Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain Workbook accompanies the world's most widely used drawing instruction book by Betty Edwards. This workbook reinforces the five basic skills of drawing and includes:
- 40 exercises to practice your drawing abilities
- A range of subject matters from portrait drawing and still life, to landscapes and imaginative drawing
- Advice for a variety of mediums such as pen and ink, charcoal and graphite
- A pull-out viewfinder tool
The original Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain helps artists to nurture the creative right side of the brain, dramatically improving your ability to draw, whether you are a professional, an artist in training or someone who draws for a hobby. This workbook will help you practise that knowledge with success at every step.
Höhe: 246 mm
Breite: 305 mm
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Dr Betty Edwards is an American art teacher, lecturer and author of the preeminent book on its subject Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. Now retired from her position as Professor Emeritus of Art at California State University in Long Beach, she continues to write, consult and participate in Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain workshops. She lives in California.
An ingenious way to understand and overcome the problem of foreshortening and to grasp the fundamentals of form and relationships. * Leisure Painter * Does a pretty good job of breaking down the technique of drawing
into easily-digested pieces. * Artists and Illustrators * The workbook contains just enough of Edwards' theory - along with dozens of illustrations - that one need have no qualms about giving it as a gift... does a pretty good job of breaking down the technique of drawing into easily-digested pieces. -- Artists & Illustrators * . * The first edition of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain... was a landmark in drawing tuition... The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain Workbook has been written as a supplement... (The viewfinder) is an ingenious way to understand and overcome the problem of foreshortening and to grasp the fundamentals of form and relationships. -- Leisure Painter * . *