How to Paint & Draw Motorcycles
How exactly does Eric Herrmann create the wonderful two-wheeled images that hang everywhere from bank lobbies to biker garages? Eric uses the first chapters to explain what he uses for paint, brushes, canvas, and why. The bulk of this book is made up of chapters built around a series of famous Eric Herrmann images. Find out where Eric found the inspiration for Dangerous, Wired or Crank'n, how he planned each image, ad how the image developed on canvas. Part biography and part hands-on how-to manual, Eric uses one chapter to document the creation of a painting, brush stroke by brush stroke. Sequential photos illustrate each step of the painting process. This great all-color book is both a must-have for Eric's fans, and a very useful teaching tool for aspiring artists. Author Eric Herrmann resides in the Phoenix, Arizona area. Herrmann and his gallery are featured in the photo below.
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