Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain: The Definitive, 4th Edition
A revised edition of the classic bestselling how to draw book. A life-changing book, this fully revised and updated edition of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is destined to inspire generations of readers and artists to come.
Translated into more than seventeen languages, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is the world's most widely used instructional drawing book. Whether you are drawing as a professional artist, as an artist in training, or as a hobby, this book will give you greater confidence in your ability and deepen your artistic perception, as well as foster a new appreciation of the world around you. This revised/updated fourth edition includes:
• a new preface and introduction;
• crucial updates based on recent research on the brain's plasticity and the enormous value of learning new skills/ utilizing the right hemisphere of the brain;
• new focus on how the ability to draw on the strengths of the right hemisphere can serve as an antidote to the increasing left-brain emphasis in American life-the worship of all that is linear, analytic, digital, etc.;
• an informative section that addresses recent research linking early childhood "scribbling" to later language development and the importance of parental encouragement of this activity;
• and new reproductions of master drawings throughout
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Albrecht Dürer angles and proportions artist Basic Unit Bugs Bunny chair close one eye cognitive shift complex composition converge corpus callosum creative crosshairs cube drawing paper drawing skills eraser example exercise eye level eyelevel line face felttip marker Figure foreshortened format graphite hand head Horizon Line horizontal edges instructions John Singer Sargent learning to draw left brain left hemisphere lefthanded lights and shadows look measure mirror mode negative spaces nose Observe onepoint perspective painting pencil perceive perception perceptual skills perhaps person perspective drawing plastic picture plane portrait drawing positive forms preinstruction drawings problem Pure Contour Drawing relationships right brain right hemisphere righthanded Rmode selfportrait shape share edges shift sighting skills of drawing skull style symbols teaching things thinking threedimensional threequarter view tone twopoint upside Vanishing Point Vase/Faces verbal vertical viewfinder Vincent van Gogh visual visual perception