The amateur artist faces many challenges. To Len A. Doust, perspective is by far the most problematic. With his trademark humor, the author/artist turns his expert eye toward that "dreaded, horrid word." In a clearly written how-to guide on mastering the art of perspective, he carefully:
• describes the roles of lines, boxes, and circles
• provides shortcuts for visualizing shapes and forms
• incorporates thirty-three plates of helpful illustrations
One of the most concise introductions available for beginners, this practical volume will be an important addition to any artist's resource library.
Reprint of Simple Perspective, Frederick Warne & Co., Ltd., London and New York, 1934.
|Availability||Out of Stock|
|Author/Editor||Len A. Doust|
|Dimensions||5 1/2 x 8 1/2|