|Author||Cindy Smith, Debra Kauffman, Linda Weil, Nolon Stacey, and Patricia Getha|
|File size||83.6 MB|
This book is great. When I saw this, I had to have it as I have the other books in the same Collector's Series and I love all of them. This book was not a disappointment and it's better than the rest, in fact. It has animals in graphite from a few contributing artists' who have a lot of teaching history AND it even has a great lil colored pencil section by Debra Kauffman Yaun that provides a nice surprise and it's well done.
Learn to draw a collection of cute critters and pampered pets!
Featuring an array of adorable pets and majestic wildlife, this exceptional 144-page book offers simple, step-by-step instructions for creating dozens of incredibly lifelike animal drawings. Inside, five talented artists reveal their professional secrets for drawing all the features that are unique to our furry and feathered friends—from wet noses and expressive eyes to thick fur and delicate whiskers. The book opens with essential information about drawing tools and materials, followed by instruction on how to approach a drawing––such as building up forms with basic shapes, transferring a reference, and using a projected photo image. Then the authors demonstrate their unique approaches to drawing through an array of inspiring projects, guiding readers from initial sketches through the detailed shading process to the finishing touches. As readers progress from project to project, they will find a range of helpful topics, such as portraying accurate proportions, creating dynamic compositions, and using colored pencils.
Packed with convincing illustrations and expert instruction, The Art of Drawing Animals is a comprehensive and indispensable resource for all artists smitten with the animal kingdom.