The Artist's Handbook

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Dk Pub, 2009 - Art - 384 pages
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Fully restyled and revised for the twenty-first century artist. The Artist's Handbook is packed with information on the traditional art methods of drawing, painting, and printmaking together with significant modern art techniques such as digital photography, digital printing, and digital image manipulation. Encompasses all the tools, materials and skills of the artist's craft. This is the definitive reference guide for amateurs and proficient, conventional and progressive artists alike.

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The Complete Drawing & Painting Course is a fine but mysterious volume. It was originally published in Spain, and the authors are referred to only as "a team of experienced professionals ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jekloneo - Goodreads

So far? I haven't touched much of it, only the parts on lithography/printmaking. I'm not intending to read everything; I borrowed it from the library. I haven't finished it, actually. I skimmed ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Ray Smith is the author of "Cape Breton is the Thought-Control Centre of Canada, A Night at the Opera" (both available in Biblioasis Renditions), "Lord Nelson's Tavern, The Flush of Victory" (Biblioasis), and two other novels. He lives and writes in Mabou, Nova Scotia.

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