Excellent, clearly written how-to guide provides time-tested advice on training powers of observation, judging proportions of boulders, trees, clouds and other landscape forms; learning how to assess values (light and dark), and more. Includes valuable suggestions for using pencils, chalk, charcoal a... read more
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Excellent, clearly written how-to guide provides time-tested advice on training powers of observation, judging proportions of boulders, trees, clouds and other landscape forms; learning how to assess values (light and dark), and more. Includes valuable suggestions for using pencils, chalk, charcoal and other media. 180 line illustrations and halftones.
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