How To Draw Anything

September 21, 2019 - Comment

If you can write your name, you have enough touch to learn to draw. Let Mark Linley inspire you to pick up your pencil and create a magical masterpiece. His positive approach secures quick, accurate results and ever-growing confidence., Learn to look properly and get the basic outlines correct; include the key features but simplify

If you can write your name, you have enough touch to learn to draw. Let Mark Linley inspire you to pick up your pencil and create a magical masterpiece. His positive approach secures quick, accurate results and ever-growing confidence., Learn to look properly and get the basic outlines correct; include the key features but simplify what you see; understand how shading (such as dot stipple or cross-hatching) can transform a sketch; get the eye level right and see how a grid helps with the composition. Whatever you want to draw – a beautiful holiday scene, a lifelike portrait of your family or favourite pet, or even a funny cartoon to illustrate a birthday card – Mark Linley shows, in this new edition of his bestselling book, everything you need to succeed.

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Anonymous says:

The two drawings on the front cover are vastly superior to anything inside A book entitled “How to draw anything” written by someone who can’t draw. The two drawings on the front cover are vastly superior to anything inside.I would recommend “pen and ink drawing” by Alphonso Dunn and “Drawing A complete guide” by Giovanni Civardi although the latter particularly might seem daunting to the absolute beginner but contains good instruction and many fine drawings.

Anonymous says:

Excellent Good book for my level – never felt able to draw anything, and somewhat embarrassed by my attempts. Lots of copying which teaches technique and gives confidence. The book fades out a bit at the end into cartoons but the rest, especially landscapes, is excellent. I can now go on to more challenging work.

Anonymous says:

good for the beginner I liked the first half this book very much as I have decided to do something positive about my desire to draw/ paint landscapes. The confidence this book gave me to pick up the pencil and just do it was amazing. One cant learn to drive from the passenger seat and similarly one cannot learn to draw without actually doing it, so I was unsure how effective a book in one hand and a pencil in the other would be in getting me going. I liked the simple sketches and worked quite well with the examples…

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