Drawing Mentor 15, Fantasy Drawing Ii
by Sarah Bowles /
2017 / English / PDF
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Anyone can draw all it takes is a pencil, paper and a little practice. The Drawing Mentor series of books breaks down drawing into simple easy to understand subjects. Each lesson is filled with detailed explanations, examples and exercises. Volume 15 is an advanced lesson that uses skills developed in previous lessons to do a finished drawing of a werewolf. This lesson explores the process of researching humans and animals to produce imaginary creatures by combining their features it also introduces the reader to the concept of foreshortening. A detailed example with step by step instructions then guides you to complete your own drawing of a werewolf. (Note: This lesson assumes you have already developed some basic fundamental drawing skills. Before attempting this lesson it is recommended that you first learn and understand sketching and layout, and how to apply tone, shading, and highlights. If you have not developed these skills please refer to previous volumes.) For those just learning to draw, we recommend starting at the beginning of the series, if youve already developed fundamental drawing skills the later lessons with their more advanced step by step projects may be more appropriate. There are currently 16 books in the Drawing Mentor series with subjects ranging from simple lines and 3D shapes, to realistic portrait drawing and dragons. We hope that the lessons, examples and practice exercises in the Drawing Mentor books will give you the foundation you need to be able to draw anything you can see or imagine.