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Drawing Made Easy: Realistic Textures by Diane Cardaci

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By Diane Cardaci

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With step by step initiatives which are designed to assist sharpen artists' abilities and heighten their self assurance, this booklet demonstrates easy concepts for rendering the textures of daily gadgets, resembling steel, wooden, plastic, hair, fur, feathers, and more.

This 64-page publication simplifies the method with easy-to-understand directions and complete illustrations.

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45 Sitting When adding skirt creases to a seated character, it is extremely important to gain an idea of the overall form to avoid drawing the creases incorrectly. This skirt has considerable volume and a heavy appearance owing to the presence of a pannier underneath. 47 Sitting with the Legs Crossed The following pages show uniforms with two skirt lengths: a mini and a below-the-knee. The skirt on this page has a stiffer, more starched appearance than the skirt on the preceding page, owing to the presence of a pannier and petticoat underneath.

Nier worn underneath 7''= kirt gives it volume. 55 Sitting on the Floor, Holding the Legs Light Source ~ Adding large, bold patches of shading rather than detailed shadows to suggest numerous tiny rises is a more effecting means of shading relatively flat areas of fabric with only subtle undulations. Use large shadows to suggest the flow of fabric. - - ~ shoulder is pulled _ •, rd. Exposing the knee ever so slightly makes for a more charming composition. The pulling back of the arm causes the sleeve's hem to drop back.

45 Sitting When adding skirt creases to a seated character, it is extremely important to gain an idea of the overall form to avoid drawing the creases incorrectly. This skirt has considerable volume and a heavy appearance owing to the presence of a pannier underneath. 47 Sitting with the Legs Crossed The following pages show uniforms with two skirt lengths: a mini and a below-the-knee. The skirt on this page has a stiffer, more starched appearance than the skirt on the preceding page, owing to the presence of a pannier and petticoat underneath.

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