|Author||: Jasmina Susak|
|Publisher||: Jasmina Susak|
|Pages||: 257 pages|
|Rating||: 5/5 from 2 reviews|
How to draw in a nutshell - by popular pencil artist Jasmina Susak. This book is about drawing for beginners, and it is helpful to those interested in developing basic knowledge and skills. It is concise, clear, very easy to understand, and well-written in a friendly way filled with encouragement and complemented with a lot of illustrations. This book features verbal and visual explanations which make the learning much easier and with better results. The author contends that drawing and shading are skills that anyone can develop through patience, and a lot of time spent practicing your drawing even with little to no special talent for it. Why should you choose this book over the hundred others of the same topic? Because the author will teach you to draw realistic, lifelike drawings, and to give life to your drawings, instead of making flat, lifeless drawings. Because the author is a self-taught artist who can tell you about her own experience and what she has gone through--instead of repeating the curriculum that she would have learned in school, if she had attended any art school. Because the author won't tell you “Add some shading” that you can read in plenty of how-to-draw books by other authors, but she will explain to you in detail how to do it and how she does it with no further questions. Because through this book, you won't just learn how to draw a cube or cylinder that no one needs, but the things that you will want to draw for yourself or for the people around you: animals, human faces, every day objects, 3D drawings and more. Because the author will explain to you what she has realized through her years spent on drawing, so that you don't have to think about how to do something, but immediately to start doing it; saving you time on studying and searching for the answers on the Internet. Because the author will encourage you to keep on drawing and inspire you, so that you will never want to stop doing it. In this book you will find a lot of tips and tricks to kick-start your artwork and help you to achieve stunning results. Enjoy learning!
by Jasmina Susak
How to draw in a nutshell - by popular pencil artist Jasmina Susak. This book is about drawing for beginners, and it is helpful to those interested in developing basic knowledge and skills. It is concise, clear, very easy to understand, and well-written in a friendly way filled with encouragement and complemented with a lot of illustrations. This book features verbal and visual explanations which make the learning much easier and with better results. The author contends that drawing andGET BOOK!
Budding artists will soon create their own masterpiece with this children's step-by-step guide to drawing that is practical, inspirational, educational, and fun. Beginning with simple skill instruction and building to more challenging projects, it is packed with practical activities and techniques, including how to draw lines, shade, sketch, and trace. Kids can even draw their own cover so the book really is their own unique piece of art. Once they've learned the basics, kids can follow the step-by-step instructions toGET BOOK!
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 Aaria Baid
How to draw everything--for kids 9-12 Even if your little one has never drawn before, they can create pictures better than they ever imagined. Every artist starts with the basics and here is a step-by-step guide to them all. With this how to draw for kids book, every kid can be creative and capture whatever catches their eye. In How to Draw, kids ages 9-12 will try their hand at everything from magical creatures and cartoons to realistic landscapes, portraits,GET BOOK!
by Jasmina Susak
Learn to draw three dimensional objects with colored pencils. Go through six unique step-by-step drawing tutorials and you'll see that it is simpler than you can imagine and if you follow the instructions, you will enjoy your result and be inspired to draw more...GET BOOK!
Uncover all the fun tips and tricks needed to improve your drawing skills and become an incredible artist, with this How to Draw book. Learn how to draw anything and everything - from funny people and dangerous dinosaurs to blossoming flowers and crazy cartoons - with this fantastic step-by-step drawing book for kids. How To Draw is a fun, interactive activity book for kids that will inspire children to step into the world of art and learn all there isGET BOOK!
by Mark Kistler
Learn to draw in 30 days with Emmy award-winning PBS host Mark Kistler Drawing is an acquired skill, not a talent--anyone can learn to draw! All you need is a pencil, a piece of paper, and the willingness to tap into your hidden artistic abilities. With Emmy award-winning, longtime PBS host Mark Kistler as your guide, you'll learn the secrets of sophisticated three-dimensional renderings, and have fun along the way--in just 20 minutes a day for a month. Inside you'll find: QuickGET BOOK!
by Tony R Smith
How to Draw a Ninja for kids Step by Step Guide is a fun tool that will help kids learn to draw Ninja. This simple guide provides, easy-to-follow example that make it easy for kids to start drawing. This book will help build confidence and encourage creativity with more than 100 pages of examples, directions and sketch paper. How to Draw a Ninja for kids Step by Step Guide will provide hours of fun for your child! This book features: 100 PagesGET BOOK!
by Peter Maddocks,Marian Bonelli
This book is designed for anyone and everyone who has ever thought that they could have been a cartoonist if only they knew how. Handwritten and hand drawn, it answers questions about cartooning in simple, visual terms. What materials do you use? What size do you draw? How do you caricature, or keep a likeness in a strip cartoon character? These are just a few of the technical problems facing the beginner which Peter Maddocks tackles, but he also considersGET BOOK!
by Young Scholar
How to Draw for Kids is an activity book that teaches kids and anyone interested in learning how to draw, the fastest and easiest way to accomplish that, using simple shapes. As soon as kids can hold a pencil they can learn how to draw their favorite animals using this book as a guide. There is an artist in every child, do not let it fade or be left behind, nourish it with this How to draw book for kids.GET BOOK!
by Scott Robertson,Thomas Bertling
Provides instruction on drawing objects and environments from the imagination, constructing accurate perspective grids, and experimenting with various mediums.GET BOOK!
by Barbara Soloff Levy
With this simple drawing guide, children will learn lessons on how to use basic shapes to draw a lion, alligator, gorilla, coyote, ostrich, and 25 other animals. It's a fun, easy way to learn the fundamentals of line, shape, and dimension while producing a gallery of drawings beginners will be proud to show friends and family. Blank practice pages are also included.GET BOOK!
by Mark Bergin
From the baby dragon peeking out of its egg to the wrinkles of the wise old dragon, every aspect and type of dragon is here. Learn how to master the ripples of flames erupting from the dragon's mouth and how to add that realistic scaly effect to its skin. A must-have for wannabe artists.GET BOOK!