Drawing for Beginnersby Dorothy Furniss
We must think with the brush and the pencil ; we
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We are told that when a Japanese artist wishes to paint a flower he watches its growth from bud to blossom and then to seed. After a little time has elapsed he takes up his brush and paints his remembrance of the flower. Whether he could describe the manner in which he intends to paint that flower is doubtful.
We must think with the brush and the pencil ; we must think first and then draw around our "think".
I hope that this book may help you to arrange your thoughts. It is but a helping hand on the broad highway that leads to the great world of art.
You will find the following in this book: Technical Hints, Simple Subjects for Drawing and Painting, Drawing Toys, Ourselves and Others, Hands, Feet, Head, Face, Features, and Hair, Drawing People in Right Proportions, Drawing Inanimate Things, Drawing Pets and other Animals, Color, and how to Find it, Measuring and Perspective, Sketching Out of Doors, How to Catch a Likeness, Action and Composition, Light and Shade, Correcting Drawings, and Materials.
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