Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners With 10 Projects.
"I can't draw faces" is a sentence that art teachers are very used to hearing. In fact, anyone can - drawing faces is no different from drawing a vase of flowers or a landscape. It's a question of looking and seeing without any preconceptions.
Bearing in mind this false idea that many people have, Susie Hodge introduces the subject at its most basic level. She starts with how to hold the pencil and position the paper, then moves on to composition, line, tone, light and shadows, structure, perspective and proportion. There are also very useful tips on how to pose a model comfortably.
A complete beginner will be amazed at what they can achieve by following the progressive series of demonstrations and learning from the tips, tricks and know-how of the experienced artist.