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Description - How to Draw an Object by Soizic Mouton

Filled with colorful illustrations and step-by-step explanations, How to Draw an Object is a foolproof introduction to the art of sketching. Equal parts inspiration and tutorial, the delightful drawings are sure to have even the shyest artists reaching for a sketchbook.

The book begins with simple explanations of drawing fundamentals-how to use perspective and draw basic shapes like cubes, cylinders, and cones. From there newly minted sketch artists will learn how to transform those simple components into realistic drawings. A cylinder becomes a many layered wedding cake festooned with frosting while a cone is transformed into a martini, a butterfly net, or a sea shell. Soon readers will see that even the most complicated drawing is really only a collection of basic shapes.

The book also includes a range of more specific tips and tricks, such as how to mimic the drape of fabric when drawing clothes or add texture. How to Draw an Object will give anyone who's ever wanted to learn to draw the confidence to pick up a pencil and begin!

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781250170088
ISBN-10: 1250170087
Format: Paperback / softback
(291mm x 219mm x 8mm)
Pages: 64
Imprint: St Martin's Press
Publisher: St Martin's Press
Publish Date: 31-Jul-2018
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Soizic Mouton

Born the South Pacific, SOIZIC MOUTON joined the �cole Estienne in Paris, where she studied applied arts and illustration. She went on to specialize in film animation at the Gobelins visual arts school, and now works for animation studios, TV series, feature films, and for kids' books and magazines.

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