A Complete Drawing Program. This newest edition to the Davis Studio Series is a visually dynamic and comprehensive resource covering all of today's drawing media. Students explore both realistic and expressive drawing techniques through stimulating hands-on studio opportunities, from basic to advanced levels. Special features include examples of master artworks, portfolio tips, drawing careers profiles, and step-by-step instruction.
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What Is Drawing?
The Purposes of Drawing
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