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Children Illustrations of Ed Gazsi - Vol.1: Tips & Anecdotes

eBook (PDF), 85 Pages
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Ed Gazsi is an internationally known illustrator, whose artwork has appeared in National Geographic Magazine, HarperCollins, Scholastic, and many other publishing companies. This, the first volume of a three part series, contains a third of the best of his children's illustrations. The series is meant to aid aspiring illustrators through detailing the process necessary to achieve success in this demanding field. Gazsi also reveals behind the scenes stories and anecdotes that are meant to put "flesh" on both the rigors and joys involved in being a professional freelancer. The three volumes will enlighten both the novice and professional illustrator. For those who just enjoy the charm of children's illustration, this and the following volumes will be a real treat. He has also published five drawing books dedicated to revealing his knowledge, especially in the area of figure drawing and anatomy. The figure drawing series is entitled "Anatomy Sketchbook."
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Product Details

Published
July 16, 2014
Language
English
Pages
85
File Format
PDF
File Size
14.83 MB
Product ID
21718297

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