Drawing: Figures in Action

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Walter Foster Publishing, 1989 - Art - 32 pages
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When youĂre ready to approach movement in your artwork, Figures in Action can help! In this valuable guide, expert Andrew Loomis teaches you the basics of drawing the human figure in action using demonstrations that feature both male and female figures in a variety of poses. He provides a wealth of information for rendering the human form in motion, exploring ways of capturing movement and establishing lines of rhythm with helpful information on proportion and suggesting the ˘sweep÷ of the pose. The author explains a number of drawing methods, including point techniques and brush-and-spatter illusion. This comprehensive guide is a welcome addition to any artistĂs drawing reference library!

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User Review  - glotaylor38 - Overstock.com

Good reference book for all artists and anyone who is interested in getting the correct proportions in drawing paintingetc. Very basic and simple and clear to understand. The human body can be the hardest to get correctly. Excellent for a beginner Read full review

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