Written and beautifully illustrated, this is the perfect art instruction guide to pencil and ink drawing. It explores materials and tools, different ways of handling strokes and lines, techniques for establishing and conveying tones and shadows, and technical tips. Other useful features include 28 st... read more
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Written and beautifully illustrated, this is the perfect art instruction guide to pencil and ink drawing. It explores materials and tools, different ways of handling strokes and lines, techniques for establishing and conveying tones and shadows, and technical tips. Other useful features include 28 step-by-step demonstrations, numerous lessons, and 474 black-and-white and 73 color illustrations.
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