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by Nigel Reece,Alastair Smith,Judy Tatchell

  • Author: Nigel Reece,Alastair Smith,Judy Tatchell
  • ISBN: 074601662X
  • ISBN13: 978-0746016626
  • ePub: 1135 kb | FB2: 1316 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edc Pub (March 1994)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 626
  • Format: docx doc lit lrf
The Usborne Complete Book of Drawing (Usborne Activity Books) ePub download

Series: Usborne Activity Books. Paperback: 128 pages. My daughter borrowed this book from her middle school's library, then renewed it the maximum of two more times because she was enjoying it so much.

Series: Usborne Activity Books. Publisher: Edc Pub (March 1994). The book breaks images into their fundamental 2D shapes and lines, and then details how to go about realistically filling in the shapes with color, using a variety of art media (. colored pencil, watercolor, paint).

Alastair Smith, Judy Tatchell.

This books is a comprehensive and inspiring guide to drawing and painting subjects ranging from people and animals to dinosaurs and buildings. Alastair Smith, Judy Tatchell. Que Pasa Cuando Comes? Alastair Smith. The color drawings are compelling and kids lined up to have it to work with. It has a large variety of topics covered and although it isn't "step-by-step", it is close enough with the breadth and variety of examples being worth every penny. Recently Viewed and Featured.

Shipping: FREE Within . Destination, rates & speeds. 30 Day Return Policy. Be the first to ask a question about The Usborne Complete Book of Drawing. An excellent book to use for working towards improving your drawing ability. Gives technical information to help improve technique- Styles explained range from realistic to cartoon and collage. Lists with This Book. 112 books - 6 voters. I absolutely love pencil work and this was a treat. One thing I did notice though, which tickled me a bit, was the fact there's a whole section dedicated to drawing cats but a complete neglect of dogs - which leads me to question why the word "complete" is in the title! ; P.

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The Usborne Complete Book of Drawing. by Nigel Reece, Alastair Smith, Judy Tatchell. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780746016626 (978-0-7460-1662-6) Softcover, Edc Pub, 1994. Find signed collectible books: 'The Usborne Complete Book of Drawing (Usborne Activity Books)'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Nigel Reece at LibraryThing.

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Musical Aura Island
I had this book when I was 13 (I'm 25 now) and learnt a lot from it. it covers a whole bunch of categories - people, animals, evil creepy stuff, aliens, robots, buildings, cars and planes, dinosaurs, maps... and what's even better this book covers very many drawing styles with various techniques - from realistic drawings to cartoon styles, some on illustration and fonts, introduces perspective, etc. this book is very direct and to the point - no introduction no unnecessary text to make it longer. a really good place to start - after that you will probably figure out what you like to draw most and what direction you should go in. and yeah like I said I had it as a kid and I have it now - it's good for all ages. definitely recommend it to everybody :)
Danial
My daughter borrowed this book from her middle school's library, then renewed it the maximum of two more times because she was enjoying it so much. When I saw the drawings of cats she had made using the book, I had to buy it for our home library. The book breaks images into their fundamental 2D shapes and lines, and then details how to go about realistically filling in the shapes with color, using a variety of art media (i.e. colored pencil, watercolor, paint). Sections range from drawing people, animals, insects, to fantasy creatures ("ghosts and monsters"), architectural drawings (using perspective), letter forms and map-making. There is information on techniques to use for drawing and art materials. I highly recommend this book to beginning artists of all ages.
SlingFire
I already had the book so ordered one for my granddaughter. It came in perfect condition too.
Anazan
It was sold as new but had some chew marks on the bottom and top corners. Not sure if it was from storage or ?
Charyoll
good book
Cargahibe
Covers many drawing subjects and techniques.
Alsantrius
My kids have checked this book out of the library so many times I finally bought it.
Their eyes lit up like Christmas when it came. The absolutely love it.
I would recommend this book, but first I would make some changes to it. If the book was up dated and it had more realistic pictures with a lot more details then it would be more exciting to draw the pictures in the book. When you read the book to learn how to draw it the book doesn't really explain how to draw the picture in the best way it can. Plus the author seemed like he only put in the drawings that he liked instead of thinking about other peoples thoughts. The only people that would read this book would be teens, children and some adults intrested in drawing non up dated drawings that are old and boring. They should show how to draw the steps better other than letting the persone do half the picture and then all of a sudden the picture is finished. But if the book was more exciting and up dated I'm sure people would love to read it. But other than that only the little kids would love to read this book. So yes, I recommend this book to little children.

Misty L.
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