How to Draw Anything



➼ [Download] ➹ How to Draw Anything By Mark Linley ➹ – E17streets4all.co.uk Anyone can draw Let Mark Linley inspire you to pick up your pencil and create a magical masterpiece His positive approach secures quick, accurate results and ever growing confidence Anyone can draw Let Mark Linley inspire you to pick up your pencil and create a magical masterpiece His positive approach secures quick, accurate results and ever growing confidence.How to Draw Anything

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the How to Draw Anything book, this is one of the most wanted Mark Linley author readers around the world.

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  • 288 pages
  • How to Draw Anything
  • Mark Linley
  • English
  • 28 November 2018
  • 1899606009

10 thoughts on “How to Draw Anything

  1. says:

    Author artist Mark Linley believes that anyone can learn to draw and inspires everyone to pick up a pencil and create a work of art Unlike many how to draw books those that provide step by step visual aids but no further insight Linley goes into a lotwritten detail.First of all an artist needs to be able to look properly Without studying the subject or object properly, no one would be able to produce an accurate sketch Starting with landscapes, Linley tells the reader how to and w Author artist Mark Linley believes that anyone can learn to draw and inspires everyone to pick up a pencil and create a work of art Unlike many how to draw books those that provide step by step visual aids but no further insight Linley goes into a lotwritten detail.First of all an artist needs to be able to look properly Without studying the subject or object properly, no one would be able to produce an accurate sketch Starting with landscapes, Linley tells the reader how to and what to look for when beginning a drawing in order to get a basic outline It is only after this is down on paper that specific details can be added.Linley explains various methods of shading and line marks to give a suggestion of perspective, and emphasises that an illustration does not need to be 100% accurate that is what cameras are for After landscapes, Linley takes the reader future artist through plants, animals, people and cartoons in a similar manner.Each chapter provides the reader with a few assignments to undertake based on what they have read, or the example illustrations Many of these tasks are to copy Linley s own examples, however he stresses that the outcome does not need to or rather should not look exactly like his Each artist needs to develop their own style.I found How To Draw Anything a lotuseful than the ever popular step by step guides that most people gravitate to In those types of books we are NOT taught to draw, we are taught to copy You may be able to accurately draw the same cat as the artist author of the book, but you would not know where to start when face with a real life cat Linley tells us what to look out for and where to start in these situations you feel like you are actually learning something.Mark Linley comes across as a humorous individual his writing is full of puns and quips, intending to make the reader smile or laugh out loud, thus making them feelrelaxed about the subject Linley does not only attempt to teach people how to draw, he tries to make each of us feelcomfortable about our abilities and encourages us to keep on trying.Before reading this book I had already begun developing my own illustration style, however I gave a few of Linley s assignments a try see here I am pleased with my outcomes and feel inspired to trylandscape drawings in the future

  2. says:

    It s not among the best art books that I have read, nor does it cover the elements in a masterful way, it s just a book to show you how fun and easy the process can be if you re shooting for mediocre result However, because my father bought me this book on my 16th birthday along with a fancy pencil set I rate it five stars Forgive my bias judgement O

  3. says:

    Overall, there are some decent takeaways from this book but as a reader and a not so confident drawer, it got a little irritating that the author kept using the word easy when talking about drawing Let s just say it was not the most effective way of encouraging someone to draw especially when we re not yet comfortable with our skill level He also kept emphasizing in several chapters that one has to look in order to draw properly, but he did not expound on this concept much at all It would v Overall, there are some decent takeaways from this book but as a reader and a not so confident drawer, it got a little irritating that the author kept using the word easy when talking about drawing Let s just say it was not the most effective way of encouraging someone to draw especially when we re not yet comfortable with our skill level He also kept emphasizing in several chapters that one has to look in order to draw properly, but he did not expound on this concept much at all It would ve been nice to readabout what we re supposed to look at per subject.Key takeaways creating outlines, finding shapes, shading with simple strokes and lines

  4. says:

    This book really helped me on my quest to properly draw I used to copy everything I could possibly copy from this book from landscapes to cartoons A great book to start off with when you re a young aspiring artist.

  5. says:

    If you have this book in your local library And there are none better, do spend time to copy a few suggested sketches.Otherwise, it is a waste of paper Wordy And a very unsure or untrained hand Overall there istext than drawing.And the title is misleading too Anything

  6. says:

    Really good book for a non drawing person easy to follow, pictures helped, enjoyed the excersises and explinations This little book will become my bible.

  7. says:

    thank you

  8. says:

    I think this is a great resource if I ever venture away from Zentangle.

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