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The Mad Art of Caricature!

The Mad Art of Caricature!

by Tom Richmond
175 Pages · 2011 · 98 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
How to Draw without Talent
by Danny Gregory
128 Pages · 2019 · 105  MB · 3,614 Downloads · New!
How to Draw without Talent is the sketching, drawing and creativity book which tells the simple techniques to master the designing. Danny Gregory is the author of this tremendous book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and he knows how to polish art and creativity. This is a comprehensive guide for designing, drawing, and arts. There are some students who wanted to draw but they think it’s a bad idea for them. If you think that you dint have enough potential of drawing or talent then this book is for you. There is no need for any experience require to learn the drawing. The only thing you need is dedication and that’s all you need.
How to Draw
by Scott Robertson, Thomas Bertling (Editor)
208 Pages · 2013 · 19.7 MB · 2 Downloads · New!
“How to Draw: drawing and sketching objects and environments from your imagination” is a great book for anyone who is interested in drawing. Artists, architects, and designers can polish their drawing skills with this awesome step-by-step guide. Scott Robertson is the guy behind this book. Scott has almost two decades of experience teaching how to design, draw, and render. He has worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from vehicle and alien designs to theme park attractions. In this book, he shares some techniques and tips through which artists can boost their creativity. It is also useful to the novice, the student and the professional. The book does a pretty good job introducing the fundamentals of drawing. It enables readers to learn how to draw any object or environment from imagination, starting with the most basic perspective drawing skills. Its early chapters explain how to draw accurate perspective grids and ellipses that in later chapters provide the foundation for more complex forms. The research and design processes used to generate visual concepts are demonstrated, making it much easier for readers to draw things never-before-seen. In summary, this book is indispensable for anyone who wants to learn, or teaches others, how to draw.
The Realism Challenge
by Mark Crilley
160 Pages · 2015 · 18 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Realism Challenge is the designs and arts guide which shares the different tips and techniques to become a fine artist. Mark Crilley is the guy behind this informative book. The author has the experience to stun other with his art performance and running YouTube channel. Now, readers will ready to learn the use of white gouache, watercolours and coloured pencils to generate the astonishing designs of everyday items. The author composed the guide on thirty lessons and all of them are there for something new. It makes sure the students will learn each and everything. The book takes you from beginner level to expert and makes sure you are getting everything properly as meant to be. You will learn the perfect use of drawing elements which further processes the hyper-realistic recreations of the items you wanted to create. You can make outstanding results and make your customers satisfies.  The author shares the secrets of doing the neat and cleaning processes. You will learn about the various things which include drop shadows and things like that. This is the perfect time to an expert on adding highlights, essential artistic techniques and create the things from light to dark. The book is a masterpiece by the author which makes every beginner’s expert. You can also Download But What If We’re Wrong by Chuck Klosterman PDF.
How to Draw Cool Stuff
by Catherine Holmes
240 Pages · 2015 · 11 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “How to Draw Cool Stuff: Shading, Textures and Optical Illusions “ is an excellent book for people who are beginning to drawing and for people who have been drawing for a long time. Catherine Holmes is the author of this book. It is the second book in the How to Draw Cool Stuff series. Inside you will find simple illustrations that cover the necessities of drawing cool stuff. Specific exercises are provided that offer step-by-step guidelines for drawing a variety of subjects. Each lesson starts with an easy-to-draw shape that will become the basic structure of the drawing. From there, each step adds elements to that structure, allowing the artist to build on their creation and make a more detailed image. Starting with the basic forms, the artist is provided with a guide to help see objects in terms of simplified shapes. Instructions for shading to add depth, contrast, character and movement to a drawing are then covered. The varieties of texture and pattern that can be included in an artwork offer another layer of interest and depth to a design. These elements are necessary to indicate the way something looks like it feels in a work (texture) or creating the repetition of shapes, lines or colours (patterns). Illustrated optical illusions involve images that are sensed and perceived to be different from what they really are, showing examples of how the mind and the eyes can play tricks on each other. All you need is a piece of paper, a pencil and an eraser and you are ready to draw cool stuff. Once the drawing is complete, it can be coloured, shaded or designed in any way you like to make it original. In short, this is a very helpful book for the beginning artist. You can also Download Elements of Style by Erin Gates PDF.
Figure Drawing
by Michael Hampton
240 Pages · 2015 · 42 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “Figure Drawing: Design and Invention” is perfect for understanding the shapes of the body, anatomy and gesture drawing. Michael Hampton is the author of this book. This awesome book shows the best way to improve your structure and anatomy. It emphasizes a simplified understanding of surface anatomy, in order to clarify the mechanics of the figure, facilitate invention, and ultimately create a skill-set that can be successfully applied to other media. In addition, this book focuses very strongly on practical usage, making sure the artist is able to assimilate the steps presented here into a cohesive working process. This book explains the shapes, forms, connections, and almost all of the visible anatomy of the human body whether male or female. And it won’t bore you to tears. Included are great sketches to aid you along the way. The book provides a solid foundation that you can really grow your imagination and drawings from. Michael Hampton’s method takes a great deal of the mystery out of figure drawing. He presents a step by step approach to gesture, form, construction and anatomy that if studied diligently enough will improve your figure work or at the very least gives you an interesting alternative approach. We highly recommend this book to anyone seriously willing to work at improving their figure drawing. You can also Download How to Draw Cool Stuff by Catherine V Holmes PDF.
Figure Drawing for All it’s Worth
by Andrew Loomis
208 Pages · 2015 · 24 MB · 2 Downloads · New!
The “Figure Drawing for All it’s Worth” answers just about any question about how to draw the figure. Andrew Loomis is the author of this book. It’s a great book by a great artist. If you are interested in the old school,pre-digital and appreciate the classic methods, it is for you. It includes advice on perspective and how to use multiple figures in a composition. No quick and easy fixes here, just very thorough and detailed information geared toward realistic renderings. Don’t let the cover fool you. Although there are quite a few examples of drawing nudes, the author really does go to great lengths in explaining all elements of drawing at a professional level. Loomis starts off with very basic examples anyone can follow and carefully guides the student in ever-more advancing techniques. Perspective, anatomy, gestures, body types, materials used, are all well-explained in this classic black and white book. Many tips on what magazine and advertising editors are looking for when you are trying to sell your work. This was originally written in the 1940’s, but has been reprinted and is still in demand by serious students. You can also Download Figure Drawing by Michael Hampton PDF.