. The illustrations and examples in Figure Drawing For Dummies are designed to help readers capture this elusive figure.GET BOOK!
by Andrew Loomis
The illustrator Andrew Loomis (1892-1959) is revered among artists - including comics superstar Alex Ross - for his mastery of figure drawing and clean, Realist style.His hugely influential series of art instruction books have never been bettered, and Figure Drawing is the first in Titan's programme of facsimile editions, returning these classic titles to print for the first time in decades.GET BOOK!
by Anthony Ryder
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. It means carefully observing the interplay of form and light, shape and line,GET BOOK!
by Carolyn Scrace
Figure Drawing is a step-by-step guide for beginners, aimed at artists who are keen to learn how to create figure drawings in a vast variety of styles.It is a guide to the entire process, including getting to grips with the anatomy of the human body, learning about the materials and concepts such as shading, perspective and composition, and experimenting with different techniques to accomplish a range of effects. At each stage, easy-to-follow instructions and highly-detailed illustrations guide the readerGET BOOK!
by Jennifer Gennari
With Figure Drawing, aspiring graphite and charcoal artists will learn everything they need to know about drawing the human figure and how to master gestures, proportions, and body movement. The book begins with an introduction to basic tools and materials, guiding the reader in how to select the right pencils, papers, erasers, and other materials to begin their study of life drawing. Additionally, artists will find a plethora of information about drawing techniques, blending, and shading. Before diving into theGET BOOK!
by Richard G. Hatton
This practical guide approaches figure drawing from the draftsman's perspective. Full of tips and tricks that students appreciate, it features 377 illustrations that cover all aspects of the human form.GET BOOK!
by Alexander Dobkin
Comprehensive manual for intermediate to advanced students covers proportion, bone and muscle structure, limbs, head and neck, male and female figures, action and motion, and the draped figure. More than 500 illustrations.GET BOOK!
by Bill Buchman
This is an inspiring must-have resource for artists seeking new approaches to drawing the human figure. It features more than 20 fundamental figure drawing exercises. It empowers students and artists of all levels to make progress with the figure beyond their expectations. Throughout the history of art, figure drawing has been regarded as the very foundation of an artist's education and at the centre of the art-making process. In Expressive Figure Drawing , innovative teacher and author, Bill Buchman, explores the ideaGET BOOK!
by J Leonard Watson
This essential reference features nearly 80 drawings, photos, and paintings. Covers every topic, from the basics of posing a model and choosing materials to measurement, action, median lines, foreshortening, and more.GET BOOK!
by Borough Johnson
With easy-to-follow advice and 82 illustrations, an award-winning artist demonstrates how to draw the human figure, offering advice on proportion, anatomy, composition, drawing from memory, and capturing emotion with an economy of line. Includes an 8-page color insert.GET BOOK!
by Alon Bement
Well-crafted and class-tested, this guide by a noted instructor features more text than typical art instruction books. Ample illustrations accompany 30 detailed lessons that particularly stress the depiction of the figure in action.GET BOOK!
by Donelli J and Diane M Dimaria
This book gives a set-by-step drawing method based loosely on the "Reilly" technique which allows for drawing figures from life in less than 15 minutes. It covers "full" figure drawing from the initial setup of the "lines of action" through the finishing details for the face, hands, and feet. Also included are three demonstrations and a gallery of finished drawings.GET BOOK!