|Author||: Jasmina Susak|
|Publisher||: Jasmina Susak|
|Pages||: 150 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
Learn how to draw proportional, realistic portraits in this easy to follow, step-by-step tutorial! Learn from an experienced artist and art teacher, Jasmina Susak, who will guide you in drawing process from complete scratch to the finished portrait. Not only will you learn how to draw facial features and skin, but hair too in this highly detailed tutorial. This tutorial was made for intermediate artists, but beginners should also give it a try since Jasmina will share a lot of tips and tricks that will help you understand the most important things behind a realistic style of drawing. Take this book, enhance your drawing skills, and get your portraits to the next level!
by Jasmina Susak
Learn how to draw proportional, realistic portraits in this easy to follow, step-by-step tutorial! Learn from an experienced artist and art teacher, Jasmina Susak, who will guide you in drawing process from complete scratch to the finished portrait. Not only will you learn how to draw facial features and skin, but hair too in this highly detailed tutorial. This tutorial was made for intermediate artists, but beginners should also give it a try since Jasmina will share a lot ofGET BOOK!
by Susie Hodge
A wordless instructional introduction to drawing people, this title shows how to build up great pictures starting from stick figures and using simple shapes and step-by-step illustrations.GET BOOK!
by Christopher Hart
This is the easy way to learn how to draw people! Chris Hart offers straightforward solutions to common figure-drawing problems encountered by aspiring artists. Hart's accessible techniques include focusing on the body's natural curves, rather than drawing muscles, and breaking the torso down into three distinct, understandable areas. With this book, anyone can immediately grasp the basics--and create the art to prove it!GET BOOK!
by Edgar Ford
You're about to discover how to draw people effectively using some of the best techniques available out there, it is true that becoming a truly successful artist is not a skill you were born with but one you can learn over time. This book will open you up to that idea as well as the most effective strategies you can use to propel your drawing career and help you master the art of drawing. The truth is many people onGET BOOK!
by HowExpert,Elise White
If you want to learn how to draw People, then get "How To Draw People" by Elise White You will learn the quick and easy way to draw realistic drawings of people with when you get the “How to Draw People” guide. With the guide’s step-by-step lessons, you will improve your drawing skills and gain confidence in your abilities. In this guide you will discover how to draw all types of people. • Surprise your friends and family by creatingGET BOOK!
by Jeff Mellem
The author "teaches beginning artists how to draw the human figure, from stick figure to anatomically accurate person, in clear, easy-to-follow lessons. More than just a reference, this book provides the step-by-step instruction to teach you to draw the human figure and the anatomical knowledge to draw it realistically."--page  of cover.GET BOOK!
by Jake Spicer
Yes, you can draw! And Draw People in 15 Minutes will show you how. By the time you finish this book you'll have all the skills and the confidence you need to sketch people on the move or on the couch. Professional art instructor Jake Spicer takes you through every aspect of drawing from life, from sketching bodies in a busy public space to drawing a model from real life or a photograph. Carefully crafted exercises break down the drawing processGET BOOK!
by Robert Nortman
How to Draw People Learn How to Draw Portraits and Human Figures In this book, you will find some tips and tricks to draw accurate human features and complete figures. Each illustration has been explained with step by step tutorials along with the required text in detail. You will not feel any dearth of explanation in this book. In the first section of this book, you will find an explanation of why we are always scared of attempting portraits. InGET BOOK!
by Tom Richardson
With 80 Plates Originally Published between 1828 and 1855 In the nineteenth century students who did not have access to plaster casts and teachers who wished for a course of instruction turned to copy books for drawing lessons. They were popular and many authors produced versions either for use in schools or for learning at home. This book combines examples from seven different books. The selections focus on those sections of the books devoted to drawing the human figure. The books include: Buchanan'sGET BOOK!
by Kagan McLeod
A lively, colorful figure drawing instruction book that encourages aspiring illustrators to work in ink and watercolor to create quick, confident renderings of diverse, contemporary people. While today's illustrators work primarily in ink and watercolor, figure drawing instruction still tends to emphasize work in pencil. Commercial illustrator Kagan McLeod offers an approach to figure and portrait drawing more in keeping with today's preferred tools and techniques, one that focuses on cultivating spontaneity, energy, and confidence by providing exercises for brushGET BOOK!
by Jasmine Norris
How To Draw People Sketching human figures in ONE day! Drawing people, or even better, representation drawing, is a close correspondence in the middle of artist and subject. With line and tone we delineate the physical scene and character of another person. This is the thing that makes picture drawing a profoundly fulfilling engagement. Fledgling artists start withdrawing the eyes and developing the representation outwards. Others will start with an oval and utilize a non specific layout: the eyes areGET BOOK!
by Elissa Reyes
How to draw People Sketching in ONE day! When you attempt to draw people, there are sure distinctive expert procedures for portraits like exaggerations and manga toon drawings. The best route forward is first to pick up the rudiments for representation building, and after that approval to have practical experience in your favored field. So how would you draw people? This is a better than average inquiry and one that a ton of maturing craftsmen are asking; once you've acedGET BOOK!
by Jeff Mellem
The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Drawing Figures! To draw an anatomical figure, you don't need a stack of weighty anatomy books. Just take it step by step! In How to Draw People, author Jeff Mellem teaches beginning artists how to draw the human figure, from stick figure to anatomically accurate person, in clear, easy-to-follow lessons. More than just a reference, this book provides the step-by-step instruction to teach you to draw the human figure and the anatomical knowledge to drawGET BOOK!
by Gala Publication
Drawing People : Pencil Drawings Step by Step Easy steps and you can draw! Start with basic Simple People sketches and you will be drawing wonderful pictures in no time! The step by step drawings give you room to practice your drawing talent. Many different People for you to try - you can even colour the finished drawings if you like! Ideal for ages 3 to 11 years, preschool to grade 5.GET BOOK!
by Susie Hodge
A fantastic compilation of Susie Hodge's popular 'How to Draw' titles, instructing the reader on how to draw all aspects and variations of the human form. From features like hands and faces, through to different ages and people on the go, this invaluable guide breaks down the drawing process into easy steps. Well-known artist Susie Hodge shows how easy it is to use simple shapes to create professional-looking drawings of people.This is a perfect book for budding artists wantingGET BOOK!
by Sonia Rai
How to Draw People for Kids includes 33 Different People in easy step by step drawings. These drawing tutorials are very easy and simple for kids and adults.An easy way to teach drawing skills for any age group. At the end of each tutorial a practice page is included in paperback edition with and with grid to make it easier to copy the drawing.GET BOOK!