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A complete course for the can't-wait-to-get-started beginner! Got the urge to draw? What are you waiting for?! Getting started is as easy as 1-2-3 with Grant Fuller's Start Sketching & Drawing Now! Packed full of easy and fun techniques, readers will learn to create accurate and expressive likenesses of people, animals, landscapes, and objects. Suddenly rendering even something as mundane as an electrical plug will become an adventure in seeing-and as you'll discover, learning how to really see your subject is half the battle. * A progressive series of lessons range from proven exercises for developing hand-eye coordination, expressive line work and keen powers of observation, to creating the illusion of depth and dimension, realistic textures, reflections and more *30 step-by-step demonstrations cover an exciting range of subjects, including still lifes, landscapes, architecture, animals and people * Graphite pencil is the featured medium, but charcoal, pen & ink, colored pencils and pastels are also explored Practice is important, of course, but this expert instruction will fast forward you past many hours of trial, error and frustration. With every lesson you'll develop skills and confidence. Get started today with simple materials you may already have or can easily pick up at any major retailer. Before you kw it, you'll be able to capture a wide range of subjects with artistic style and vision.
Grant Fuller attended Vancouver School of Art and later became a commercial artist in Toronto. Grant now teaches drawing and watercolour full time, and his work has won him several awards and been featured in the media both locally and internationally. He lives in British Columbia, Canada and his work can be viewed at www.grantfuller.com