How To Draw: Drawing And Sketching Objects And Environments From Your Imagination
  • How To Draw: Drawing And Sketching Objects And Environments From Your Imagination
  • How To Draw: Drawing And Sketching Objects And Environments From Your Imagination
  • How To Draw: Drawing And Sketching Objects And Environments From Your Imagination
ISBN: 1933492732
EAN13: 9781933492735
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 15, 2013
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 1.2" H x 11.1" L x 9" W
Weight: 2.45 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

How to Draw is for artists, architects and designers. It is useful to the novice, the student and the professional. You will learn how to draw any object or environment from your imagination, starting with the most basic perspective drawing skills.


Early chapters explain how to draw accurate perspective grids and ellipses that in later chapters provide the foundation for more complex forms. The research and design processes used to generate visual concepts are demonstrated, making it much easier for you to draw things never-before-seen
Best of all, more than 25 pages can be scanned via a smartphone or tablet using the new Design Studio Press app, which link to video tutorials for that section of the book
With a combined 26 years of teaching experience, Scott Robertson and Thomas Bertling bring you the lessons and techniques they have used to help thousands of their students become professional artists and designers.
This book is indispensable for anyone who wants to learn, or teaches others, how to draw.

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   If you want to understand the fine details of perspective
Scott Robertson is an extremely talented concept and environment artist, no doubt. Pauley, Jr., said the book's title is "somewhat misleading." I expected a more general approach to drawing practice, but I received a book that covered some basic warm-up exercises followed by an in-depth perspective study that evolved into vehicle and architecture design, he said. If you want to understand the fine details of perspective, mirroring, vehicle design and architecture, this is the book for you. The warm-ups in this book are also great for any artist, it says.
 
5
   Definitive Text on Design and Illustration
Combined with his background in industrial design, I highly endorse this book as a valuable tool that should go on any artist, or aspiring artist's bookshelf.
 
5
   A Must Buy
Loaded with knowledge, Basquiat will do what no one else can. There are loads of supplementary materials available on the web for use with this book, too! Can't wait for Scott's next book! It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
5
   Definitely Recommended
I have yet to start drawing from this book but I went through each and every page and I have to say that this is amazing especially for a newbie in perspective like me. It shows how to attack perspective in a way that will allow your brain to take deep, logical leaps forward, he said. It's an easy read, and I'm sure anyone could follow and learn from this book.
 
5
   Probably one of the best books for studying more technical drawing (environments
One of the best books for students of all levels of technical drawing. I think this combination of classical and gestural techniques would yield good results, he said.
 
5
   very good quality, very good price
very good quality, very good price, arrived on time, well packaged, all information about the product was very good, thanks.
 
5
   Awesome book, it gets right to the point in ...
The book is a great introduction to how to draw what's in your head.
 
5
   The best book out there for learning how to draw with design in mind.
This book is an excellent source to really learn and understand the basic skills of drawing and how to apply this skill towards designing, said Paul LiCalsi. I got this book after hearing a recommendation from Feng Zhu. Drawing is just a hobby for me but I enjoy it much more now that I can produce tangible designs out of it. The book is well-constructed and printed on high quality paper, but there are some technical problems.
 
5
   Great for Shelf When You Need It
This book for me is a great reference for that day I have to draw the plane, car, or train. While I may not overfill this book daily or even monthly, having it means I know I have a reference for the more technical objects or scenery. The book is full of tips for creating volume, and out of this world designs and making them seem believable.
 
5
   Flipping Amazing!
The book is currently in the hands of the publisher. It is not designed to teach you how to render this, so if you are buying it expecting to learn how to render this is not the right book. I am an industrial design student and this book is just fantastic for learning technical drawing. I have a degree in design and had tones of rendering classes, but for what I do technical drawing is vitally important. Don't give this book a bad review because of your ignorance. Before you buy, make sure you read the book's description. Added video content is also worth well over the cover price of this book.
 
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