Drawing Made Easy Dragons & Fantasy Unleash your creative by Kythera of Anevern
By Kythera of Anevern
Рисование огнедышащих тварей и таинственных, магических существ никогда не было так весело и так просто! В этой небольшой книге, фантазия художника Kythera of Anevern демонстрирует, как рисовать драконов, эльфов, огров и других существ! Drawing fire-breathing beasts and mysterious, magical creatures hasn't ever been quite a bit fun—or really easy! during this 64-page how-to-draw publication, fable artist Kythera of Anevern demonstrates the way to draw dragons, fairies, ogres, merfolk, and every little thing in among! Readers will detect in-depth assistance and methods for drawing textures reminiscent of fur, hair, scales, and tooth, in addition to gains like tails, wings, talons, hooves, and horns. With a wealth of fanciful drawings and in-depth guideline on re-creating impressive creatures in graphite, this booklet is perfect for a person who's fascinated with the wonderful.
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Beneath them there can also be seen, in the center, a person reduced to a head, a trunk, and a leg, with one vertebral column that appears to be escaping from him. If I have dwelt at such length on the detail of these two drawings, it is because they seem to me characteristic of Antonin Artaud's procedure at that time. He has to take possession of the whole space, peopling it with signs and words, garnishing it in all possible directions with diverse weapons, without permitting the slightest breach to appear in which malevolent forces could go to work.
16. V, 121. 17. VII, 481, n. 3. 18. I, 62. 11. Antonin Artaud, Lettres a Genica Athanasiou (Paris: Gallimard, 1969), p. 46. 12. Ill, 111, letter to Yvonne Gilles about November 22, 1923. 13. 'Amour" (Paul the Birds or the Place of Love) ( cf. I, 54-56), whose theme was taken from "Paolo Uccello," in Vies imaginaires (Imaginary Lives) by Marcel Schwob. A first version of this text was called "Drame mental" (Mental Drama). 'amour. 19. I, 147-148. 20. Andre Breton, Entretiens (Interviews) (Paris: Gallimard, 1952), p.
The gesture that Antonin Artaud must have made to inscribe such heavy marks in the paper is certainly the same one that I saw him repeat hundreds of times when, having discovered on his back, or his head, or 4I Paule :Jlevenin any other part of his body a spot of particular pain, he would stick into it the point of his pencil or his knife, pressing as hard as possible for several minutes. The first objects he drew are generally found in the margins; relatively geometrical in shape, they are often crosses, taus, coffins.