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DRAWING, PAINTING

1.
Christopher Hart
Manga for the Beginner Midnight Monsters: How to Draw Zombies, Vampires, and Other Delightfully Devious Characters of Japanese Comics

Using step-by-step instruction on how to draw Japanese manga and anime zombies, vampires, and monsters, best-selling author Christopher Hart teaches artists how they can create their own spooky manga characters.

With the occult running rampant in today’s television, movies, and other media, it’s no wonder that the scary, monstrous, and dark characters of manga have become so popular. From drawing monster eyes to goth boys, Manga for the Beginner Midnight Monsters teaches artists how to draw these creepy and mysterious characters that they just can’t get enough of.

Packed with expert tips on drawing:
· Zombies
· Vampires
· Werewolves
· Goths
· Witches
· Sorcerers
· And so much more!

2.
Victoria Charles
Erotic Drawings

From Michelangelo to Rubens, Degas and Picasso, erotic art has attracted many great masters, who created works that captivate the beholder like few others. In spite of, or maybe even because of, this attraction, erotic art has never failed to evoke controversy, and regularly had to defend itself from charges of pornography. This book guides readers from early portrayals of erotic scenes produced in the 16th and 17th centuries, to contemporary highlights such as Picasso’s sketchbook drawings, encompassing a large variety of styles and techniques.

3.
Richard Huber
Treasury of Fantastic and Mythological Creatures: 1,087 Renderings from Historic Sources

Drawing on centuries of history, this work is an encyclopedic collection — undoubtedly the largest royalty-free collection of its kind — of devils, dragons, mythical creatures, fanciful beasts, animal-gods, totemic figures, and other supernatural beasts from the darker regions of man’s imagination. Spanning many cultures and eras, the collection ranges from prehistoric rock paintings to the drawings of Max Ernst, from the masks of black Africa to the gargoyles of Notre Dame.
This volume incudes over 1,000 renderings of designs from ancient Egypt, Greece, and the Middle East: winged lions, harpies, griffins, satyrs, dragons, and more. Medieval centuries are represented by a wealth of monsters, demons, centaurs, and other creatures from The Book of Kells, anonymous Viking artists, and the works of Hieronymus Bosch, Dürer, and others. Global in scope, this vast trove also includes hundreds of non-European imagery: papier-mache masks from Latin America, Oriental deities and demons, feathered serpents from pre-Columbian Aztec and Mayan sources, Navajo sand paintings, and more.

4.
Bil Donovan
Advanced Fashion Drawing: Lifestyle Illustration

Advanced Fashion Drawing is a practical book showing how to illustrate for the fashion and lifestyle market.Renowned fashion illustrator Bil Donovan shows how to create an illustration with a sense of fashion, rather than one that concentrates solely on the fashion figure. A series of demonstrations and exercises help the advanced illustration student hone their skills and increase their level of draftsmanship, while establishing their own personal style.

5.
Tony White
The Animator’s Sketchbook: How to See, Interpret & Draw Like a Master Animator

The Animator’s Sketchbook will teach students of animation how to improve their work through observation and drawing. It will show readers how to access their inner “animator.” With over 60 different gesture and drawing exercises, this book enhances vision, analysis, understanding, and the core skills required to become a master animator.

Filled with extensive practice pages, Tony White’s Sketchbook, invites students to demonstrate what they learn. Each exercise is timed, so that the skills acquired, are optimized for efficiency and comprehension.

The style and technique of the art produced will be entirely up to the reader, thus making no two sketchbooks alike.


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