Barron's Educational Series, Oct 15, 2003 - Art - 96 pages
The pocket-size books in this instructive series cover virtually every aspect of the graphic arts and make handy quick-reference guides for art students, teachers, and museum visitors. They are heavily illustrated in color and filled with descriptive and instructional information. The books fall into four categories: Purple Series titles explain art media and techniques; Red Series books describe different genres and visual effects; Green Series books illustrate art tools and theory; and Yellow Series titles survey periods and movements in art history. This Red Series title explains in detail the principles of cartoon drawing in a variety of media, with examples demonstrating ways of showing facial expressions, sketching clothing as an indicator of occupation and social standing, suggesting motion, and much more.
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Acrylic paints Anthony Garner appear applied areas arms and legs artist basic Body Language Caricature cartoons character's characteristic colored pencils Coloring Techniques commonly Composing the Human Conceptual drawing contrast Correction fluid create dark depicted develop doodle emphasize engravings erased exaggerated face facial expression facial features Factors in Humorous finish Francisco de Goya Frottage genre gouache graphite grotesque hand head highlight Honore Daumier human body human figure humorous drawing Humorous illustration Humorous Representation Illustration by Anthony Illustration by Montse Illustration by Sergi images important India ink ink drawings involves James Gillray light lines Marilyn Monroe medium metal nib models Montse Asensio Museum nineteenth century opaque outline ovals painter perspective Physical Distortion portraits possible posters produce realistic represent Rules for Physical Satirical Illustration Sergi Camara shades shadow shape Studying the Character surface Technical pens texture transparent Ukiyo-e washes William Hogarth Winston Churchill