- Tapa blanda: 224 páginas
- Editor: North Light Books (26 de junio de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1600614582
- ISBN-13: 978-1600614583
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The Big Book of Realistic Drawing Secrets: Easy Techniques for Drawing People, Animals, Flowers and Nature (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 26 jun 2009
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This is the book that can teach anyone to draw (yes, even you!)
If you're not getting the kind of true-to-life results you want in your drawings (or if you can't even draw a straight line), Carrie and Rick Parks can help. As award-winning teachers, they have a proven game plan for helping artists of all levels overcome common problems and see immediate improvement in their work. As professional composite artists, they know the tricks and tools for achieving incredibly lifelike results. In this friendly, foolproof guide to drawing, they share it all:
- Easy-to-master techniques for achieving a convincing sense of depth
- How to draw challenging textures like metal and fur
- Putting personality into your portraits
- 40+ step-by-step demonstrations featuring a variety of people, animals and nature
Biografía del autor
Carrie Stuart Parks has been a professional artist since 1976 and a forensic artist since 1981. She is the author of Secrets to Drawing Realistic Faces, Secrets to Realistic Drawing and Secrets to Drawing Realistic Children. Rick Parks, who co-authored Secrets to Realistic Drawing and Secrets to Drawing Realistic Children, spent thirteen years in forensic art for the FBI in Washington DC. He and Carrie formed Stuart Parks Forensic Associates in 1988.
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This book delivers. and it didn't really take that long. mind you I have been draw (more cartoon, more comic book type stuff) for a long time. and there was a wall, there was a learning curve. It's wasn't easy by no means. but within a few weeks, and a few failed attempts, I really feel like I was drawing realistically. and I was really impressed with myself.
The book implores that you do the easier exercises before you move on to the more advanced stuff, no matter how good you think you are and they are right. I tried skipping and failed, fell on my face and it wasn't pleasant. But I went back and took the first few exercises seriously. and I really found them helpful. still wasn't great it took a few turns at practice. But once I got it, I got it.
and let me tell you I tried for years to learn on my own or a few other books. and I never got the results I had with this book. I honestly gave up on this book like I did my other tries at drawing realistically. But I broke that wall finally.
even if this isn't your style and or your like me who is studying animation and works in comics. still I'd get this book. style and dynamics you might have to learn some where else but drawing realistically, drawing from observation. this is your book. at least it was for me.
The author does a great job of explaining her techniques from start to finish. The book goes from basic concepts like shading a ball, to using advanced tools I've never even heard of before like electric erasers and french curves! The depth and breadth of the instruction she's able to take you through in these pages is amazing, and has expanded my view of something as "simple" as a pencil sketch.
While this book does take you from beginning to end, I would set it at a slightly higher level than "beginner." For some reason, art books are always marketed at people who have never drawn in their entire lives. Every art book is a beginner book if you read the back. Realistically, the author makes a decent number of assumptions about your experience with art and the types of techniques you may have already tried on your own or in a class. And the level goes from beginner to advanced very quickly.
I also felt that the book focuses overly much on portraits. I think portraits are extremely difficult and interesting, and are a great subject to cover in detail when you're talking about realistic drawing. However, there was almost no attention covered on other components. One page, and two paragraphs, cover fabric. One or two pages on backgrounds. A few objects or images based on pets. And that's about it. It makes sense to me that the authors are primarily portrait artists, but for a general book on drawing it seemed to be a bit lacking in other areas.
Overall, despite my critiques, I highly recommend this book. If you're a true beginner, don't be afraid to pick it up - but be warned that it may take you a long time to get to the level of the examples shown. If you're a mid-level artist trying to improve your skills, please check it out! You'll find an extraordinary amount of knowledge and experience on the best ways to make your drawings more realistic.