Discover how to make your character drawings even more realistic with step-by-step instructions and tips and tricks for creating ...
Download est disponible immédiatement
Discover how to make your character drawings even more realistic with step-by-step instructions and tips and tricks for creating the most lifelike portraits and facial expressions. Grab your sketchbook, pens, and pencils, and follow along as this instructional drawing guide teaches you everything you need to know about creating true-to-life human faces. With more than 150 easy-to-follow illustrations, Drawing Faces is the perfect guide for aspiring artists looking to develop their portrait skills. Start off simple with learning how to draw basic facial features. By the end, you will have gained the knowledge you need to make your characters' faces as realistic as possible including learning to draw:
Various facial expressions
And much more! Whether you're a beginner or a drawing pro, Drawing Faces is the perfect book to hone your technical drawing skills and take your illustrations to the next level.
Lise Herzog was born in 1973 in Alsace. From an early age, she used a ballpoint pen to fill drafts of A4 paper with drawings. In search of precision, she observes and redraws every day, trying to figure out how to represent things and disappointed the next day. So she starts again. This is how, quite naturally, she began pursuing her quest at the University of Plastic Arts and then at Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. In 1999, with her diploma in her pocket, she presented her sketchbooks to publishing houses-and so began her illustrative journey. The same year, she was selected to attend the Bologna Children's Book Fair. Since then, she has illustrated many fiction books and documentaries for young people and adults. Lise Herzog is also the author of drawing books, including The Easy Drawing, The Successful Drawing, Easy Color, and Easy Perspective and Composition Mango editions.
Informations sur le produit
Learn How to Draw Facial Expressions, Detailed Features, and Lifelike Portraits