A fantastic compilation of Susie Hodge’s popular `How to Draw’ titles, instructing the reader on how to draw all aspects and variations of the human form. From features like hands and faces, through to different ages and people on the go, this invaluable guide breaks down the drawing process into easy steps. Well-known artist Susie Hodge shows how easy it is to use simple shapes to create professional-looking drawings of people.
This is a perfect book for budding artists wanting to learn how to draw the human form, and for the more experienced looking for a variety of subjects to inspire.
Over 130 step-by-step drawings
Fantastic selection of projects, from facial features to movement
Easy method with great results
|Dimensions||216 × 292 mm|
Susie Hodge has a passion for art education and has been teaching practical art and art history to children and adults for over 11 years. She has written and illustrated many books including "Art Attack" How to Draw, Drawing… is Fun! and many titles in the Art in History series. She also works for the Royal Academy, the Tate and the V&A museum to produce booklets for visitors, teachers and students. She lives in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.
Paperback / softback