View Full Version : Reference Sketching Help..
13-05-2005, 04:45 PM
This might seem strange (and probably the wrong forum, too..), but i was wondering if anyone could point me to any books (or online tutorials) that may help me to learn how to sketch properly. I am a n00b to 3D, though I did art at high-school, but i just can't draw very well.
Help would be greatly appreciated
14-05-2005, 09:57 AM
I do have some eBooks here about drawing if that will help I could send them to you! if yes then send me please a message, and I will Email you what I can, or maybe I will be able to give you the web address where you can download all that!!!
waiting for your reply
17-05-2005, 05:17 PM
Are the eBooks you have available in print? I would rather have a hard copy (original) if possible, as that would be the best for me. If so, could you post the title(s) or ISBN(s)?
17-05-2005, 08:54 PM
well yes I do have that! and of course original, but tell me first what kind of skeching do you want to learn, (human body, animals , houses ...etc) because all what I have here is about human Figure, and if that what you want then its:
Figure Drowing for all it's Worth, by Andrew Loomis I have it eBook,
and if you are really interested to learn how to draw human figure go to:
http://figuredrawings.com/index.html this site is great, it has lots of books for sale and there I guess you can find what you need. and more.
I have more stuff here, but I dont really have a book about general drawing, except one:
art school how to Paint & Draw by Hazel Harrison, ISBN 0-681-30397-2, it is a great book, it teaches you how to use Watercolor, Oil & Acrylic and Pastel. it has lots of examples, the book is 256 pages.
I do have also tons of tutorials online, that could help too, but I would recommend that you do your own search for that, this way you could see what you are buying, or what you are studying.
also try (if you are in the States) amazon.com, or Border (where you can find everything about anything), if you have any questions you can send a reply here or Email me.
have a nice day.
18-05-2005, 04:07 AM
Thats brilliant :). Thank you for the help, ill check them all out on amazon when i got time, busy with exams at the moment :(. I'll probably have more questions later on when i get down to it.
Thanks again, greatly appreciated :D
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