How To Draw

Author: Scott Robertson
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ISBN: 9781933492759
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Provides instruction on drawing objects and environments from the imagination, constructing accurate perspective grids, and experimenting with various mediums.

How To Draw Scott Robertson Thomas Bertling 2013

Author: Design Studio Press
Publisher: Bukupedia
ISBN: 1933492732
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Drawing is almost a magical power. It enables you to communicate in a different way than spoken or written language. Perspective drawing lets you convey how things work and how they look. You can inspire others with something as simple as a pen and a napkin! When I created Design Studio Press, this is the first book I ever intended to write. Well DSP turned 10 years old this past March. With 55 other books already in print, so much for Plan A! Finally, with the help of my good friend and longtime co-teacher, Thomas Bertling, I bring you the drawing know-how I've taught for over 1 8 years in my own workshops and at Art Center College of Design. Organizing this book was like a sport where you train for years in order to compete at a high level for a few seconds. We combed through over a decade-and-a-half of demos and lectures to formulate the pages we now present to you. Once you master these manageable perspective-drawing exercises, you wi ll have the knowledge to sketch anything from your imagination, to think like a designer and draw things the world has never seen! Books are great for looking at beautifully printed reproductions of original drawings and reading about the thoughts and methods behind those drawings, but video might be even better for step-bystep demonstrations. For that reason, many pages of this book link to online tutorials. Check out page 004 for a full explanation of how to use the Design Studio Press app. Almost all of us drew when we were kids and some of us never stopped. While it takes practice to master the techniques in this book, it's worth the effort. Humans have been drawing for over 40,000 years so you're about to acquire one of the oldest forms of communication. Jump in and do the basic exercises at the beginning of this book with passion. As you master these ancient skills, pass along the knowledge and teach others the wonders of perspective drawing from their imagination. Let's draw! 008 May 31 , 2013 Los Angeles, California Scott Robertson

How To Draw

Author: Scott Robertson
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ISBN: 9781781166864
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With the perspective drawing process concisely communicated by the author, this book is suitable for those interested in learning to draw, as well as those teaching others to draw.

How To Render

Author: Scott Robertson
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ISBN: 9781933492834
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This book is about the fundamentals of light, shadow and reflectivity; the focus is firmly on helping to improve visual understanding of the world around and on techniques for representing that world.Rendering is the next step after drawing to communicate ideas more clearly. Building on what Scott Robertson and Thomas Bertling wrote about in How To Draw: Drawing and Sketching Objects and Environments from Your Imagination, this book shares everything the two experts know about how to render light, shadow and reflective surfaces.This book is divided into two major sections: the first explains the physics of light and shadow. One will learn how to construct proper shadows in perspective and how to apply the correct values to those surfaces. The second section focuses on the physics of reflectivity and how to render a wide range of materials utilizing this knowledge.Throughout the book, two icons appear that indicate either “observation” or “action.” This means the page or section is about observing reality or taking action by applying the knowledge and following the steps in creating your own work.Similar to our previous book, How To Draw, this book contains links to free online rendering tutorials that can be accessed via the URL list or through the H2Re app.

Memory Drawing

Author: Darren R. Rousar
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ISBN: 9780980045444
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From the Introduction: If you think about it, all life drawing and painting is at some point being done from the artist's memory, even if that memory is only a few seconds old. Every time the artist takes their eyes off of the model or scene and looks at their paper or canvas, their visual memory is involved. What if that artist's visual memory was highly trained? That artist might need the model for a shorter period of time, or she might have a more productive time when the model is in pose. He might be better at painting all of the fleeting effects that nature throws at us when we are landscape painting en plein air. Although I encourage you to consistently engage in memory-drawing practice, it should not supplant your regular art exercises. Memory-drawing ought to be done in addition to your regular art training, not instead of it. In a perfect world it would be integrated into traditional arts instruction, but the reality is that you will most likely be training your visual memory on your own. Memory Drawing: Perceptual Training and Recall exists to guide you in doing just that. It will also help you improve your abilities to remember fleeting effects, seize essentials, and even enhance your imagination.

Quick Sketching With Ron Husband

Author: Ron Husband
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1134619367
Size: 34.89 MB
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Quick sketching is the best technique you can use to stay finely tuned and to keep those creative juices flowing. To keep your sense of observation heightened, and to sharpen your hand-eye coordination, an animator needs to constantly draw and sketch. Quick Sketching with Ron Husband offers instruction to quick sketching and all its techniques. From observing positive and negative space and learning to recognize simple shapes in complex forms to action analysis and using line of action, this Disney legend teaches you how to sketch using all these components, and how to do it in a matter of seconds. On top of instruction and advice, you’ll also see Ron’s portfolio of select art representing his growth as an artist throughout the years. Watch his drawings as he grows from a young, talented artist, to a true Disney animator. Follow him as he goes around the world and sketches flamenco dancers, football players, bakers, joggers, lions, tigers, anyone, and anything. As if instruction and inspiration in one place weren’t enough, you’ll find a sketchbook included, so you can flip from Ron’s techniques and work on perfecting basic shapes. Or take your book on the road, read Ron’s advice, sketch away, capture the world around you.

Drawing Ideas

Author: Mark Baskinger
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
ISBN: 038534452X
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A primer for design professionals across all disciplines that helps them create compelling and original concept designs by hand--as opposed to on the computer--in order to foster collaboration and win clients. In today's design world, technology for expressing ideas is pervasive; CAD models and renderings created with computer software provide an easy option for creating highly rendered pieces. However, the accessibility of this technology means that fewer designers know how to draw by hand, express their ideas spontaneously, and brainstorm effectively.In a unique board binding that mimics a sketchbook, Drawing Ideas provides a complete foundation in the techniques and methods for effectively communicating to an audience through clear and persuasive drawings.

Pen And Ink Drawing

Author: Alphonso Dunn
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ISBN: 9780997046533
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Pen & Ink Drawing: A Simple Guide covers the essential aspects of pen and ink drawing and more. It explores basic materials and instruments; fundamental properties of strokes and pen control; key elements of shading; and indispensable techniques for creating vibrant textures. As a bonus, a chapter is devoted to what the author refers to as, the secret Line of Balance. This book is not just written to instruct but also to inspire enthusiasts of pen and ink and drawing as well.

Drawing For Designers

Author: Alan Pipes
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 9781856695336
Size: 54.94 MB
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There is a dearth of books covering drawing and product design. Drawing for Designers fills this gap, offering a comprehensive guide to drawing for product/ industrial designers and students. As well as industrial product design, the book encompasses automotive design and the design of other 3D artefacts such as jewelry and furniture. Covering both manual and computer drawing methods, the book follows the design process: from initial concept sketches; through presentation drawings and visualizations; general arrangement and detail drafting; to fully dimensioned production drawings; and beyond to technical illustrations and exploded/assembly diagrams used for publicity and instructing the end user in the product's assembly, operation, and maintenance. Case study spreads featuring famous designer productsshown both as drawn concepts and the finished object are interspersed with the chapters. There are also several 'how-to-do-it' step-by-step sequences.

How To Design

Author: Scott Robertson
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ISBN: 9781933492605
Size: 76.90 MB
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With the concept design process clearly and concisely explained by Scott Robertson, this book will be a fantastic addition to the library of anyone interested in design. The variety of subjects and examples Scott shares will make it indispensible to beginners and professionals alike, including entertainment designers, industrial designers, graphic designers, architects, illustrators, and even engineers.