There's nothing quite so captivating as the elegant lines, powerful muscles and graceful movements of a horse. For centuries, artists have celebrated these exquisite creatures in their work - now you can too!
Lee Hammond shows you how with her special step-by-step method for breaking down each subject into easily drawn shapes that fit together like pieces of a puzzle. She'll teach you the basics of horse anatomy along with the finer details, including facial features, hair, legs and hooves. You'll learn blending and shading techniques to capture a horse's form and dimension, then give each animal personality, conveying emotion and spirit with startling realism.
Learn to draw horses of any age, in any stance. Master the techniques needed to render a horse in motion, and capture the speed, power and grace of an animal on the move. Hammond makes it easy, illustrating each lesson with start-to-finish exercises and invaluable advice.
So what are you waiting for? It's time to grab your pencil, saddle up and begin your new artistic journey.
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About the Author
A professional artist and instructor for 20+ years, Lee Hammond has authored and produced 40+ North Light and ArtistsNetwork.TV products. She has owned and operated the Midwest School of Art in Lenexa, Kansas for six years and now has a studio in Overland Park, Kansas where she teaches. She conducts drawing seminars, gives school lectures and mentors nationwide. Visit her website at LeeHammond.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A great book for the average drawer to boost their work. Although I disagree with some of the techniques, this is possibly the most realistic horse drawing book I've seen so far, and I'm proud to have it part of my collection.
This book is pretty good, but I don't like the method she introduces. There's good drawings to practice with, thought. Some seem to be a bit advanced.