How To Draw Faces - Your Step-By-Step Guide To Drawing Faces [NOOK Book]

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If you want to know how to draw realistic faces quickly and easily from start to finish, then get the "How to Realistic Faces" guide. You can become a better artist by getting this step-by-step guide. In this book, you will discover how to draw realistic faces.

- Impress your friends and loved ones with your new realistic drawing skills.
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How To Draw Faces - Your Step-By-Step Guide To Drawing Faces

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Overview

If you want to know how to draw realistic faces quickly and easily from start to finish, then get the "How to Realistic Faces" guide. You can become a better artist by getting this step-by-step guide. In this book, you will discover how to draw realistic faces.

- Impress your friends and loved ones with your new realistic drawing skills.
- Save money in learning how to draw realistic faces the right way without taking expensive classes or enrolling in a university.
- Increase your marketability with your newfound talent to add to your resume.
- You can now draw your friends and loved ones or favorite celebrities’ faces.
- You can even give personalized art as a gift to others and truly touch them.
- If you enjoy art, then this is an opportunity to learn how to draw realistic faces.
- Gain a new relaxing hobby of drawing realistic faces anytime, anywhere.
- Learn how to draw realistic faces the fast way in just a few steps per lesson.
- Discover the secrets of drawing realistic faces the easy way with many details in this illustrated, step-by-step guide.
- Plus many more insider realistic artist secrets to help you draw better realistic faces starting today, with real results and improvement in just minutes a day.
The book is separated by chapters, each of them tackling how to draw a specific type of face, and then is further structured with easy to follow steps for drawing a specific type of face. The many step-by-step actions all have illustrated guides for the reader’s benefit. In short, everything you need to know about realistic drawing is inside this guide. Now, let “How To Draw Faces” help you start drawing faces better and faster starting today!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012438782
  • Publisher: HowExpert.com
  • Publication date: 5/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 710,889
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

HowExpert.com publishes short "how to" guides written by everyday experts who have real life, authentic experience about their topic.

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Therese Barleta has been drawing for over 20 years. Ever since the time she could first hold a pencil, she has been drawing and improving this skill in realistic drawing continuously. Growing up, art was always her passion, and while still studying in grade school, she dreamed of pursuing a career in the arts. While in school she accepted arts commissions, and eventually ended up with landing an illustrator position for a storyboards company as her first job. The company she worked for has done commercial illustration services for U.S and U.K. based companies such as Wendy’s, Ford Motors and Yoplait, to name a few.
During Therese Barleta’s childhood years, her mother always gave her a pencil and a stack of papers to draw on. As doodles developed into recognizable drawings of animals and people, her family discovered that she had a knack for drawing and they encouraged her to keep practicing this skill. Comic books such as Archie, Marvel and eventually Manga nurtured her love for drawing and then later developed her skill for drawing realistically when Interactive Arts Services employed her as a storyboard penciller. The job required constant drawing of different people of different ages, sexes and races in various everyday situations, and this constant practice sharpened her skill in realistic drawing
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2011

    Highly recommended

    What a comprehensive guide to drawing different kinds of human faces. Now I feel like I have the ability to become a great drawer. If there's a particular feature in the human face that you have a hard time drawing (for me it's the nose), then this e-book will greatly help you.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2011

    Great!!!

    Great+for+eight+year+olds

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2013

    Should i buy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2013

    Wait a second

    Does this show you how to auctially draw faces & heads cause i am terrible at that.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2012

    Love it

    Love it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2012

    Boring

    This book would be awsome but the free sample sucks becuse it dosen't even show you a drawing.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2012

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    Posted February 1, 2012

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    Hey u on september 15 thats my birthday yay

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    Question

    Does it teach to draw realistic anime?

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  • Posted September 8, 2011

    Very detailed.

    I've always wanted to be able to draw, but I thought that nobody could learn to draw well unless they had a natural talent for it. Reading this book, and seeing how some simple circles and lines can be put together to make a realistic-looking human face was really inspiring. Even I can put together lines and circles, and I think with some practice I wouldn't even need the guiding lines anymore.

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  • Posted July 22, 2011

    Helpful guide

    I have always liked to draw but don't do it as much as I would like because drawing faces has been a problem for me.

    After going through this book, I think I am ready to try again! This book provides very helpful detail for drawing faces. I never knew the proportions were quite as important as they apparently are. This book makes me want to keep trying my hand at drawing faces and to improve. I'm hoping that by following the instructions of this book, the faces that I draw will look much more realistic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2011

    A quick and step by step guide to help draw faces

    Drawing human faces to make them look really realistic is very much tricky. Proportion is a big factor to make the drawing look pleasant. A slight mistake in proportion could distort the face. This book taught me how to set up foundation to a proportionate human face drawing. Instructions are presented in a very simple, step by step manner that even beginners like me can understand. And one of the things I like in this book is that it not only teaches how to sketch realistic human faces, but also gives tips on how to draw faces of different race. Seeing the finished products inspire me. I know. I would need a lot of practice to make my human face drawings look really good. I'm glad I have this book around to frequently review it. This is a great collection for every one who loves to sketch and draw.

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  • Posted May 25, 2011

    very useful

    Faces are one of the things that are extremely hard to draw. Facial features depend on certain factors as ethnicity, gender and age. For some people it is hard to draw a face, let alone a face with an identity. All these are very challenging to a beginner, but this e-book has everything you need to start practicing and improving. Must read!

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