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Using pencils, charcoal, pastels, pen and ink, watercolours, felt pens and more, Giovanni Civardi teaches how to draw the people around us. He shows how to simplify the human figure, with illustrations and an easy-to-understand section on the importance of anatomy and proportions. Further explanations about tone, shadows and backgrounds give helpful advice on composing drawings with maximum impact. A wide range of techniques are included exploring folds and creases in fabric, dress style, texture, skin tones and perspective. Excellent examples of single figure studies, groups of people and subjects in situations such as the famous square of Montmartre offer lots of inspiration, making this book an invaluable addition to any artist's library.
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Giovanni Civardi is an Italian artist and teacher who for years has combined studies at the Faculty of Medicine, Milan, with the practice and teaching of sculpture.Review:
Apr 06 Book of the month "From rapid sketches to portraits and drawings of groups of people, this inspiring book teaches how to capture the many different forms and characters of clothed figures..." * minigallery.co.uk *
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Book Description Search Press, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1844480720
Book Description Search Press, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1844480720
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