Let one of the world's greatest aircraft artists shows you how to turn your airplane doodles into aviation masterpieces. Whether you're interested in limning the latest Dreamliner or Airbus A380 or depicting historic aircraft or dreaming up an airplane of your own, longtime aircraft design engineer Andy Whyte has the key to the proper approach, techniques, and tools. With co-authors Charlie and Ann Cooper, Whyte offers expert advice and instruction on perspective, light, and shadow; sketching, drawing, and painting planes, horizons, skies, and backgrounds; detail work on aircraft wings, cockpits, and landing gear; and creating cutaways and scale drawings. For the more technologically inclined artist, he also includes a chapter on computer illustration of aircraft, with tips on the software and accessories you'll need to get started.
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(270mm x 210mm x 13mm)
Publisher: Motorbooks International
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Author Biography - Andrew Whyte
A U.S. Navy flight engineer/gunner during World War II, Andy Whyte worked for forty-one years as a design engineer at Sikorsky Aircraft. Now retired, he is an active freelance artist, president of the American Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA), and a participant in the Air Force Art Program and Society of Illustrators.