Using easy-to-follow, step-by-step sketches, DuBosque introduces readers to the techniques of three-dimensional drawing. Beginning with such elementary concepts as depth, he progresses logically through shading, reflections, and multiple vanishing points.
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Tis paper back book is the best way of undrtanding what happens to line and form in spcae that I have come across. For beginning artists of any age, or reviewing the principal of space and perspective, it offers some easy lessons and goes way beyond. As a long time art teacher and a practicing artist with grandchildren I have been looking for a book of this size and type. They are hard to come by. I have seen many art enthusists ruin a nice work by messing up simple shapes. You either train your eye to see what is really thereor remain an amateur. CCoit