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The human figure has inspired artists for centuries, providing endless variety and interest.
In this book, author and artist Barrington Barber provides an accessible introduction to drawing form life, from correctly gauging figure proportions to sketching figures in movement and getting the most out of a life class. Examples after master artists show the range of materials and stylistic approaches that can be used to create beautiful images of the human form.
This practical drawing series comprises six titles across a range of subjects that are perennially popular with artists : still life, landscapes, portraits, perspective and composition, life drawing, and animals.
Each book provides an accessible introduction to the subject, backed up by clear examples and developed through step-by-step exercises for readers to follow. Throughout, authors Barrington Barber and Duncan Smith provide useful advice and tips learned from their years of practice as professional artists.
The simple, stylish design and accessible format make these books attractive as single units or to buy as a series.
About the Author
Barrington Barber is a renowned author in the field of teaching drawing skills and a practising artist. He enjoys a successful career as a commercial illustrator and fine artist and has written and illustrated a wide range of best-selling instructive art books.
There's lots of doodles to do!
Draw amazing doodles, colour in fantastic designs and create incredible patterns with Draw What? These inspiring activities will keep kids busy for days as they unleash their imaginations and explore their creativity.
Everyone will be inspired by the activities in this book. Let your inner artist run free today!
Drawn By A China Moon
DRAWN BY A CHINA MOON, Introducing Lottie Moon -- "Dear Mollie, You can't believe what is happening here in China. . . ." Actually, what Mollie can't believe is that her best friend, Ida, and her family left Virginia to live in a "heathen" country. What about marrying handsome Southern husbands? Going to women's college together? However, Mollie's frustration slowly turns to fascination as Ida's letters describe her exciting life among the Chinese-sea worms for supper, wearing men's pants, Chinese New Year, and helping with the amazing missionary work of Lottie Moon. But as the years go by, China endures war, disease, and rebellion, and Molly becomes more and more worried about Ida. Realizing that each letter she receives could be the last, Mollie wants to help her beloved pen pal. But how . . . and at what price? Helping her friend means changing her life...forever!
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