You'll Love Drawing Anthology Book If:
- You love discovering your own inspiration through the works of others
- You love art & are looking for a great coffee table book
- You love the Strokes of Genius series from Rachel Rubin Wolf
In this second offering from Strokes of Genius you’ll find 140 art examples of exciting drawings straight from the studio of artists working today. Rachel Rubin Wolf compiled this exclusive selection of beautiful drawings
. Within the pages you’ll find amazing portraits, landscapes, animals, portrait drawings, human figures and still life subjects. This edition of Strokes of Genius focuses on pieces that highlight the power of light and shadow in drawing.
With more than 100 artists feaured, Strokes of Genius 2 includes a wide range of styles! Hear from them as they discuss their techniques and their approach to art and drawing.
In Strokes of Genius 2 You’ll Find:
- Detailed & realistic images from working artists
- Contour drawings in a variety of medium including charcoal, pencil, color pencil, pastel and ink
- Journal sketches and gestures that provide a sneak peek into the process of professional artists
Hear From A Few of Our Featured Artists:
“In this portrait, I tried to restrict the focus to the most expressive areas of the body – the face and hands – leaving the remaining areas as simple lines. Capturing a glimpse of that off-hand look from my favorite model, my daughter, was an important part of this drawing. Keeping the light areas soft and unobtrusive made it very rewarding.” — Dennis Albetski
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“These works were both created in my studio over a period of weeks. For finished portraits, I let my interaction with the person solidify my psychological and emotional impressions, as well as use sketches and photos. When drawing from a photo or sketch, I get my best results if I have a fantastic reference to start with, observe it as I would a life reference and thoroughly understand the forms I am drawing. To help keep my decisions organized, I do the line drawing, value block-in and texture in separate stages.” — Kate Sammons