Draw Naturally

Draw Naturally

How A New Way of Seeing Can Improve your Drawing Skills

Book - 2004
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Draw Naturally proposes a new way of learning to see and draw with shapes that makes the process of drawing as simple as possible. Artists learn to translate three-dimensional subjects into big shapes, then to gradually add dimensionality and develop detail, an approach that is particularly effective for capturing life and action. Artists are taken through a series of exercises that teach them how to transform their new way of seeing into a variety of practical skills-including how to create an action line, break a large shape into smaller ones, simplify values, quick-sketch heads and faces, and capture the expressive character of trees and other landscape elements-eventually enabling them to create fully developed drawings.
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill Publications, 2004.
ISBN: 9780823013784
0823013782
Branch Call Number: 741.2
Characteristics: 160 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.

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