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Pencil Drawing for the Beginner: People

Pencil Drawing for the Beginner: People

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Pencil Drawing for the Beginner: People

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171 pages
42 minutes
Lansat:
Feb 24, 2014
ISBN:
9781310627361
Format:
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Pencil Drawing for the Beginner - People

Table of Contents
Drawing Tools
Body Proportions
Body Shape
Polygonal Form
Ball Joints
Arms
Legs
Muscle Structure
Heads
Clothing
INTRODUCTION TO CARTOONS
TYPES OF CARTOONS
ELEMENTS OF A CARTOON
Large Heads
Body Proportions
Props and Objects
EXPRESSIONS
Additional Details for Portraying Cartoon Expressions
FACIAL FEATURES
Eyes
Nose
Mouth
Ears
DRAWING A SCENARIO
AGING YOUR CHARACTER

Step by step directions and example teaching you how to draw people, their bodies and cartoon people.

Lansat:
Feb 24, 2014
ISBN:
9781310627361
Format:
Carte

Despre autor

John Davidson is Director of the Program of Film Studies and Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures at the Ohio State University. His Deterritorializing the New German Cinema appeared in 1999, and he has published numerous articles on German film as well as political discourses and literary figures in cinema more generally. He serves on the editorial board of Studies in European Cinema (UK) and is currently working on a book project investigating cinema, labor, and mobility in twentieth-century Germany.


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Table of Contents

Drawing tools

Body Proportions

Body Shape

Polygonal Form

Ball Joints

Arms

Legs

Muscle Structure

Heads

Clothing

Words from the Artist

Introduction To Cartoons

Types Of Cartoons

Elements Of A Cartoon

--Large Heads

--Body Proportions

--Body Gestures

--Props and Objects

Expressions

Additional Details for Portraying Cartoon Expressions

Facial Features

--Eyes

--Nose

--Mouth

--Ears

Drawing A Scenario

Aging Your Character

Last Words from the Artist

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Drawing tools

Pencils

The most important tool you need to be able to enhance your drawing skill is a medium that can be corrected in case you make sloppy line strokes. It is better if you have pencils of different grades so you can have the kind of lightness or darkness you want to make. The ‘H’ engraved near on the pencil’s tip (side of eraser) stand for hardness, it ranges from 2H to 9H. A pencil with only an H mark and doesn’t have a number means 1H, the most common grade of a pencil (pencils without grade marks) is usually a 2H pencil. The B marking on the pencil stands for "blackness, this means the pencil produces a darker marking and is softer than H pencils. It ranges from HB (hard and dark) to 9B (very soft and very dark), and this means the higher the grade, the softer and darker it becomes.

Mechanical pencil

A mechanical pencil has a consistent wick or point which makes it easier for you to maintain the thickness of the line marks you produce, instead of sharpening your pencil several times just to have a thin and constant fine point. Different grades of lead or graphite is also available for refilling your mechanical pencil, just makes sure that the size of the point your pencil has is also the same as the pencil leads you refill it with.

Sharpener

A regular sharpener is quite dependable if you are using H and low B pencils, but if you are going to use it to sharpen a pencil with very soft graphite cores, it may keep on breaking, most especially if you will use it for a charcoal lead pencil. A

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    One of the few books that give easy reference for proportioning the human body