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Drawing Still Lifes: Learn to draw a variety of realistic still lifes in pencil (Artist's Library) Paperback – Import, 1 July 2013
About the Author
Like many artists, Steven Pearce got his start at a very early age. His mother was an accomplished oil painter, and his father was an oil painter, sculptor, and master jeweler. Their encouragement and valuable knowledge helped Steven grow as an artist. Creating art with a pencil has been and continues to be Steven’s passion. He enjoys experimenting with other media, including colored pencil, oil, and acrylics. Steven loves drawing portraits, still life, wildlife, landscapes, and anything that represents well in graphite and charcoal. www.srpearceart.com
- Publisher : Walter Foster Publishing (1 July 2013)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 64 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1600583342
- ISBN-13 : 978-1600583346
- Item Weight : 213 g
- Dimensions : 16.51 x 0.64 x 24.13 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #407,034 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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All in all a very good book by a very talented artist which should help you to improve your drawing, but I fear that to be as good as the author is still a long way off!
I would definitely recommend this book...
Le pas à pas de la fenêtre avec le pur de brique aurait mérité d'être plus détaillé car il contient beaucoup de textures différentes.
Ce livre me donne l'impression d'être trop pauvre pour un débutant et trop basique pour un dessinateur intermédiaire ou avancé.
De plus tout au long du livre l'auteur n'utilise que 3 crayons : F, HB et 2B. J'aurais aimé des exemples avec d'autres degrés de dureté.
A tout prendre je préfère son autre livre "beginning still life" qui lui est un grand format et plus explicatif.