Ebook On Drawing Pencil Portraits
This online course teaches you how to start drawing amazing pencil drawings, even if you have never been able to make good art before this! With over 40 hours of quality drawing instruction, you will be able to draw the best quality artwork you've ever been able to do in your life. You are able to watch these lessons from any device that you have, and thus learn to draw from anywhere! Supposedly, learning to draw is really hard After completing this course, you will wonder why you ever thought something like that was true! You will be amazed at how easily you are able to pick up drawing and start making art in ways that you have never been able to before! It takes a bit of time to learn, but you will be amazed at how quickly you progress in your artistic skills with this course! Continue reading...
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The course is designed by Mr. Matt who is a teacher, an artist, and an illustrator. His vast and proven experience allowed him to develop this course. There are many courses out there in the market but they all lack the real meaning of drawing which is that the drawing can not only be learned from small tricks or methodologies, it requires a real knowledge. A person must learn the core fundamentals to be a real artist. All of this knowledge is given in this course which includes 26 illustrated eBooks with 178 pages and more than 5 hours watch time of 28 HD videos. Everything is concisely designed and briefly described in 28 modules which are very easy to understand by every type of person either a beginner or an intermediate artist. The course covers the basic elements of drawing as well as multiple mediums and different techniques. The course offers all of its content for downloading. People face many problems like how to see the things like an artist, which color is suitable for a specific artwork, how to improve their abilities and skills and many more. This course gives the solution to all such problems in an effective manner. Continue reading...
The Secrets To Drawing Video Course Summary
Contents: Video Course
Official Website: thesecretstodrawing.com
Matt is the creator of the colored pencil course. He is an artist and also an art teacher in a high school. He has struggled with colored pencil for years and considered them as a sub-standard material for making art, little did he know that the fault was from him. He did not know how to use the colored pencil properly. When he discovered the full potential of the colored pencil, he then realized that they were an extraordinary medium. His job is to show you the perfect way to utilize the colored pencil and learn from your mistakes. The colored pencil is a comprehensive learning experience course designed to guide absolute beginners and intermediate artists to a level of producing professional quality colored pencil drawings. The colored pencil course will teach you through concise and easy to digest modules that include HD videos and e-books. It consists of 5 hours of instruction, 21 illustrated e-books and 22 high definition videos. Each module includes an illustrated e-book that corresponds with the video. Every step and concept is clearly illustrated and described in each e-book. The Colored Pencil Course is not a physical product. All products are downloadable and are available via a computer. Files are PDF and .m4v. Videos may be downloaded or streamed. All videos are High Definition (720p). Continue reading...
The Colored Pencil Course Summary
Contents: Video Course, Ebooks
Official Website: thecoloredpencilcourse.com
If you've wanted to master drawing animals, you've come to the right place. How to Draw 200 Animals will take you on an artistic journey you will never forget. In fact, you will yearn to take it again and again until you've mastered every nook and corner. This book is basically a PDF containing instructions for drawing 200 animals like a pro. It has every requisite to mold your skills and polish them so that you can draw curves and intricate details in no time. Or better yet, you can help your son or daughter learn new drawing skills. We're sure this book will prove to be the best gift you've given them till now. The instructions laid out in the book are step-by-step, which means you or your child will go through the process seamlessly. In learning each step, you would continually start linking one aspect with another until a full animal drawing is looking at you. Not only this, the drawings are taught in 6 to 8 steps and there are more than 200 animals you can learn. Four bonuses are also given and they include animals of all kinds. Continue reading...
Pencil Portrait Mastery Home Study Course
This course consists of 5 drawing ebooks in Pdf format totaling 208 pages of detailed content and 605 high quality illustrations and images. Together, these amazing resources will guide you step by step through the process of pencil portrait drawing mastery. Christopher Sia has invested a great deal of time and effort into creating this fantastic home study course. When you get the course I suggest that you start with the 12 week portrait drawing lesson plan. The first few weeks of the plan can actually be completed in a few days as the lessons are quick exercises, but essential if you want to learn how to draw portraits successfully. Especially if you have never drawn before. The basic technique used is that you start with a picture, draw a light outline of the feature, and then shade it in. Each lesson comes along with a process map, which is essentially a diagram on how to go about attacking the particular feature that you are looking to draw.
Pencil Portrait Mastery Home Study Course Summary
Contents: Ebook 49 Pages, 163 Illustrations, Online Course
Author: Christopher Sia
Official Website: www.pencilportraitmastery.com
If Homo sapiens sapiens (the modern form of our species) were grouped together with an australopithecine, a Homo habilis, a Homo erectus, and an archaic Homo sapiens, what would the significant intellectual differences be Would the other species use language, sing songs and create music, dream of flying, or even draw pictures Before tackling these questions, we must first ask ourselves, what is intelligence
Fig. 10.2 Line drawing of the posterior part of the body chamber of Ceratites philippii philippii Riedel, 1916, MHI 1856, col. H. Hagdorn, 4-8 m below the Spiriferina-bed, pulcher to robustus Zone, Upper Muschelkalk, late Illyrian, late Anisian, Middle Triassic, Sch n and Hippelein quarry at Neidenfels near Crailsheim, Germany (see Fig. 1). x 3. Fig. 10.2 Line drawing of the posterior part of the body chamber of Ceratites philippii philippii Riedel, 1916, MHI 1856, col. H. Hagdorn, 4-8 m below the Spiriferina-bed, pulcher to robustus Zone, Upper Muschelkalk, late Illyrian, late Anisian, Middle Triassic, Sch n and Hippelein quarry at Neidenfels near Crailsheim, Germany (see Fig. 1). x 3.
Figure 1.2 Palynomorphs of various categories and geologic ages, illustrated by photomicrographs (PM) ( transmitted light, made with a light microscope-LM), microphotographs (MP) ( reflected light, relatively low power), scanning electron micrographs (SEM) and line drawings. All major categories of palynomorphs are included microforams, chitinozoans, scolecodonts, colonial algae, acritarchs, dinoflagellates, cryptospores, isospores, microspores (cannot be distinguished on morphology alone from isospores), megaspores, pollen, and fungal spores. Because the fossils come from many sources and represent specimens in many different size ranges, the magnification varies considerably. Approximate size of each specimen is indicated in micrometers, except that a bar is provided for the fungal spores (ai)-(an). (a) Chitinozoan Herochitina sp., Upper Ordovician, England. SEM by W. A. M. Jenkins, length 200 xm. (b) Chitinozoan Kalochitina multispinata Jansonius. Upper Ordovician, Oklahoma. PM by...
FIGURE 1.6 Comparison of photograph and line drawing of a skull of the Late Jurassic theropod Allosaurus fragilis from the Morrison Formation (Late Jurassic) of Utah, USA, showing more easily discernable anatomical details in line drawing. Skull is a replica, formerly on display in the Western Colorado Museum of Paleontology, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA. FIGURE 1.6 Comparison of photograph and line drawing of a skull of the Late Jurassic theropod Allosaurus fragilis from the Morrison Formation (Late Jurassic) of Utah, USA, showing more easily discernable anatomical details in line drawing. Skull is a replica, formerly on display in the Western Colorado Museum of Paleontology, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA.
Fig. 10.4 Line drawing of the posterior part of the body chamber of Ceratites flexuosus Philippi, 1901, ventral view, SMNS 65533, col. A. Ehmann, atavus Zone, Upper Muschelkalk, late Illyrian, late Anisian, Middle Triassic, Neckarrems near Stuttgart, Germany (see Fig. 10. 3). Fig. 10.4 Line drawing of the posterior part of the body chamber of Ceratites flexuosus Philippi, 1901, ventral view, SMNS 65533, col. A. Ehmann, atavus Zone, Upper Muschelkalk, late Illyrian, late Anisian, Middle Triassic, Neckarrems near Stuttgart, Germany (see Fig. 10. 3).
The first person to describe fossil spores pollen, and figure them in line drawing, was apparently Goeppert in Germany in 1838. Alnus-like and Betula-like pollen are easily recognizable in Goeppert's plates. Ehrenberg (Fig. 1.5a), who pioneered almost everything in micropaleontology, certainly also saw them, and described what we later were to discover are acritarchs and dinoflagellate cysts in the 1830s. By 1867, Schenck was illustrating with good line drawings the in situ fossil spores he removed from fossil fern compressions. Reinsch in 1884 published the first photomicrograph of a fossil spore. It was of Carboniferous age, and the genus to which it belonged was long afterwards named, in his honor, Reinschospora, by Schopf et al. (1944). Bennie and Kidston published in 1886 descriptions of megaspores from the Carboniferous of Scotland. Actually, that is about where the paleopalynological matter ended for many decades, with somewhat peripheral exceptions, such as studies in the...
The line drawing illustrations that appear in this book are in the public domain. The Wild Man appearing in Chapter 7 is taken from The Sports and Pastimes of the English People by Joseph Strutt, published 1801. The drawings of the mermaid, the Snake People of Hell and the illustration on the title page are taken from Adventures of Telemachus, published by D. Appleton & Company, New York, ca. 1889. The other line drawings are from The Complete Encyclopedia of Illustration by J. G. Heck, published by Gramercy Books, New York, 1979. This is a reproduction of two of the four volumes of The Iconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature, and Art published in 1851 by R. Garrigue, New York. The photographs of the Native American snake petroglyph in Arizona, the antlered-man pub sign in Ashland, Oregon, the bat carving on the Chester Cathedral in Chester, England, the Harpy that resides in the British Museum and the photo of Bast were taken by the author.
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