Inspiration and instruction -- all in 10 lessons that take you from basic strokes to every aspect of composition. Plentiful drawings throughout provide extra guidance.
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From the rather bland titles one might think that these were two indistinguishable basic drawing books. Fortunately, they are two very different animals. Bays, a cheerful artist from the south of England, assumes that the student may know nothing more about drawing than printing the alphabet. Jackson writes for the artist, or would-be-artist, who already has a developed sense of line and form. The differences are apparent from the start: Bays's first chapter is called "Making Marks" and covers, obviously, making marks on paper. Jackson's first chapter, "Perception," offers sophisticated exercises in perceptual processes and methods of translating observation into drawings. Jackson stretches the boundaries of drawing into full color and multimedia. Both books are worthwhile purchases, but for different audiences: Bays for beginners, and Jackson for advanced students.
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