Complete first course covers basic techniques, line work, shading, tone, perspective, composition, even fixing, mounting, and framing. Engaging, easy-to-follow text enhanced with 155 unusually interesting illustrations, ranging from a Roman cavalry helmet, a sleeping baby, and Venetian gondolas to pa... read more
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Complete first course covers basic techniques, line work, shading, tone, perspective, composition, even fixing, mounting, and framing. Engaging, easy-to-follow text enhanced with 155 unusually interesting illustrations, ranging from a Roman cavalry helmet, a sleeping baby, and Venetian gondolas to palm trees, a London church, and Windsor Castle.
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