Every artist can use a bit a help in learning how to draw, particularly images that can be difficult. How to Draw, 21 lessons in 48 pages. All you need to get you well started on your artistic journey.
I have to admit, I have a couple of books in this series. How to Paint and How to Draw. But today I want to talk to you about the How to Draw book. 🙂
As I mentioned early, 21 lessons are included in this book, lessons that cover how to draw a variety of animals and vehicles, 8 lessons focus on various aspects of the human body, the remaining four lessons focus on cartoons.
One of the things I like is how the drawings look like they are in perspective, and directions are very clear about why you want to draw certain shapes to suit the object you are trying to draw, like a large plant eating dinosaur would have block-like limbs to hold him up, whereas an dinosaur built to run would have angular limbs and more circles where their joints would be.
Drawing a horse would use bigger circles and triangles with straight lines joining them. And cat would be circles, small squares and triangle eyes. It’s neat to watch it all come together, smoothing out the lines to form the sleek animals one sees around them.
I have been told that drawing people is hard (and coming from someone who draws stick figure people I believe it). So having eight pages of different ways to draw people is an important part to have in a book.
How would you draw a football player?
But if you learn to draw the lines and the circles so that you can fill in the rest, don’t you think it would make it easier to draw a person? I look at these drawings and I think… even “I” could learn how to do that! What do you think? Could you learn to do that too?
How to Draw
Author: Helen Webster
Type: Art Book, softcover
Series: How to
Where to find:
Amazon.ca: How to Draw
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