Part of the "Learn to Draw" series, this book looks at drawing buildings. All the basics are covered, to provide a sound foundation in drawing techniques, and numerous illustrations and step-by-step drawings show how these are put into practice. Each book includes information on tools and equipment, proportion and shapes, light and shade, structure and form, composition and working from photographs.
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Everyone would like to be able to draw and for all artists, whatever their level, drawing is an essential skill.
In this easy-to-follow guide all the basic drawing techniques are explained with numerous illustrations and step-by-step drawings.
• Looking at basic shapes
• Choosing the right medium
• Structure and form
• Portraying street life
David Cook is a professional artist, well known for his work in coloured pencils. His work is exhibited throughout the UK and he holds regular painting courses and workshops. He has written articles for ‘The Artist’ magazine, is the author of several books, and his work was featured in ‘Chromacolour’, published by HarperCollins in 1996.
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Book Description Collins, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-000-X0-7481007