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Ink Drawing Lesson Plan By Robert Williams
Paperback: $23.96
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The student will learn the use of ink on hot press board to illustrate and complete the front and back catalog wrap. The learner will also update background images and product images along with any... More > descriptions needed for the back cover items that will be sold in this catalog. Each area of our lesson plans not only help in the learners artistic skills but also each lesson emphasizes the use and need of the primary skills of learning; reading, writing, and math. You will find additional support in charts and graphs that will help in the learners process.< Less
Ink Drawing Lesson Plan By Robert Williams
eBook (PDF): $5.00
The student will learn the use of ink on hot press board to illustrate and complete the front and back catalog wrap. The learner will also update background images and product images along with any... More > descriptions needed for the back cover items that will be sold in this catalog. Each area of our lesson plans not only help in the learners artistic skills but also each lesson emphasizes the use and need of the primary skills of learning; reading, writing, and math. You will find additional support in charts and graphs that will help in the learners process.< Less
Anatomy Sketchbook: Drawing Lessons Using the Human Figure By Edward Gazsi
eBook (PDF): $7.99
Edward Gazsi brings decades of figure drawing experience into “Anatomy Sketchbook – Drawing Lessons Using the Human Figure.” As an award-winning freelance illustrator and art... More > instructor, Mr. Gazsi has compiled within this book a comprehensive collection of his thoughts, teachings, and artworks. The volume is wonderfully illustrated and contains two hundred and twenty-three artistic plates for the viewer’s enjoyment. The study of the human figure is the foundation of the book’s content. If you want to improve your general drawing abilities, this book will be of great help, especially as Gazsi teaches the benefits of using the "mysterious" right side of the brain as you draw. If the figure is the focus of your artistic expression, the author’s clear approach to the human form’s subtleties and beauty will be both educational and inspiring. Once you are on the road to accurately drawing the figure, you will be amazed how the other horizons of art will open to you. Welcome to a life-long journey of figure drawing!< Less
HOW TO DRAW ANGELIC SEALS (KABBALAH LESSON 11) By Ken Nunoo
eBook (PDF): $9.00
The seal of a spirit acts as a doorway and a magnet that pulls the spirit to wherever the seal is placed. The relationship between an angel and an angelic seal is similar to that between a radio or... More > a television and its satellite station. Whatever channel the radio or television is tuned into is what we receive in the radio or television. The transmitting signals of angels are similar to satellite stations, broadcasting signals throughout our universe and whoever has the right device, such as the seal of that angel is able to receive signals from that angel. In this book are step by step instructions on how to draw a angelic seals to draw and attract that angel to manifest near the seal.< Less
The Phonics of Drawing By Karine Bauch
eBook (PDF): $19.99
The Phonics of Drawing is a 30-lesson art adventure! A homeschool art curriculum with multi-level lessons so the whole family can learn to draw together. Each lesson is presented on three levels,... More > spanning ages 6-18. Finally, an art curriculum that brings the family together!< Less
A Lexicon of Drawing By Johannes H. von Gumppenberg
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For PRINT version, we suggest purchasing the slightly smaller format (8x10) published by CreateSpace and now available on Amazon. This version best used for PDF download for full pixel detail. At... More > this time, this is the ONLY SOURCE for PDF. *-*-*-* Note: the PDF download is LARGE. *-*-*-*-*-*-*-* This book assembles drawings of most varied kind, done with the ball-point pen. Some were multiplied and passed on as teaching aids to students. The greater number served purposes of analytical experiment and study and of showing what possibilities that learning delivers into reach. Others are just works of art seeking to carry into execution a creative wish. Overall this collection seems the off-spring or a sequel of a more severely formal earlier work: The Formulation of a Graphic Language. *** NOTE *** Use the DOWNLOAD version to further explore the drawings in pixel detail.< Less
A Lexicon of Drawing By Johannes H. von Gumppenberg
Paperback: $13.10
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For PRINT version, we suggest purchasing the slightly smaller format (8x10) published by CreateSpace and now available on Amazon. This version best used for PDF download for full pixel detail. At... More > this time, this is the ONLY SOURCE for PDF. *-*-*-* Note: the PDF download is LARGE. *-*-*-*-*-*-*-* This book assembles drawings of most varied kind, done with the ball-point pen. Some were multiplied and passed on as teaching aids to students. The greater number served purposes of analytical experiment and study and of showing what possibilities that learning delivers into reach. Others are just works of art seeking to carry into execution a creative wish. Overall this collection seems the off-spring or a sequel of a more severely formal earlier work: The Formulation of a Graphic Language. *** NOTE *** Use the DOWNLOAD version to further explore the drawings in pixel detail.< Less
Drawing For Beginners By Marta Ward
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Drawing For Beginners - The Ultimate Step By Step Guide To Successful Drawing - Learn The Basics Of Pencil Drawing And Sketching! (FREE BONUS INCLUDED) Drawing was once considered an essential... More > skill. In the era before cameras drawing was useful for everything from decorating one’s home to recording major historical events. Of course, those who were especially talented could earn their living by painting portraits and creating ornaments for homes of the wealthy. As the digital age progresses, duplication becomes easy; but someone must create the original work. There is a place in the modern world both for those who would like to earn a living by creating original art work and those who would like to have a fun hobby. Regardless of your reasons for creating art work, this book can help you learn about conventions in art and ways to practice your skills.< Less
Drawing For Beginners By Maria Garner
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Drawing For Beginners - The Complete Beginners Guide To Successful Drawing - Lessons To Pencil Drawing And Sketching, Plus Amazing Drawing Ideas! Learning how to draw is both deceptively simple and... More > potentially complicated. While anyone can sketch if they have a pencil and some paper, the intricacies of creating realistic and consistent drawings can take a lot of time and practice to master. While many people think of artistic talent as an inborn skill, the truth is drawing is a skill, and like any skill can be taught. With the information in this book—and plenty of practice—anyone can develop strong drawing and sketching skills to give a voice to their inner artist. Here is a preview of what you'll learn: A description of the best materials for sketching Definitions of major art terms to expand your knowledge Ideal techniques and grips for different drawing styles Exercises to practice your skills and proportions< Less
Repin: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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As a boy, Ilya Repin received his first lessons in art in 1858, when he worked for a talented icon painter I. M. Bunakov. Working with Kramskoi, in a year Repin developed his skills sufficiently to... More > be accepted in the Academy. In 1870, Repin made his first sketches for Baurge Haulers on the Volga, while being on a boat trip. When the work was finished in 1873, it immediately won recognition. In the same year for several months Repin had been traveling around Italy and then settled to work in Paris up until 1876. After returning to Russia, Repin settled in Moscow. It was a very fruitful period of his creative activity. During these 10-12 years Repin created majority of his famous paintings. He is the author of many portraits, but he never painted faces, he painted real people. Repin rarely painted historical paintings. The most popular in this genre is The Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mahmoud IV. The contemporaries saw it as a symbol of the Russian people throwing off their chains.< Less

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