Drawing Realistic Pets from Photographs

Lee Hammond


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Publisher: North Light Books
Pages: 128

Synopsis:

Draw gorgeous portraits of your favorite pets! Turn your candid snapshots into remarkable artwork that truly captures the personality of your cherished animals. In Drawing Realistic Pets from Photographs you'll find foolproof instruction that will have you creating impressive drawings in no time. Don't let a lack of natural artistic ability or drawing experience discourage you. Best-selling author and longtime art instructor Lee Hammond can teach everyone to draw. Her fail-proof grid method and...

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Alicia's notes:

This is not an animal anatomy book, and if you have read any other of Lee Hammond's books, you know it all already, how it looks and what it is about: it is a book that teaches you to copy from observation using a grid technique (divide what you see in squares that helps to keep things in proportion). This is a good option if you want to draw your or someone else's pet realistically using pencils. Keep in mind that this doesn't help you draw from imagination and you will need a reference picture, not suitable for a live drawing of an animal that is constantly moving, as you will be literally copying it square by square.



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Alicia

This is not an animal anatomy book, and if you have read any other of Lee Hammond's books, you know it all already, how it looks and what it is about: it is a book that teaches you to copy from observation using a grid technique (divide what you see in squares that helps to keep things in proportion). This is a good option if you want to draw your or someone else's pet realistically using pencils. Keep in mind that this doesn't help you draw from imagination and you will need a reference picture, not suitable for a live drawing of an animal that is constantly moving, as you will be literally copying it square by square.

   
   

Bookaxe Characteristics for Drawing Realistic Pets from Photographs

Character and Plot:

Characters in depth

Fast-paced plot

Language and Style:

Straight to the point

Language and style central

New Information:

Pure entertainment

Introduces you to new ideas

Outlook:

Explores the darker side of life
Light-hearted and optimistic

Explicitness:

No swearing or violence etc
Frequent swearing and violence etc

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