Drawing People: How to Portray the Clothed Figure Book Pdf ePub

Drawing People: How to Portray the Clothed Figure

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4.17288 votes • 16 reviews
Published 27 Oct 2003
Drawing People: How to Portray the Clothed Figure.pdf
Format Hardcover
Pages175
Edition1
Publisher North Light Books
ISBN 1581803591
ISBN139781581803594
Languageen-GB



Draw Natural and Believable Clothed Figures
In Drawing People, award-winning illustrator and instructor Barbara Bradley provides all the information you need to render clothed human figures with energy, detail and control.
Bradley begins by teaching the basics of any drawing, including proportion, perspective and value. Next, you'll learn how to overcome the special challenges posed by clothing, including fabric folds and draping effects. Bradley illustrates how they're constructed and how to draw them in different situations--on male and female figures that are active or at rest.
These reliable, proven drawing techniques will add a natural feel to your art, resulting in figures that look as if they could walk, run or dance right off the page.

"Drawing People: How to Portray the Clothed Figure" Reviews

Elise
- Tucson, AZ
5
Thu, 11 Jul 2013

This is a fantastic book for anyone trying to improve their drawing skills. I have had it for years and I still always pull it out whenever I have a project involving portraying people.

Cerozart
- Genova, Italy
5
Fri, 14 Sep 2018

Fatto molto bene e con un sacco di consigli utili su come disegnare le persone.

Donyae
- Harrisburg, PA
5
Mon, 24 Jul 2017

Very good techniques and examples for drawing bodies that have clothing on them.

Chris
- Eagle Mountain, UT
4
Wed, 12 Sep 2012

Not the best choice for beginners. But it can be with continual practice. I keep it near my workspace as a reminder or quick reference.

Julia
- Littleton, CO
5
Tue, 05 Feb 2013

This is an excellent addition to my figure drawing library. Bradley offers a wealth of well illustrated techniques and ideas. Although similar in content to many of Hogarth's figure drawing books, the information is presented in a slightly different manner. This presentation is probably more helpful for a learner who requires a less analytical approach to figure drawing.

Leonard
- Chicago, IL
3
Sat, 14 Jun 2008

I bought this when I was making an utterly misguided attempt to learn to draw. It seems fine.

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