Posts tagged Ebook
Posts tagged Ebook
I have a bunch of these art resource posts saved, I thought I should make my own. This Mediafire Folder includes a bunch of books by Andrew Loomis, Burne Hogarth, Bridgman, and Ernest Norling. The full list is:
- Alexander Speltz - Styles Of Ornament
- Alwyn Crawshaw - Outdoor Painting Course
- Andrew Loomis - Creative Illustration
- Andrew Loomis - Drawing Heads And Hands
- Andrew Loomis - Figure Drawing
- Andrew Loomis - Figure Drawing - For All It’s Worth
- Andrew Loomis - Fun With A Pencil
- Andrew Loomis - How To - Drawing The Figure
- Andrew Loomis - Succesful Drawing
- Andrew Loomis - The Eye Of The Painter
- Augusto Vecchi - Figura Umana
- Betty Edwards - Color - A Course In Mastering The Art Of Mixing Colors
- Bridgman - Complete Guide To Drawing From Life
- Burne Hogarth - Drawing Dynamic Hands
- Burne Hogarth - Drawing The Human Head
- Burne Hogarth - Dynamic Figure Drawing
- Burne Hogarth - Dynamic Wrinkles And Drapery
- Carol Belanger Grafton - Arms & Armor Pictorial Archive
- Charles Reid - Portrait Painting In Watercolor.djvu
- Claire Golomb - The Child’s Creation Of A Pictorial World
- David Bellamy - Watercolor Landscape Course
- David Lewis - Pencil Drawing Techniques
- Don Seegmiller - Digital Character Design And Painting.chm
- Don Simpson - Figure Drawing Basics - Action And Structure
- Eadweard Muybridge - The Human Figure In Motion
- Ebook - Art of Drawing the Human Body
- Ebook - Digital Matte Painting. Techniques,Tutorials & Walk-throughs
- Ebook - Disegnare Il Corpo Umano
- Ebook - How To Draw Comics And Cartoons
- Ebook - Human Anatomy For Artists
- Ebook - The Vilppu Drawing Manual
- Ernest Norling - Perspective Drawing
- Famous Artists Cartoon Course PDF
- Gary Faigin - The Artist’s Complete Guide To Facial Expression
- Giovanni Civardi - Drawing Portraits Faces And Figures
- Glenn Fabry - Anatomy For Fantasy Artists
- Glenn Vilppu - Basic Figure Drawing
- Glenn Vilppu - Drawing Animals
- Gwen White - Perspective - A Guide For Artists, Architects And Designers
- J.D. Hillberry - Drawing Realistic TexturesIn Pencil
- Jack Hamm - Drawing Scenery Seascapes And Landscapes
- Jack Hamm - Drawing The Head And Figure
- Joseph d’Amelio - Perspective Drawing Handbook
- Ken Hultgren - The Art Of Animal Drawing
- Kimon Nicolaides - The Natural Way To Draw
- Lawrence Zeegen - The Fundamentals Of Illustration
- Leo Duff, Joe Davies - Drawing - The Process
- Matt Groening - Cartooning With The Simpsons
- Michael D. Mattesi - Force - The Key To Capturing Life Through Drawing
- Michael Leyton - The Structure Of Paintings
- Richard Taylor - Watercolorist’s Guide To Painting Buildings
- Richard Williams - The Animator’s Survival Kit
- Ron Ranson - Painting Skies
- Ron Ranson, David Taylor - Solving The Mystery Of Watercolour
- Ron Tiner - Figure Drawing Without A Model
- Sarah Simblet - Anatomy For The Artist
- Sheldon Borenstein - See, Feel, Trace, DrawIt
- Stan Lee - How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way
- Steve Whitaker - The Encyclopedia Of Cartooning Techniques.djvu
- Thomas C. Wang - Sketching With Markers
- Vernon Kerr - How To Draw And Paint Seascapes & Landscapes
- W. Taft, J. Mayer - The Science Of Paintings
- Walt Stanchlin - Gesture Drawing For Animation
- Wendon Blake, John Lawn - Portrait Drawing A Step-By-Step Art Instruction Book
If you like a book, do try to see if you can buy a real copy! I believe some of Loomis’ books were recently reprinted.
Advanced Animation by Preston Blair
Download the book here: http://onanimation.com/downloads/pdf/preston_blair_advanced_animation.pdf
I’ve re-blogged this once already, but it’s worth doing again. This is probably one of the most important books if you want to get better at drawing. Not just animating, but drawing too. Learn how to properly construct characters, etc. Good shit.
Here’s something for everyone if you wanna up your drawing techniques, doodz
This crucial, hands-on tutorial is stuffed with examples of what a composition must search like and illustration of badly developed layouts. Spot potential problems ahead of they price time and funds, and adapt creative options for your very own projects with this invaluable useful resource…
Read it here
This is the most important thing you will ever learn.
Fucking stab the paper. Be a kamikaze bomber when you’re setting down a line and intend to screw up. Don’t be afraid because it’s really just lines on fucking paper in the end, make fun of it while perfecting every single line, any hesitation you had doesn’t exist anymore, and know you know exactly what you’re trying to do. Every line has a purpose.
ANYWAY. I don’t know how to make it any more clear than that. So mostly, yeah, hope the above couple pages from “Force” by Michael D. Mattesi will help someone.
This is a fantastic book! It’s one of the few that I have read a large chunk of! It’s on my ebook page if anyone is interested!
Translated into thirteen languages, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is the world’s most widely used drawing-instruction guide. People from just about every walk of life—artists, students, corporate executives, architects, real estate agents, designers, engineers—have applied its revolutionary approach to problem solving. The Los Angeles Times said it best: Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is “not only a book about drawing, it is a book about living. This brilliant approach to the teaching of drawing … should not be dismissed as a mere text. It emancipates.”
As promised, and as long put-off, here are my favourite pdf art books, these are the best of the best I’ve found in my travels! They’re all great but each author has a specific area he’s great at:
- Bridgman: really sketchy, like sometimes almost too much. Good for proportions though and seeing how things fit together.
- Burne Hogarth: really stylized and so not quite 100% realistic, but he portrayed the 3D shapes really well, and if you study this and keep his drawings in mind when you draw people, your figures will have a much more realistic weight distribution.
- Jack Hamm: an old fashioned guy, good for drawing faces in a realistic, old comic-book-y way. Covers lots of hard-to-draw angles of the face that others forget, too!
- Eliot Goldfinger: this is really really technical almost medical anatomy-level complexness. But it breaks things down into muscle masses which are good to keep in mind if you have a difficult character to draw.
- Michael Hampton: THIS IS THE BEST. This one has everything, everything is colour coded, it’s fucking amazing in every way. This is like the be-all end-all of anatomy books, GET THIS.
- Force, Life Drawing for animators: this one is amazing. This one teaches you how to DRAW the ENTIRE FIGURE, but not in little chunks- you need to know how to capture the flow of the body to make it not look like shit. This book teaches what separates the good artists from the MASTER artists. GET THIS.
- Vilppu Drawing Manual: This is also a great book that combines some of these two big elements of drawing. Sort of retro but everything is really amazing, this is a big one.
- Victor Perard: if you’re like me you revolve around line art, not painting. This book is awesome for us people. Lots of great poses to study and learn from, teaches you how to take masses and make line art of them. Very good.
so, Go forth! Share and reblog this post for others, if needbe, it is full of win. Or just the URL, that’s cool too. Thanks everybody who waited for me to upload it all!
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