What to Draw and How to Draw It (Hardback)
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What to Draw and How to Draw It (Hardback)

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Hardback 80 Pages / Published: 26/02/2015
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Learn how to draw, with a masterclass from the man who inspired Walt Disney. Credited with being the inspiration for Walt Disney to pick up a pencil and pursue a career in animation, E G Lutz's method of drawing complex illustrations in gradual, simplified stages paved the way for many of the artists and illustrators who followed him. * Learn how to draw a delightful range of subjects, from animals and people to toys, buildings and landscapes. * Pictures are broken down into simple shapes and lines, which are then built up, with the aid of clear step-by-step instructions, into beautiful drawings. * Simple to follow, yet using principles seen in sophisticated artworks and animations today, this guide can help budding artists of all ages to develop their skills. Nostalgic yet timeless, this historically and culturally important book has inspired so many adults and children to draw and can help you too to discover the delights of creating your own artwork.

Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781910552032
Number of pages: 80
Weight: 484 g
Dimensions: 172 x 250 x 10 mm

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“Beautiful book”

Originally published in 1913, this is a lovely, charming book, which is very good at teaching both adults and children how to draw.
In simple steps it shows the reader how to draw (mostly) animals and people, and... More

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