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The first implement that springs to mind in the context of drawing is the humble pencil. This is a highly versatile tool, and ideal for quick sketches, but there are many other exciting drawing media, from charcoal, Indian ink, and conte for monochrome work, to vast ranges of coloured pencils, pastels and coloured inks for more "painterly" effects.
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Nov 06 Explore the chapters of this wonderful book and you will agree that this is the ultimate reference guide. Split into three sections; choosing and using materials, further techniques and subjects, it is easy to find the exact information you are looking for. Various artists work appears in this guide to illustrate the effects different mediums can produce. Complete all the tutorials in this book and you will improve your drawing skills no end. Whether you decide to draw with graphite, markers, pastels or pencils there is a section in this book to help you along the way. All the information is presented in a lovely ring-bound book to find sections with ease. A very useful guide! * minigallery.co.uk *About the Author:
Marylin Scott is a professional artist who works across a wide range of media. She studied painting at the Guildford School of Art and the Royal Academy of Painting in London. She is a respected practical art author.
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Book Description Search Press Ltd, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: Brand New. 192 pages. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk1844480941