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|Author||: Woo! Jr.|
|Editor||: Woo! Jr.|
A Children's Drawing Book for Creative Kids This bestselling step-by-step drawing guide is essential for all kids! With 365 things to draw for every day of the year, kids will be entertained while learning a new skill. The Drawing Book for Kids makes learning how to draw easy! Turn creativity into ability. The activities in The Drawing Book for Kids book help kids turn their love of drawing into skill. With tips on how to draw, easy techniques, and tons of ideas, soon they will be able to take their creativity to a new level. If your kids are fascinated by art, sketching, or just want to learn how to draw cute illustrations, this book provides easy drawing ideas step-by-step! A step by step drawing guide for every interest. Whether you're looking for gifts for girls who want to learn how to draw cute things, or boys who love cartoon drawing, this book is filled with possibilities. It contains 365 things to draw every day for an entire year--animals, objects, food, plants, vehicles, sports, holiday symbols, and more. Every activity is like a mini lesson in art for kids, broken down into simple steps so that all budding artists can create a masterpiece. With easy instructions for step-by-step drawing, kids can turn their creativity into artistic confidence. Inside, kids will find step-by-step drawing instructions and learn to draw things like: Objects in nature like animals, trees, waterfalls, leaves, and flowers Guitars, pianos, harps, and other musical instruments Sporty items like footballs, tennis rackets, and baseball gloves Robots, mythical creatures, holidays, cartoons, people, and more! If you're looking for easy drawing books, children's drawing books or step by step drawing books for kids 9-12 or 6-8--like How to Draw Cute Stuff or How To Draw Almost Everything for Kids--you'll love The Drawing Book for Kids.
|Author||: Sarah Simblet|
|Editor||: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)|
Helping you develop your drawing talents, the author offers step-by-step instructions for forms right from still life to architecture. She takes you through the basics to more advanced techniques. She covers a range of techniques from quick pencil sketches to finished colour studies.
|Author||: Kathryn Temple|
|Editor||: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated|
Contains hands-on activities to teach basic elements including shading techniques and creating perspective.
|Author||: Andrew Loomis|
|Editor||: Titan Books (US, CA)|
The illustrator Andrew Loomis (1892-1959) is revered among artists - including comics superstar Alex Ross - for his mastery of figure drawing and clean, Realist style. His hugely influential series of art instruction books have never been bettered, and Figure Drawing is the first in Titan's programme of facsimile editions, returning these classic titles to print for the first time in decades.
|Author||: Blank Books N Journals|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
Blank Drawing Book : 100 Page Large A4 8.5" x 11" size, perfect clean, crisp white paper for all your drawing and art work. Suitable for most media including pencils, pens, acrylics and light felt tipped pens. Order your Blank Drawing Book journal today. It makes the perfect gift for kids and students.
|Author||: Angela Rizza|
|Editor||: Rockridge Press|
Elevate your drawing skills with this easy guide for teens Are you a budding artist who wants to take your artwork to the next level? This book is everything drawing books for teens should be, providing the tools and techniques to tackle 20 detailed drawings--from start to finish--in just 8 simple steps. Practice basic and next-level drawing skills such as shading, proportion, and adding fine details. Sketch your way through easy, step-by-step lessons with drawing projects ranging from modern still life to detailed portraits and finally photorealistic drawings. Find artist tips and prompts to help spark your imagination, discover your own personal style, and capture the world around you. Fundamentals of drawing--Build your art skills with tutorials on shading, proportion, finishing techniques, coloring, and more. Awesome art projects--From a Colorful Dragon to a Crawling 3D Spider, wow your friends with 20 fun and elaborate projects you won't find in other drawing books for teens. Space to create--Find inspiration for your own drawings with engaging prompts and plenty of blank pages just waiting to be filled with your creativity. If you're looking for drawing books for teens but aren't sure where to start, this easy guide will help any budding artist bring their drawings to life.
|Author||: Ralph Masiello|
|Editor||: Charlesbridge Publishing|
This easy-to-follow guide makes it simple for robot lovers and aspiring artists alike to learn how to draw robots. In step-by-step illustrations, beloved author/illustrator Ralph Masiello shows kids how to use circles, ovals, and other shapes build the body of a basic robot. Then it's off to the warehouse for spare parts where artists can use dials, switches, and antennae to make their design one of a kind. Bonus challenge steps show artists how to add claws, armor, and other fantastic features. The simple shapes and sequenced steps will encourage both confidence and creativity for artists at any level.
|Author||: Seymour Simmons III|
By applying philosophical and historical perspectives to drawing instruction, this volume demonstrates how diverse teaching methods contribute to cognitive and holistic development applicable within and beyond the visual arts. Offering a new perspective on the art and science of drawing, this text reveals the often-unrecognized benefits that drawing can have on the human mind, and thus argues for the importance of drawing instruction despite, and even due to contemporary digitalization. Given the predominance of visual information and digital media, visual thinking in and through drawing may be an essential skill for the future. As such, the book counters recent declines in drawing instruction to propose five Paradigms for teaching drawing – as design, as seeing, as experience and experiment, as expression, and as a visual language – with exemplary curricula for pre-K12 art and general education, pre-professional programs across the visual arts, and continuing education. With the aid of instructional examples, this volume dispels the misconception of drawing as a talent reserved for the artistically gifted and posits it as a teachable skill that can be learned by all. This text will be of primary interest to researchers, scholars, and doctoral students with interests in drawing theory and practice, cognition in the arts, positive psychology, creativity theory, as well as the philosophy and history of arts education. Aligning with contemporary trends such as Design Thinking, STEAM, and Graphicacy, the text will also have appeal to visual arts educators at all levels, and other educators involved in arts integration.
|Author||: Hugo Chapman,Stacey Sell|
|Editor||: Princeton University Press|
From the Middle Ages to the present, master draftsmen have used the technique of metalpoint to create some of the most beautiful and technically accomplished drawings in the history of art. Drawing in Silver and Gold examines the history of this evocative medium, in which a metal stylus is used on a specially prepared surface to create lines of astonishing delicacy. This beautifully illustrated book examines the practice of metalpoint over six centuries, in the work of artists ranging from Leonardo, Dürer, and Rembrandt to Otto Dix and Jasper Johns. A team of authors—curators, conservators, scientists—address variations in technique across time and between different schools, incorporating new scientific analysis, revealing patterns of use, and providing a rare demonstration of the medium's range and versatility. They reappraise famous metalpoints of the Renaissance and shed new light on infrequently studied periods, such as the seventeenth century and the Victorian silverpoint revival. A new examination of an exquisite but not thoroughly understood medium, Drawing in Silver and Gold offers fresh interpretations of a practice central to the history of drawing and will serve as the most authoritative reference on metalpoints for years to come. Exhibition schedule: National Gallery of Art - http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/exhibitions/2015/leonardo-to-jasper-johns.html, May 3–July 26, 2015 The British Museum, September 10–December 6, 2015
|Author||: Kateri Ewing|
|Editor||: Quarry Books|
Discover your unique inner artist through 21 intuitive, process-based lessons in drawing with graphite pencil, colored pencil, and ink—then joyfully share your works of beauty with the world. In Drawing Is for Everyone, artist Kateri Ewing—author of Look Closer, Draw Better and Watercolor Is for Everyone—guides you through a series of simple creative drawing projects using a soulful, meditative, and reflective process. Whether you’re drawing for the first time or are an experienced artist, you’ll discover and deepen your creative potential through these exercises, because everyone can make art. Each lesson includes two art pieces, one to keep, and then a smaller one, such as a postcard or mini painting, to share or send out into the world, to spread their color, creativity, and joy in new places. With Drawing Is for Everyone, you can learn how to build a daily drawing practice and how to set intentions and create, even if you have just 10 minutes a day. The projects draw inspiration from poetry, music, literature, and the natural world, and invite experimentation with a variety of sources. You'll pursue your personal passions through accessible projects as you build your drawing skills, confidence, and creativity.
|Author||: Fiona Watt|
This fun and stylish book is full of exciting things to doodle. Add beaks and hats to penguins, dials and lights to robots, patterns and tongues to snakes, and lot's lot's more.
|Author||: Eddie Reynolds|
This inviting draw-in book is filled with drawing activities to help soothe busy minds and shrink down worries. The activities include mindful drawing to bring your focus to the here and now, soothing shading and other art techniques, and ways to use your imagination to make worries feel small. Unworry Drawing was written with the help of a child psychologist, who uses drawing every day to help children work through unwelcome thoughts and feelings.
|Author||: Daniel Marcus Mendelowitz|
"Drawing" presents its subject as an independent, major, art form -- one of the oldest mods of artistic expression, rediscovered in our generation as a delight for connoisseurs and as an exciting discipline for practicing artists. With 330 reproductions of the finest examples, in black and white and full color, to illustrate his text, Professor Mendelowitz examines those special characteristics that make a "drawing," and analyzes an immense range of master drawings both within the context of their historical development and in relation to the elements and principles of line, value, form, texture, and media. In a final chapter the author presents a unique and altogether challenging inquiry into the role the imagination plays in catalyzing the appreciation of drawing and expression in this form. -- From publisher's description.
|Author||: Warren Blackadder|
This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to identify drawing requirements, preparing engineering drawings and an engineering parts list, and issuing the drawings. Drawings include 2-D drawings to Australian Standard (AS) 1100.101-1992 Technical drawing - General principles. This unit is suitable for those working within a drafting work environment where most specifications required for the drawing are already determined. Specifications may be obtained from design information, customer requirements, sketches and preliminary layouts. Drawings will usually be carried out with the use of computer-aided design (CAD) systems but may also be done manually. Drawings are produced to AS 1100.101-1992 Technical drawing - General principles, from predetermined critical dimensions and specifications. A CD with exercise templates is available by contacting email@example.com for $10 plus postage.