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How To Draw Anything

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  • Title: How To Draw Anything
  • Author: Mark Linley
  • ISBN: 9781899606009
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Author/artist Mark Linley believes that anyone can learn to draw and inspires everyone to pick up a pencil and create a work of art. Unlike many ‘how to draw’ books – those that provide step by step visual aids but no further insight – Linley goes into a lot more written detail.First of all an artist needs to be able to look properly. Without studying the subject or object properly, no one would be able to produce an accurate sketch. Starting with landscapes, Linley tells the reader how [...]


    2. It's not among the best art books that I have read, nor does it cover the elements in a masterful way, it's just a book to show you how fun and easy the process can be (if you're shooting for mediocre result). However, because my father bought me this book on my 16th birthday (along with a fancy pencil set) I rate it five stars. Forgive my bias judgement :O


    3. This book really helped me on my quest to properly draw. I used to copy everything I could possibly copy from this book from landscapes to cartoons. A great book to start off with when you're a young aspiring artist.


    4. Overall, there are some decent takeaways from this book but as a reader and a not-so-confident drawer, it got a little irritating that the author kept using the word "easy" when talking about drawing. Let's just say it was not the most effective way of encouraging someone to draw especially when we're not yet comfortable with our skill level. He also kept emphasizing in several chapters that one has to look in order to draw properly, but he did not expound on this concept much at all. It would'v [...]


    5. If you have this book in your local library. And there are none better, do spend time to copy a few suggested sketches.Otherwise, it is a waste of paper. Wordy. And a very unsure or untrained hand. Overall there is more text than drawing.And the title is misleading too. Anything?


    6. Really good book for a non drawing person ! easy to follow, pictures helped, enjoyed the excersises and explinations. This little book will become my bible.





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