Discover 100 wonderful and majestic creatures to draw!
Whether you have your favourites already, or are looking for inspiration from a range of diverse habitats including rainforests, mountains, polar regions or the African savannah, you’re bound to discover an animal in this book that you will find irresistible – and you will just want to pick up your pencil and start drawing!
Each animal is broken down into three or four simple stages that lead you effortlessly through to the finished drawing. There are no written instructions to follow – just basic shapes and pencil strokes. Even if you’ve never drawn anything before, you will be amazed at how quickly you will achieve incredibly impressive drawings. Every project also shows two finished examples of the animal – one shaded with pencil and the other with colour.
This is the perfect book for budding artists yearning to draw their favourite animals.
The material in this book is taken from the following books in Search Press’s successful How to Draw series: Mountain Animals, Polar Animals, Rainforest Animals, African Animals.
|Dimensions||216 × 292 mm|
Susie Hodge has written over 100 books on art, art history and artistic techniques. In addition, she hosts lectures, talks and practical workshops, and regularly appears on television and radio, as well as in documentaries. She has twice been named the No. 1 art writer by The Independent.
For more information about Susie, visit her website http://www.susiehodge.com.
Jonathan Newey is an award-winning artist with extensive experience in many drawing and painting mediums including coloured pencil. He comes from a long line of artists and studied art and design at the London College of Printing. He is a City & Guilds qualified teacher and has over 20 years' experience of teaching in adult education. He has many drawings and paintings in collections both nationally and internationally and has demonstrated for most of the top manufacturers in the UK. Jonathan is an active promoter of the coloured pencil as a serious drawing medium and is a founder member of the UK Coloured Pencil Society.