A complete, inexpensive, at-home course in animal painting and anatomy, this volume combines useful information on important anatomical features with directions on how to handle subjects and express their forms and postures. Topics include drawing from life, movement, and composition, plus a detailed... read more
The Art of Painting and Drawing Animals by Fredric Sweney Practical guide makes it easier for beginners as well as advanced artists to paint everything from dogs, cats, and deer to birds, sheep, and goats. 236 black-and-white illustrations, 26 in color.
The Artist's Guide to Animal Anatomy by Gottfried Bammes A systematic approach to learning proportion, rules of repose and motion, and basic forms. Modify drawings of a horse and cow to portray a dog, lion, and other subjects. 149 color and black-and-white illustrations.
The Anatomy and Action of the Horse by Lowes D. Luard Easy-to-read text explains the horse as a machine designed for movement, with meticulously rendered sketches of the entire animal supplementing diagrams and color illustrations of the horse's anatomy. 62 black-and-white illustrations.
An Atlas of Animal Anatomy for Artists by W. Ellenberger, Francis A. Davis Enlarged edition of a classic reference features clear directions for drawing horses, dogs, cats, lions, cattle, deer, and other creatures. Covers muscles, skeleton, and full external views. 288 illustrations.
Drawing Animals by Victor Perard A renowned artist/teacher demonstrates the muted strokes, bold lines, and simple arcs that bring animals to life. Numerous sketches highlight techniques for more than 50 creatures: bears, camels, lions, more.
Drawing Animals by Hugh Laidman Step-by-step instructional drawings of 26 animals, wild and domestic, appear with a text that focuses on understanding animal anatomy and behavior as a key to creating natural, expressive drawings.
A complete, inexpensive, at-home course in animal painting and anatomy, this volume combines useful information on important anatomical features with directions on how to handle subjects and express their forms and postures. Topics include drawing from life, movement, and composition, plus a detailed discussion of animal anatomy. More than 200 illustrations.
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