The Art of Perspective : The Ultimate Guide for Artists in Every Medium Paperback
by Phil Metzger
The ultimate guide for artists in every medium. Every artist needs to know how to create the illusion of depth and distance. Packed with specific tips and instruction for several different mediums including acrylic, oil, watercolor and graphite Teaches essential perspective techniques through easy step-by-step demonstrations and exercises Starts simple and moves on to complex scenes and challenges such as stairways, curves, and non-rectangular objects Most books that cover perspective thoroughly are difficult to navigate.
This book provides comprehensive and friendly instruction within a user-friendly North Light design
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 208 pages, colour illustrations
- Publisher: F&W Publications Inc
- Publication Date: 28/09/2007
- Category: Theory of art
- ISBN: 9781581808551
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Review by LynleyS
A number of years ago I was given advice to 'draw what you see, not what you know is there', and that advice has done me pretty well so far. I guess I was hoping to find a book that built upon that, to give me some confidence with the conceptual drawing I'll be doing over the next few months. This book would definitely be good for absolute beginners, but unfortunately it wasn't quite was I was looking for. But it did include some things I hadn't been expecting in a book about perspective, including aerial perspective and how reflections behave.<br/><br/><br/>