Learn how to draw accurately - whether to make realistic finished drawings or to create a solid foundation for painting.
Whatever stage you're at with your drawing or painting, this book will quickly help you develop your artistic ability. You'll learn the essential skills that will become second nature and that you will use time and time again in all your work.
With over 300 illustrations and clear explanations and instructions, you'll soon realise that perspective isn't difficult to learn after all and this alone will bring immediate results in your work. You'll also learn about materials, line and tone, light and shade, composition, texture and there's a large section of hints and tips which will improve your drawing even further.
William McLean Kerr has been drawing and painting for over 40 years and has taught art to a wide range of students in schools, further education and private workshops. His career has included several years in television as a graphic designer and illustrator and several years running a graphic design consultancy. He has worked as a professional artist and illustrator from his studio on the west coast of Scotland since 1996 and his original paintings and prints are held in collections as far afield as the USA and Australia.
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Ptarmigan Print; 1st edition (9 April 2010)
Product Dimensions: 29 x 20.6 x 1.4 cm
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