- Tapa blanda: 64 páginas
- Editor: Dover Children's (28 de marzo de 2003)
- Colección: Dover How to Draw
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0486429016
- ISBN-13: 978-0486429014
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº957.586 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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How to Draw Faces (Dover How to Draw) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 28 mar 2003
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Easy-to-follow guide with step-by-step diagrams makes it a snap to learn the basics of sketching the human face. By combining circles, ovals, and other shapes, would-be cartoonists can create 30 realistic portraits of young girls modeling a variety of hairstyles, boys in baseball hats, curly-headed babies, older folks, and more.
Biografía del autor
Barbara Soloff Levy has created over two dozen "How to Draw" guides for Dover, plus many other activity books. Since retiring from her job as an elementary school art teacher, she devotes much of her time thinking up new ideas for this popular series.
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Instead, it's a book with page after page of "demo" faces with blank pages in between for you to copy them on. There are no guides, there are no tips, there are no instructions, save for a brief note--on the copyright page, no less--that tells you how to divide the face into sections. That's it! That's all the help you get. The faces themselves are extremely simplified line drawings. There are no tips on shading, or adding shadows or highlights, or adding color. No tips on how to draw mouths or noses or eyes or hair. Just many pages of super-quick line drawings and no step-by-step instructions.
Plus, all the faces are very similar, as another reviewer pointed out. The eyes are all a bit droopy, and the features are unrealistic--rather cartoonish.
I bought this for my eleven-year-old sister who is an extremely talented budding artist. It might help her to some degree, since she tends to ignore the instructions and simply copy the finished drawing. But I was hoping for something that would be a little more useful in the long run. Something that would encourage good drawing habits and actually -teach- her how to draw faces better.
I can't recommend "How to Draw Faces" at all, but if you're looking for a good art book for kids, I highly recommend Art for Kids: Drawing: The Only Drawing Book You'll Ever Need to Be the Artist You've Always Wanted to Be. It doesn't focus on faces or people, but it does give excellent lessons on how to draw what you see, with simplistic instructions on drawing shape and form, shadows and highlights, perspective, and so on. My sister has learned a great deal from it, even with just the few lessons we've been able to go over together.
In addition, the faces are all poorly drawn and offer no real instructions. Every face only shows three steps with no text like on the cover... My 8 year old can already draw faces just as well as these and wont get anything out of this book at all. I will be returning it immediately.