The Encyclopedia of Illustration Techniques
Providing a strong foundation in basic techniques, this text offers a guide to the illustrator's craft. An A-Z directory covers all the various media and techniques used by the modern illustrator, with step-by-step demonstrations, and advice is offered on going professional.
- Hardback | 176 pages
- 226 x 226 x 22mm | 798.32g
- 13 Mar 1997
- Headline Publishing Group
- Headline Book Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
- colour photographs, colour illustrations, index
Table of contents
Part 1 Techniques: acrylic; airbrushing; brush drawing; charcoal; collage and mixed media; coloured pencils; colour-separated artwork; computer illustration; corrections; enlarging and scaling up; etching; gouache; line and wash; linework; linoleumcut and woodcut; markers; masking techniques; pastels; resist techniques; scrapeboard; tracing and transferring; watercolour; wood engraving. Part 2 Going professional: briefs and contract terms; preparation, research, sources; roughs and visuals; delivery; choosig your market; the professional portfolio. Part 3 Themes: children's illustration; conceptual; environment; food and drink; human and animal; technical illustration.