How To Draw Anything

How To Draw Anything

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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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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 126 x 194 x 22mm | 200g
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • Right Way
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 260 line drawings
  • 0716022230
  • 9780716022237
  • 3,445

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About Mark Linley

Mark Linley has been an art teacher for many years, running several very popular evening and holiday courses. As a health education graphic artist in Birmingham schools, he added a new dimension to the teaching of health education by encouraging children to learn while they draw.

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This book is cheap.It has 288 pages.Yeah,it looks all right,you think to yourself. It's not.All it shoes is the finished final drawing and the author talking about random rubbish: 'Give it a try!' he says. If you want a book that does not tell you how to draw,has rubbish black and white illustrations and horrible paper then this is the book for you.God,it's my favourite. *Note the sarcasm* Do the trees a favour and don't buy this more
by Deniz Birant