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This classic premise may unlock your talent! By first defining the basic shape of an object, such as a cube, cylinder, cone, or sphere, you can more easily draw and build it into a still-life, a landscape, or a figure.
Author — Rudy de Reyna.
Paperback. 176 pages. Includes 220 black-and-white illustrations. 7" × 10" (18 cm × 28 cm).
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I would recomend this product
from Westerville ,Oh
Comments about How to Draw What You See:
I was surprised how the lessens start out so simple but progress to more advanced drawing I have found one of the best drawing books for beginners
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Best Child Hood Art Book
By Manga Drawer V
from Los Angeles, CA
Back when I was little, I was with my father walking through the isles of Borders book store when i stumbled across this book. This book caught my eye with interest and as I flipped through it, I was amazed of by all the different subject and techniques it showed about pencil drawing that i never knew before(i'v added 2/3 pages of table of contents). Now that I'm older and more knowledgeable of drawing, i can see that its various instructions on how to draw are spot-on and just plain great. I'v
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