How to Draw People
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|Author||: Jeff Mellem|
|Editor||: North Light Books|
The author "teaches beginning artists how to draw the human figure, from stick figure to anatomically accurate person, in clear, easy-to-follow lessons. More than just a reference, this book provides the step-by-step instruction to teach you to draw the human figure and the anatomical knowledge to draw it realistically."--page  of cover.
|Author||: Alisa Calder|
Learn to Draw People with Simple Step-by-Step Instructions! How to Draw People: Step-by-Step Face and Figure Drawing Projects is perfect for beginners who want to quickly gain a sense of mastery in their drawing. Suitable for children, teens, and adults who want to practice and improve their drawing skills. Contains more than 75 easy-to-follow drawing tutorials that will teach you how to draw many types of faces and figures in a variety of poses including sitting, standing, walking, dancing, and lying down. Each step-by-step tutorial will guide you from the first step to the finished drawing. Each diagram on the left shows you how to draw the object one step at a time. Simply follow along drawing in the space provided on the right-hand side. Add each detail as shown until the picture is finished. Perfect for budding artists of any age who want to increase skill and learn to draw quickly. Makes a great gift!
|Author||: Kagan McLeod|
A lively, colorful figure drawing instruction book that encourages aspiring illustrators to work in ink and watercolor to create quick, confident renderings of diverse, contemporary people. While today's illustrators work primarily in ink and watercolor, figure drawing instruction still tends to emphasize work in pencil. Commercial illustrator Kagan McLeod offers an approach to figure and portrait drawing more in keeping with today's preferred tools and techniques, one that focuses on cultivating spontaneity, energy, and confidence by providing exercises for brush work in ink and watercolor. By breaking figure and portrait drawing into the three major aspects of line, tone, and color and recommending time limits for each exercise, McLeod encourages working fast and fearless, rather than worrying about getting your figures just right. Filled with numerous illustrative examples of diverse, modern people, Draw People Every Day reflects practical, applicable techniques to get you drawing the people you see in the world around you with speed and proficiency.
|Author||: Barbara Soloff Levy|
|Editor||: Courier Corporation|
Sequences of shapes added together provide a step-by-step demonstration of how to draw all types of people doing a variety of activities.
|Author||: Jasmina Susak|
|Editor||: Jasmina Susak|
Learn how to draw proportional, realistic portraits in this easy to follow, step-by-step tutorial! Learn from an experienced artist and art teacher, Jasmina Susak, who will guide you in drawing process from complete scratch to the finished portrait. Not only will you learn how to draw facial features and skin, but hair too in this highly detailed tutorial. This tutorial was made for intermediate artists, but beginners should also give it a try since Jasmina will share a lot of tips and tricks that will help you understand the most important things behind a realistic style of drawing. Take this book, enhance your drawing skills, and get your portraits to the next level!
|Author||: Susie Hodge|
|Editor||: Search PressLtd|
A wordless instructional introduction to drawing people, this title shows how to build up great pictures starting from stick figures and using simple shapes and step-by-step illustrations.
|Author||: HowExpert,Elise White|
If you want to learn how to draw People, then get "How To Draw People." You will learn the quick and easy way to draw realistic drawings of people with when you get the "How to Draw People" guide. With the guide's step-by-step lessons, you will improve your drawing skills and gain confidence in your abilities. In this guide you will discover how to draw all types of people. - Surprise your friends and family by creating realistic drawings of them. - Gain confidence in yourself as you see the improvements you make in your drawings. - Learn how to draw like a pro and have the opportunity to profit from your work. - Save yourself the time and expense of going to school to learn these techniques. - Learn that it is true that anyone can draw, and see how easy it is. - Take each lesson at your own pace, and see how drawings are created step by step. - Improve your powers of observation and see beauty in your surroundings. - Find out what materials you really need to make quality drawings. - Use your new skills as a relaxing hobby or take your career in a new direction. - Discover many more easy tips to help you draw the way you've always wanted to; starting today. The chapters are broken down into simple lessons that will help you to understand all that you need to know about drawing people. The lessons include detailed images and step-by-step instructions to make it easy for you to know exactly what to do. This guide will be your best resource in training you to draw people, and you will be able to consult it at any time. So if you want to learn how to draw people, the easy way, let the "How to Draw People" guide give you the help you need to hone your skills; starting today About The Expert Elise White has been drawing people since she was a tot. Since then, with practice, as well as with guidance from instructors, Elise has been able to make realistic drawings of people. She sells her work and creates custom commissioned pieces online in her Etsy shop, Pieces of Elise's. Elise also enjoys creating artwork with other mediums such as polymer clay, stoneware, and acrylic paint. She also styles naturally curly hair from her home in Omaha, Nebraska. In all of her endeavors, Elise has learned that in order to get your desired results, when you are trying something new, it is important to keep practicing. If you really love what you're doing, you won't quit when it seems difficult. You'll see it through and all your hard work will pay off. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
|Author||: Edgar Ford|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
You're about to discover how to draw people effectively using some of the best techniques available out there, it is true that becoming a truly successful artist is not a skill you were born with but one you can learn over time. This book will open you up to that idea as well as the most effective strategies you can use to propel your drawing career and help you master the art of drawing. The truth is many people on the path to success get discouraged when they don't see results immediately or in the near future. This can be because they did not start with the right tools and foundation in the beginning, so when they fail they believe they cannot be successful. This book therefore is intended to give beginners advice on how to avoid those mistakes and keep you on a path of success in Sketching people. Some of these instructions may seem basic and obvious but even experienced artists may overlook the simple things in life that contribute to ones achievement. This book is short and directly to the point so not to waste the readers time. Life is busy so by giving you the effective tips in drawing people quickly this will allow you to reach your desired results at a much faster rate. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... Drawing Tools You'll Need Photo References Framing Gridding Ways by which you handle the pencil Drawing fundamentals How to handle colored pencils for drawing How to draw various shapes Much, much more! Download your copy today and start your journey!
|Author||: Christopher Hart|
|Editor||: Christopher Hart Figure It Out|
This is the easy way to learn how to draw people! Chris Hart offers straightforward solutions to common figure-drawing problems encountered by aspiring artists. Hart's accessible techniques include focusing on the body's natural curves, rather than drawing muscles, and breaking the torso down into three distinct, understandable areas. With this book, anyone can immediately grasp the basics--and create the art to prove it!
|Author||: Jeff Mellem|
The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Drawing Figures! To draw an anatomical figure, you don't need a stack of weighty anatomy books. Just take it step by step! In How to Draw People, author Jeff Mellem teaches beginning artists how to draw the human figure, from stick figure to anatomically accurate person, in clear, easy-to-follow lessons. More than just a reference, this book provides the step-by-step instruction to teach you to draw the human figure and the anatomical knowledge to draw it realistically. In each chapter, called "levels," you'll learn core concepts for drawing the human figure. Each new chapter builds on the previous one to give you the skills you need to add complexity to your drawing. By the end of each chapter, you will be able to draw the figure with greater detail. By the end of Level 5, you will be able to draw an expressive figure with defined muscle groups in a variety of poses both real and imagined. • Clear goals to progress from stick figure to anatomically correct • Exercises and assignments to practice new skills • Level-Up Checklists in each chapter to assess your skills before moving on With clear step-by-step demonstrations and check-ins along the way, How to Draw People is the beginner's guide to drawing realistic figures.
|Author||: Jake Spicer|
|Editor||: Octopus Books|
Best-selling author and art tutor Jake Spicer here gives you all the skills you need to sketch a convincing figure in just 15 minutes. With a syllabus of carefully crafted tutorials, from how to put together a basic sketch of a person, to developing your drawings and taking them further, materials and set-up, mark-making, spatial relationships and how clothes hang on a body, every aspect of the figure drawing process is examined. A special emphasis on guerilla sketching in public places - cafes, trains, buses, and anywhere that people are to be seen in action - means that this book will be especially useful for those unable to find the time to make it to a regular life drawing class.
|Author||: Susie Hodge|
|Editor||: New Holland Pub Limited|
Presents information on tools and materials, drawing with different media, and instructions for ten projects, illustrated with color photographs.
|Author||: Jay T|
Do you know what children like to draw the most is ? Yes, Dad and mom, but most the time children will draw parents looks like a monster because drawing people for a kid is a little different from regular drawing. So the author created this step by step drawing guide for children easy to learn to draw different poses. This book includes drawing a boy, girl, police, fireman, flighting attendant, waiter and much more. it come with a blank practice page which makes it even more comfortable when practicing drawing. After you finish drawing, you can color it, and it becomes your coloring book. The goal of this author is to create this book to helps kids have confidence to drawing a human face and body Scroll up to click the Buy Now button I am sure your kids will love it.
|Author||: Tom Richardson|
|Editor||: Tom Richardson|
With 80 Plates Originally Published between 1828 and 1855 In the nineteenth century students who did not have access to plaster casts and teachers who wished for a course of instruction turned to copy books for drawing lessons. They were popular and many authors produced versions either for use in schools or for learning at home. This book combines examples from seven different books. The selections focus on those sections of the books devoted to drawing the human figure. The books include: Buchanan's Initiatory Drawing Lessons The Illustrated Drawing Book The Young Artists Assistant in the Art of Drawing A Guide to Figure Drawing Oxford Drawing Book Drawing Lessons for Family and School Systematische Zeichen Schule"
|Author||: Christopher Hart|
|Editor||: Get Creative 6|
"Learning to draw the human figure might seem intimidating to beginning artists. In Begin to Draw People, bestselling how-to-draw author Christopher Hart proves that it doesn't have to be. Tapping into his vast experience in teaching how to draw all aspects of the human body, Chris simplifies the figure-drawing process for even the most absolute beginners! Accessibility to ages 12 and up is the driving principle behind the step-by-step instruction provided throughout. Topics include simplified yet detailed steps to drawing the head and body for men, women, and children in a wide variety of facial features, expressions, styles, and poses"--
|Author||: William F. Powell|
|Editor||: Walter Foster Publishing|
Learn to create detailed, realistic drawings of people in graphite pencil from basic shapes. Successfully drawing people is one of the most challenging, yet rewarding, artistic experiences. Drawing: People shows you how to capture the unique characteristics of people in graphite pencil, with tips on choosing materials, building with basic shapes, placing proportionate features, and shading to develop form and realism. With more than 40 step-by-step projects to both re-create and admire, artist William F. Powell teaches artists how to develop a portrait drawing to its fullest. He explores basic drawing techniques as well as art concepts that apply to drawing people, including proportion, perspective, and composition. This book includes in-depth information on how to render facial features, heads from various angles, and the figure in action, step by step. With this helpful guide, you'll even discover specific tips and tricks for drawing individual body parts, such as eyes, ears, noses, lips, hands, and feet. And the wealth of beautiful, inspiring examples ensure that Drawing: People will be a welcome addition to any artist’s drawing reference library. Drawing people can be tricky, but with this step-by-step guide, you’ll be rendering realistic portraits in no time. Designed for beginners, the How to Draw & Paint series offers an easy-to-follow guide that introduces artists to basic tools and materials and includes simple step-by-step lessons for a variety of projects suitable for the aspiring artist. Drawing: People allows artists to develop their drawing skills, demonstrating how to start with basic shapes and use pencil and shading techniques to create varied textures, values, and details for a realistic, completed drawing.
|Author||: Jake Spicer|
|Editor||: St. Martin's Griffin|
Yes, you can draw! And Draw People in 15 Minutes will show you how. By the time you finish this book you'll have all the skills and the confidence you need to sketch people on the move or on the couch. Professional art instructor Jake Spicer takes you through every aspect of drawing from life, from sketching bodies in a busy public space to drawing a model from real life or a photograph. Carefully crafted exercises break down the drawing process into easily digestible parts, while step-by-step tutorials demonstrate how you can create a full-length portrait in just 15 minutes. With advice on everything from materials to use to how to get a person's proportions right, including how to draw hands, feet, and fabric, this is the complete course for anyone who's ever wanted to draw people.
|Author||: Elissa Reyes|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
How to draw people Learn to create human form in a DAY Every single sprouting craftsman need to learn how to draw people - would you say you are one of them? It is quite difficult. There's an extraordinary arrangement going ahead with the human face from muscles, skin composition, tissue tones and shading, hair, veins and hanging substance. When we learn how to draw people, we're learning to ace the basics termed viewpoint, extents, esteem and tone in complex situations. The uplifting news is that when you draw genuine people, you widen and propel you're drawing aptitudes speedier than you would while sketching quick autos or toon characters. Indeed, in the event that you can learn to draw people precisely, you can learn to draw pretty much anything. So you're beginning stage ought to be with drawing people yet that is unreasonably steep for somebody beginning. So how about we cover a couple of basics first to get them immovably added to your repertoire. The Sight-Size Drawing Approach In the event that you need to learn how to draw people, it can be hard to bounce right in sketching them freehand. A superior approach to learn how to draw people is with the sight-size technique. Utilizing the sight-size strategy means concentrating on an item, for this situation an article and drawing it pretty much as you see it. The site-size strategy grants you to draw your picture any size by moving your easel in the position for the size picture you need to draw. You picture will be bigger the closer it is to the topic. This applies to any drawing you need to do-from still life, figure drawing or scenes. Rather, pick a bit of furniture, similar to your bed, or some other straightforward protest, and draw it. When you're prepared to proceed onward, pick something somewhat more intricate. Maybe draw your work area with every one of its papers, pencils and thingamabobs. Do this few times or the same number of times as it takes for you to feel great drawing these articles. When you are, you're prepared to handle a human face and maybe even a complete human body. Our Model Presently, a large portion of us won't have a model willing to posture for us. Furthermore, constraining our child sibling or sister isn't a smart thought since they'll wriggle to an extreme degree excessively. Rather, utilize a magazine with photographs. Here is a preview of what you'll learn: How to draw a portraits How to draw female figure How to draw a Turkish girl How to draw an Asian girl How to draw a European girl How to draw Chinese girl and much more Download your copy of "How to draw people" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button.
|Author||: Racehorse for Young Readers|
|Editor||: Racehorse for Young Readers|
Do you want to learn the secrets of becoming a great artist? All it takes is following the five simple steps within the pages of this book! Connect shapes, follow the lines, and before you know it, you’ll be developing your artistic talent. Each of the thirty images included has step-by-step, easy-to-follow directions to help you learn to create each of these cool illustrations. Whether it is a skateboarder, a soccer player, or a person taking a leisurely stroll, you’ll quickly become a pro at drawing them all with ease. You can either trace the images using the original image or hone in on your freehand skills by using the facing practice page included after each sheet of instructions. There is even a colored sample to give you an idea how to put the finishing fluorescent touches on your illustrations! Learn to Draw People also has the added bonus of sixteen coloring book pages that leave room for you to doodle images with your newly acquired skills. Each coloring image provides space for you to sketch an image from the thirty that you’ve learned from this book. Sharpen your pencils and get ready to spring your illustrations to life. Learn to Draw People: How to Draw Like An Artist in 5 Quick-and-Easy Steps will teach you how embrace your inner Picasso and have fun doing it!
|Author||: Jasmine Norris|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
How To Draw People Sketching human figures in ONE day! Drawing people, or even better, representation drawing, is a close correspondence in the middle of artist and subject. With line and tone we delineate the physical scene and character of another person. This is the thing that makes picture drawing a profoundly fulfilling engagement. Fledgling artists start withdrawing the eyes and developing the representation outwards. Others will start with an oval and utilize a non specific layout: the eyes are vertically focused; the nose, in like manner, is then focused between the eyes and button, and so forth. To be limit: this is a formula for a poor drawing. The greatest hindrance in drawing people is our imbued thought of what people look like. A distinction happens when we start to draw. We see an article as it may be, however no sooner pencil put to paper is than the typical previously established inclination of what we are looking at comes gurgling forward. A case is the point at which we draw an eye. Each novice artist draws the widespread image for an eye: a curved football shape with a circle for the iris. Learning how to draw people is about removing these typical previously established inclinations. The dependable traditional way to deal with drawing people is to first draw the huge general state of the head. For the most part, this is known as the contour. I want to term this first example as striking the arabesque. Phrasing infers goal. For me, contour is static though arabesque talks about cadence and development. The general state of the head is more rectilinear than it is an oval. Down-filled cushions that hold a shape when scrunched up are amazing feed for learning how to draw people. Once the arabesque is precisely drawn the following step is to put the forehead line. Anatomically talking, this is the Supra Orbital Eminence. This thick, level skeletal structure is the independently most imperative point of interest in drawing people. Lose this element and your representation drawing is damned. There are no mincing words here. From the forehead line each other component is mapped. Most learners will put the temples line too high. The explanation behind this, once more, is our ingrained typical assumptions. When we compare with other people it is the outward appearances that assume the biggest part in a dialog. Subsequently, we tend to over-underscore the face in our representation drawing. Investing even a short energy in this intense drawing activity pays great looking profits. Preparing yourself to reliably strike the arabesque and spot the temples line precisely is your basic initial phase in learning how to draw people. Here is a preview of what you'll learn: How to draw a girl standing How to draw a guy standing How to draw a girl standing How to draw a girl sitting How to draw a Men How to draw a man standing How to draw a lady Download your copy of "How To Draw People" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button.