Wildlife Sketching: Pen, Pencil, Crayon and Charcoal

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Courier Corporation, Apr 25, 2012 - Art - 256 pages
For every artist who longs to capture the beauty of nature on paper, here is clear, concise instruction on creating true-to-life drawings. Author Frank Lohan, an experienced teacher, stresses perceptive study and analysis. His numerous examples illustrate how to discover the underlying geometric shapes of natural subjects, and they show how to develop sketches that form the basis of realistic compositions.
Beginning and advanced artists as well as wildlife enthusiasts will appreciate these 600 images of birds, flowers, trees, animals, reptiles, and amphibians. Step-by-step methods, explained in simple terms, offer guidance on selecting tools and materials; creating perspective drawings; employing pencil, pen, and charcoal techniques; and other approaches.
 

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User Review  - mausmenace1 - Overstock.com

I found the book to be very informational and easy to follow for an amateur like myself. The drawings are also very detailed and great for those who would like to just draw animals and dont have the time to find them in the wild. I greatly enjoyed the book. Read full review

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