You’ll Love This Drawing Book If:
- You love art & want to learn how draw
- You want strengthen your drawing skills with exercises, demonstrations and techniques
- You love drawing landscapes, animals, portraits or still life
Great for beginners, How to See, How to Draw artists of all skill levels can learn how to draw a wide variety of subjects such as portraits, landscapes, animals and still life. Drawing exercises, demonstrations and techniques will help you strengthen your eye-hand coordination and teach you how to see like an artist. Claudia Nice brings her many years of drawing experience to the pages of this book, showing you how to draw textures, shapes and shadows accurately, preparing you to draw a wide range of subjects.
With your newfound powers of observation you’ll be able to draw with great skill and observation. Challenge yourself with these great drawing methods and techniques. Step-by-step you’ll learn new ways to draw!
In How to See, How to Draw You’ll Learn:
- How to strengthen your observation powers and eye-hand connection
- Tips and techniques for how to observe lines & shapes, create compositions when drawing a variety of subjects
- How to avoid and overcome common drawing issues and problems
A Word From the Author:
"This book is for those who wish to develop their representational drawing skills. Just as young children learn to create the alphabet letters, I believe that drawing skills can be taught and improved upon through practice. It’s true that not all children go on to develop legible handwriting. Some become careless, content with whatever flows from their hand. Others just say ’I can’t do better,’ when their early handwriting was just fine. Then there are those who would rather interpret the alphabet letters in their own manner — the abstract hand writers. Adults who have beautiful handwriting are not born with it; they develop it and maintain it with practice and discipline. So it is with drawing skills." — Claudia Nice
What Our Editor’s Are Saying:
"Author Claudia Nice is a key author for North Light, and she's also done dozens of books for us over the past twenty years or so. She has a wonderful, clear way of teaching and explaining her processes to readers, and this book on the core topic of drawing is one of her best, I think." — Pamela Wissman, Senior Content Director, North Light Books
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