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The Art and Science of Drawing: Learn to Observe, Analyze, and Draw Any Subject (Paperback)
Drawing is not a talent. It's a skill anyone can learn. This is the philosophy of drawing instructor Brent Eviston based on his more than twenty years of teaching. He has tested numerous types of drawing instruction from centuries old classical techniques to contemporary practices and designed an approach that combines tried and true techniques with innovative methods of his own. Now, he shares his secrets with this book that provides the most accessible, streamlined, and effective methods for learning to draw. Taking the reader through the entire process, beginning with the most basic skills to more advanced such as volumetric drawing, shading, and figure sketching, this book contains numerous projects and guidance on what and how to practice. It also features instructional images and diagrams as well as finished drawings that showcase Brent's creative work. With this book and a dedication to practice, anyone can learn to draw
About the Author
Brent Eviston is an award winning artist and instructor who has taught drawing for more than 20 years through art studios, schools and museums. In 2015 Brent created The Art & Science of Drawing, a series of online drawing courses. This bestselling series has helped more than a hundred thousand students learn to draw in more than 170 countries. Brent is also an exhibiting artist who uses drawing as a primary medium for creative experimentation. He lives in Bend, OR.