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Book illustrators, computer games artists, and others who want to develop their skill as specialists in fairy art will find this book a practical instruction guide and an imaginative source of inspiration. The author demonstrates how to bring magical people from the "otherworld" vividly to life in a series of progressive instruction units. Following an opening chapter that Book illustrators, computer games artists, and others who want to develop their skill as specialists in fairy art will find this book a practical instruction guide and an imaginative source of inspiration. The author demonstrates how to bring magical people from the "otherworld" vividly to life in a series of progressive instruction units. Following an opening chapter that specifies tools and materials, this book instructs in-- Rendering fairy subjects from sketches and/or photo of humans to finished illustrations Understanding human anatomy as the basis of fairy anatomy Drawing convincing fairy costumes Understanding and illustrating the many different kinds of fairies, including Sylphs, Dryads, Flower Fairies, Nymphs, Corn Spirits, Goblins, Pixies, Mermaids, Brownies, Hobgoblins, and many others Both beginners and experienced artists will find plenty of inspiration in these pages, whether they are working in traditional media or on computers. The book's spiral binding ensures that its pages lie flat while students follow instructions. Includes more than 350 how-to illustrations in color.


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Book illustrators, computer games artists, and others who want to develop their skill as specialists in fairy art will find this book a practical instruction guide and an imaginative source of inspiration. The author demonstrates how to bring magical people from the "otherworld" vividly to life in a series of progressive instruction units. Following an opening chapter that Book illustrators, computer games artists, and others who want to develop their skill as specialists in fairy art will find this book a practical instruction guide and an imaginative source of inspiration. The author demonstrates how to bring magical people from the "otherworld" vividly to life in a series of progressive instruction units. Following an opening chapter that specifies tools and materials, this book instructs in-- Rendering fairy subjects from sketches and/or photo of humans to finished illustrations Understanding human anatomy as the basis of fairy anatomy Drawing convincing fairy costumes Understanding and illustrating the many different kinds of fairies, including Sylphs, Dryads, Flower Fairies, Nymphs, Corn Spirits, Goblins, Pixies, Mermaids, Brownies, Hobgoblins, and many others Both beginners and experienced artists will find plenty of inspiration in these pages, whether they are working in traditional media or on computers. The book's spiral binding ensures that its pages lie flat while students follow instructions. Includes more than 350 how-to illustrations in color.

54 review for The Fairy Artist's Figure Drawing Bible: Ready-To-Draw Templates and Step-By-Step Rendering Techniques

  1. 4 out of 5

    F.P.

    This is a useful book with a lot of visual information (like body-part and clothing information) about building fantasy characters. I wish the images were a bit larger and the directions for recreating the images as detailed as in the author's other books. I've been feeling art-drained, tired of creating everything from inside myself. Right now I mostly want to work on exercises designed by others. Coming up with new ideas for visual-art projects has always been difficult for me. So far, for a b This is a useful book with a lot of visual information (like body-part and clothing information) about building fantasy characters. I wish the images were a bit larger and the directions for recreating the images as detailed as in the author's other books. I've been feeling art-drained, tired of creating everything from inside myself. Right now I mostly want to work on exercises designed by others. Coming up with new ideas for visual-art projects has always been difficult for me. So far, for a bunch of the images, I've copied and shaded them, then rescanned the shaded ones and printed them for painting so I can keep the penciled originals. I haven't gotten to painting any yet. I'm considering maybe not painting some--that ruins all the definition in the shading! Having always been more of a drawer than painter and having always loved looking at drawings, sometimes I kind of hate coloring line drawings because then it somewhat ruins the images for me. I've taken to doing less drawing before if I intend to paint; otherwise, the painting probably won't happen.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Ferrante

    A magical book. The illustrator gives readers the opportunity to copy templates and imitate her drawings or mix and match her ideas to come up with unique figures. The tips on color theme in detail are amazing. There's even a mini lesson on constructing the head. I'm going to use this book to create a mural for my garden. A magical book. The illustrator gives readers the opportunity to copy templates and imitate her drawings or mix and match her ideas to come up with unique figures. The tips on color theme in detail are amazing. There's even a mini lesson on constructing the head. I'm going to use this book to create a mural for my garden.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Samantha McGuire Mirror Bridge Jewelry)

    This is one of my all time favorite drawing demo books for fairy art. There is a large variety of drawing demonstrations that show how to draw the tiniest things you can add to your drawings, such as magic amulet bags, charms, purses, tree stumps, hats, different types of wings, mystical creatures, leaves, and other tiny details. It is a fun book to look through and get ideas from..

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