Drawing on the Go People

Drawing on the Go  People Author Barbara Soloff Levy
ISBN-10 9780486488820
Release 2012-05
Pages 60
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It's easy to draw people of all shapes and sizes in three or four easy steps. Follow these helpful diagrams to create readily recognizable cartoon-style images of 30 lively subjects.

Drawing on the Go Lots of Things

Drawing on the Go  Lots of Things Author Barbara Soloff Levy
ISBN-10 9780486479453
Release 2010-12
Pages 60
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Simple, step-by-step diagrams -- and blank practice pages -- make it easy for youngsters to sketch basic likenesses of fruit, fish, animals, and other fun subjects. 30 easy lessons.

Drawing People

Drawing People Author Barbara Bradley
ISBN-10 9781440317262
Release 2003-10-13
Pages 176
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Draw Natural and Believable Clothed Figures In Drawing People, award-winning illustrator and instructor Barbara Bradley provides all the information you need to render clothed human figures with energy, detail and control. Bradley begins by teaching the basics of any drawing, including proportion, perspective and value. Next, you'll learn how to overcome the special challenges posed by clothing, including fabric folds and draping effects. Bradley illustrates how they're constructed and how to draw them in different situations - on male and female figures that are active or at rest. These reliable, proven drawing techniques will add a natural feel to your art, resulting in figures that look as if they could walk, run or dance right off the page.

Drawing on the Go Under the Sea

Drawing on the Go  Under the Sea Author Barbara Soloff Levy
ISBN-10 9780486488837
Release 2012-04
Pages 60
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Developing artists of all ages can follow these step-by-step illustrations to create 31 realistic likenesses of the angelfish, clownfish, lobster, catfish, frog, Great White shark, and other creatures.

Talking Drawing Writing

Talking  Drawing  Writing Author Martha Horn
ISBN-10 9781571104564
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 252
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Starting with the child's natural language, drawing, and storytelling abilities, offers lessons organized around such topics as writing words, introducing booklets, and assessment.

Drawing and Painting People

Drawing and Painting People Author Jeff Blocksidge
ISBN-10 9781581809817
Release 2007-10-09
Pages 192
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A visual resource on the subject of drawing and painting people in classic portrait poses and environmental settings provides step-by-step instruction that the novice artist can use to get started and intermediate artists can use for tips on improving their work. Original. 10,000 first printing.

Draw Real People

Draw Real People Author Lee Hammond
ISBN-10 9781440321900
Release 1996-03-15
Pages 80
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Having trouble drawing a nose that looks like a nose? In this step-by-step guide, Lee Hammond will teach you how to draw realistic-looking portraits of your favorite people—more easily than you ever thought possible. Really! The secret is in the blending: With pencil and paper, Lee shows you how to create gradual, smooth shadings of light and dark to replicate the subtle contours of skin…and how to use these simple shading techniques to make any shape look three-dimensional. After you've got the basics down, you'll see how to draw every part of the face. It's made easy by looking at each feature as simple, interlocking shapes, then adding the right highlights and shadows. In no time, you'll be drawing realistic noses, mouths, eyes, ears…even facial expressions. Then you'll see how to put all those features together to create an expressive portrait that actually looks like your subject! Step-by-step demonstrations guide you all the way.

Drawing Closer to God

Drawing Closer to God Author Dianne Neal Matthews
ISBN-10 1441213260
Release 2010-10-01
Pages 384
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The Bible is full of questions asked by God, Jesus, ordinary people, Satan, and even a donkey. Some are questions that we've wrestled with but have been reluctant to voice. Others are asked to comfort, to convict, or to reinforce spiritual principles. Drawing Closer to God examines 365 of these questions to uncover biblical truth readers can apply personally to their lives. Each devotional concludes with a question designed to encourage reflection and prayer, leaving readers with practical takeaway and a renewed appreciation for God's Word.

Drawing and Painting People

Drawing and Painting People Author Emily Ball
ISBN-10 9781847977885
Release 2014-04-30
Pages 144
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Drawing and Painting People - A Fresh Approach is about confident and defiant art. Written by a practising artist and tutor, it contains inspiring examples, thought-provoking insights and practical advice about how to become more expressive and adventurous with your work. It is a book for people who are serious about painting and want to develop work that is personal and exceptional in quality. An unpretentious, non-academic approach to painting and drawing, which avoids 'painting by numbers' and offers strategies for independent working, building confidence and taking risks. Includes examples from notable artists and is superbly illustrated with colour paintings and black & white sketches.

Drawing on Difference

Drawing on Difference Author Mair Rees
ISBN-10 9781134733002
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 280
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This book reveals how art therapy can support and validate the emotional and mental health needs of people with learning difficulties. Case studies present work with adults and children with differing degrees of difficulty such as personality disorder, autism or severe learning difficulties and discuss the needs of people with learning difficulties who have experienced traumas such as rape or bereavement. Particular emphasis is placed on service evaluation and standards and on the client's personal experience. Contributors discuss practical, professional and political issues such as:- * the practical challenges of providing an art therapy service within and beyond the hospital setting * the similarities and differences between art therapy and other allied professions such as music and dramatherapy * clinical effectiveness and clinical supervision Drawing on Difference brings together for the first time discussion from leading professionals in this increasingly popular area of specialisation within psychotherapy.

Dare to Sketch

Dare to Sketch Author Felix Scheinberger
ISBN-10 9780399579561
Release 2017-09-19
Pages 160
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An inspirational, instructional, and visually stimulating guide to sketching and drawing. Dare to Sketch is filled with practical tips about which materials to use, a variety of subject matter ranging from easy to more challenging, and wisdom about overcoming creative blocks and fear of making mistakes. A whimsical beginner's guide to sketching, covering all of the important basics: what kind of notebook to buy, what drawing materials to use, ideas for subject matter, and daily exercises. Includes inviting, inspirational, and idiosyncratic tips (don't start on the first page of your sketchbook!), Dare to Sketch is gorgeously illustrated with the author's unique and contemporary art style.

Drawing Down the Moon

Drawing Down the Moon Author Margot Adler
ISBN-10 9781101549766
Release 2006-10-03
Pages 672
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Now fully revised-the classic study of Neo-Paganism Almost thirty years since its original publication, Drawing Down the Moon continues to be the only detailed history of the burgeoning but still widely misunderstood Neo- Pagan subculture. Margot Adler attended ritual gatherings and interviewed a diverse, colorful gallery of people across the United States, people who find inspiration in ancient deities, nature, myth, even science fiction. In this new edition featuring an updated resource guide of newsletters, journals, books, groups, and festivals, Margot Adler takes a fascinating and honest look at the religious experiences, beliefs, and lifestyles of modern America's Pagan groups.

Drawings of People by the Under 5s

Drawings of People by the Under 5s Author Maureen Cox
ISBN-10 9781135401665
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 121
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This work traces the development of the human figure in children's drawings, showing how children add to and alter their figures as they get older and more skilful. It discusses why children's drawings often seem so bizarre to adults, revealing what these figures tell as about the child's Intelligence Or Emotional Stability.; The Book Is Based In Examples From hundreds of children, but concentrates on a particular set of drawings gathered from one group of children attending a nursery. Also featured are drawings by children with learning difficulties, so that readers may see and learn from the different developmental patterns in the drawing of human figures. Additionally, the book makes comparisons of drawings by children in different cultures.

Drawing 1 Is Fun

Drawing 1 Is Fun Author Susie Hodge
ISBN-10 1902713044
Release 2000
Pages 150
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This title sets out to illustrate that drawing is not a special gift - everyone can draw - it's just a question of knowing how. The author reveals easy ways to develop skills and achieve results, while showing how quickly children can understand how to make their pictures more effective.

Drawing His People

Drawing His People Author Michael Spreng
ISBN-10 9781600341199
Release 2006-06-01
Pages 188
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Will the Church and the culture ever see revival again? This clear, two-part book, takes a serious look at how God truly draws his people to revival. (Practical Life)

Art of Drawing People

Art of Drawing People Author Debra Kauffman Yaun
ISBN-10 9781600580697
Release 2008-04-01
Pages 144
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Provides step-by-step instructions and illustrations for drawing realistic figures and portraits in different poses and with distinctive ethnic, age, and gender characteristics.

Drawing People for the Absolute Beginner

Drawing People for the Absolute Beginner Author Mark Willenbrink
ISBN-10 9781440330216
Release 2014-06-20
Pages 128
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Yes, you can! Known for their friendly, focused, you-can-do-it approach to teaching art, Mark and Mary Willenbrink show beginning artists how to draw people in a realistic style. Inside you'll find everything you need to succeed, from how to select and hold your pencils to expert instruction on drawing hands, clothing and figures in motion. This book steers you clear of common mistakes and brings clarity to even notoriously tricky concepts like perspective and values. While the human subject is wonderfully diverse, this book teaches an easy-to-learn approach that can be used to achieve accurate drawings every time. Thirteen complete figure drawing demonstrations show how. Start with a few lines to establish basic proportions, sketch in placement lines, then gradually develop details. Before you know it, you'll be drawing people of all ages, body types and personalities! This book makes it easy to get started. The quality of your results will encourage you to keep at it, building your skills and your confidence with every stroke. What's Inside: Tricks for ensuring accurate body proportions and feature placement in your drawings. Expert advice on drawing heads, hands, legs, clothes and more. 13 step-by-step demonstrations featuring a diversity of model types, lighting and poses.