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Draw: A Graphic Guide to Life Drawing

David Hedderman

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AMMONITE PRESS
01 August 2017
Art & Architecture; Painting & art manuals
Part of the infographic 4-Letter Word series, each containing 4 chapters to teach how to PLAN, MAKE, PLAY and GROW. The words are kept to a minimum as an expert author employs illuminating and entertaining illustrations, infographics, charts, tips and cheat-sheets, to guide you through all the essentials you need to discover and develop your new craft. DRAW is a complete, but easy to study, course in sketching and drawing - the perfect handbook for the aspiring artist. In a series of simple but beautifully illustrated steps, and with a focus on drawing the human form, our expert author describes and demonstrates all the essentials and more. You will discover how to PLAN your studies and plot your equipment; how to observe and understand proportion, and MAKE your first sketches; how to PLAY with different materials and techniques to develop your own style; and how to GROW your drawing and sketching into a business, a mindful meditation, a sociable pastime or a lifelong passion. AUTHOR: David Hedderman lives and works in Berlin, where he runs the Atelier 3/4 Life Drawing classes. He has presented solo exhibitions in Berlin, exhibited at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, and won the Hennessy Craig Scholarship at the 185th RHA Annual Exhibition. 75 illustrations
By:   David Hedderman
Imprint:   AMMONITE PRESS
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 193mm,  Width: 145mm, 
ISBN:   9781781452806
ISBN 10:   1781452806
Series:   4-Letter Words
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   01 August 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

David Hedderman lives and works in Berlin, where he runs the Atelier 3/4 Life Drawing classes. He has presented solo exhibitions in Berlin, exhibited at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, and won the Hennessy Craig Scholarship at the 185th RHA Annual Exhibition.

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