Easy-to-follow guide by a renowned artist and teacher offers a systematic approach to learning proportion, rules of repose and motion, and basic forms. Using the anatomic details of the horse and cow, the student learns how to modify these drawings to portray a dog, lion, and other animals. 71 black-... read more
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Easy-to-follow guide by a renowned artist and teacher offers a systematic approach to learning proportion, rules of repose and motion, and basic forms. Using the anatomic details of the horse and cow, the student learns how to modify these drawings to portray a dog, lion, and other animals. 71 black-and-white illustrations; 78 figures in color.
Unabridged republication of the English edition first published by Transedition Books, Oxford, 1994.
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