This guide aims to make learning to draw fantasy art as simple as possible. All the basics are covered, to provide a sound foundation in drawing techniques, and illustrations and step-by-step drawings show how these are put into practice. The book includes practical information on tools and equipment, drawing beasts, angels and demons, costumes and props, expressions and gestures, backgrounds and scenery, and creating drama and atmosphere.
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Drawing is an essential skill for all artists and the 'Learn to Draw' series aims to make the learning process as simple as possible.
In 'Learn to Draw Fantasy Art ' the basic drawing techniques are described in an easy-to-follow way, with numerous illustrations and step-by-step drawings. Whether you want to draw angels, demons, dragons or citadels, 'Learn to Draw Fantasy Art' will provide all the help you need to draw them successfully.
• choosing the right medium
• proportion and shapes
• costume and props
• portraying movement
• drama and atmosphere
• backgrounds and scenery
Mike Jefferies was brought up on a cattle station in Australia, worked his way through art school in London, sleeping rough for lack of a grant. After gaining his degree he worked in commercial art for a while, then carved rocking horses but became bored and learned to ride. He was later selected for the British 3-Day Event Team. Despite his dyslexia, he has now written ten novels.
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Book Description Collins, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 4129954