Perfect for aspiring designers, Drawing and Painting Beautiful Faces is an inspiring, mixed-media workbook on how to draw and paint beautiful, fashion illustration–style faces.
Author: Jane Davenport
Publisher: Quarry Books
Perfect for aspiring designers, Drawing and Painting Beautiful Faces is an inspiring, mixed-media workbook on how to draw and paint beautiful, fashion illustration–style faces. Author Jane Davenport is a beloved artist and international workshop instructor known by her thousands of students and fans for her over-the-top, enthusiastic, happy, and encouraging style. In Drawing and Painting Beautiful Faces, Davenport guides you, step by step, through the foundations of drawing a face, developing successful features, creating skin tones, playing with bright colors, shading, highlighting, and much more as you learn to create amazing mixed-media portraits. With this elegantly designed guidebook, you will quickly master a variety of techniques in a variety ofmediums, including: Pencil Marker Pen Watercolor Acrylic paint Ink Pastel Ephemera Drawing and Painting Beautiful Faces will have you dancing your way through the exercises. In no time at all, you will have a selection of beautifully faced portraits ready to view, display, or even sell to a fashion designer.
I'm happy to report that I've grown out of painting freckles in black and have taken
my kiddie drawings to a level where I help ... on a face—the subtle shading or tick
marks, the meticulous detail, or softened edges that create a beautiful face.
Author: Amarilys Henderson
Publisher: Quarry Books
In Drawing and Painting Expressive Little Faces, artist and popular Skillshare instructor Amarilys Henderson shares her practical and creative techniques for drawing and painting faces with style and personality. Gathering supplies. Consider the creative possibilities of watercolor, ink, and markers, and create a mobile sketch pack so you can capture faces and expressions on the go. Simplifying the face and identifying proportions. Use photos to simplify the face’s key elements, learn about facial proportions and factors and variables for placing facial features, and apply these concepts through a simple warm up using a single color to paint a face in multiple values. Facial shapes and features. Learn about the five basic facial shapes and how to modify the chin line, ears, and hairline, and how to draw and paint mouths, eyes, and noses and make alterations to show pose and personality. Mixing color. The pigments and brushes you’ll need to achieve a wide range of realistic skin tones, shadows, and expressions. Bringing faces to life. Navigate the process from start to finish, learn to adjust line quality to suggest different genders and ethnicities, and change up artistic styling to put a unique spin on your creations. Project ideas. Get inspired by some cool ways to apply your new skills: party invitations, repeat patterns, comic books, and more! Don’t be intimidated by the challenge of drawing and painting faces. Improve your face game with Drawing and Painting Expressive Little Faces!
This comprehensive guide contains all the information you need to start drawing and painting beautiful, lifelike portraits.
Author: Tim Chambers
Publisher: Walter Foster Pub
Describes the structure of the human skull, shows how to render the hair and facial features, and provides information on such topics as tools and materials, color, lighting, working from life, and working from photographs.
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Author: Joanna Henly
Publisher: Rockport Publishers
This debut book in the Pocket Art series is packed with expert technical guidance on drawing realistic portraits in pencil and stunning, inspirational examples. London-based artist Joanna Henly (a.k.a. Miss Led) guides you through every aspect of pencil portraiture with a lively, graphic approach to instruction—demystifying the complexities of the human face with step-by-step illustrations and expert tips. Get started with a quick overview of how to set up your work space, how to hold a pencil, and tips on mark making. A section on understanding the face begins with a look at its underlying structure (the skull and muscles) and includes guidance on capturing facial relationships from different angles. Then learn to accurately draw each individual feature—eyes, ears, nose, mouth, skin tones, and hair—with illustrations of their anatomy and examples of their differing shapes. You’ll also find tips on rendering the facial expressions of your subjects. The exercises demonstrate and reinforce the skills as you go, while the incredible artwork inspires and motivates. With its compact size and sturdy flexi binding, you can carry this invaluable resource everywhere you go—in your backpack, bag, or pocket.
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Author: Tamara Laporte
Publisher: Quarry Books
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Inspired by artist Tamara Laporte’s popular online art classes (willowing.org), Create Your Life Book presents 18 step-by-step mixed-media drawing and painting projects that encourage self-fulfillment through the creative process. Tamara’s kind, non-judgmental voice guides your way. What is holding you back? Where do you want to go? Let go of the past! Use these expressive exercises to help you recognize your personal challenges and other obstacles, then work through them. Let go of limiting beliefs, find courage, feel gratitude, heal pain, and develop self-love as you playfully create. Each themed chapter presents four to five two-part projects. First, you will explore a common issue that hampers creativity and/or positive self-worth. The second portion is a step-by-step mixed-media art project designed to help you work through that issue. Just a few of the explorations: Let go of what no longer serves you by taking stock of what’s holding you back, then create a zentangle butterfly to symbolize you flying away from those limiting things. Embrace and love your inner quirky bird by taking an inventory of your quirky traits, then create a bird that celebrates them. Heal old wounds by writing a letter to yourself as a child, then create a house to keep your inner child safe. Adding rich variety to the messages and art inspiration, some of the project outlines have been contributed by Tamara's guest teachers: Roxanne Coble, Andrea Gomoll, Alena Hennessy, Mystele Kirkeeng, Ivy Newport, and Effy Wild, each of whom are noted mixed-media artists in their own right. The final chapter presents a simple binding method for creating a keepsake book of your Life Book projects. Steeped in inspirational images and uplifting affirmations, Create Your Life Book can help you achieve both personal and creative growth.
As a result of their glib drawings, not only do the faces they paint not look like the
originals, but they appear to be the ... Again on Paintings, 2140 Even when they
paint an attractive woman with a beautiful face, these painters end up by drawing
Author: Norinaga Motoori
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
One of Japan s most renowned intellectuals, Motoori Norinaga (1730 1801) is perhaps best known for his notion of mono no aware, a detailed description of the workings of emotions as the precondition for the poetic act. As a poet and a theoretician of poetry, Norinaga had a keen eye for etymologies and other archaeological practices aimed at recovering the depth and richness of the Japanese language. This volume contains his major works on the Yamato region the heartland of Japanese culture including one of his most famous poetic diaries, The Sedge Hat Diary (Sugagasa no Nikki), translated into English here for the first time. Written in 1772 while Norinaga journeyed through Yamato and the Yoshino area, The Sedge Hat Diary was composed in the style of Heian prose and is interspersed with fifty-five poems. It offers important insights into Norinaga the poet, the scholar of ancient texts, the devout believer in Shinto deities, and the archaeologist searching for traces of ancient capitals, palaces, shrines, and imperial tombs of the pre-Nara period. In this piece Norinaga presents Yoshino as a common poetic space that readers must inhabit to develop the common sense that makes them live ethically in the poet s ideal society. Norinaga s ideal society is deeply imbued with the knowledge of poetry and the understanding of emotions as evidenced in the translation of Norinaga s twenty-six songs on aware (pathos) also included here. The rest of the volume offers translations of several essays by the poet that shed further light on the places he visited in Yoshino and on the main topic of his scholarly interests: the sound of the uta (songs) from his beloved Yamato. An introductory essay on Norinaga s poetics serves as a guide through the dense arguments he developed both practically in his poems and theoretically in his essays. "
The book is divided into 15 chapters, and as the title suggests, it is planned as a 15-days course wherein all the relevant aspects of drawing and painting have been explained in simple and lucid language with hundreds of illustrations and ...
Author: A.S. Hashmi
Publisher: Pustak Mahal
The book is divided into 15 chapters, and as the title suggests, it is planned as a 15-days course wherein all the relevant aspects of drawing and painting have been explained in simple and lucid language with hundreds of illustrations and diagrams. The students while pursuing the course will gradually learn the importance of lines -- thin, thick, straight, dotted, curved, zigzag, horizontal, cross, slanting, etc. They will appreciate the role of shape, light, texture, balance, harmony, contrast, rhythm, tone, emphasis, span, colors, etc. They will develop a perspective and a point of view and will be able to distinguish between light and highlight, shade and shadow. The book, it is hoped, will be found useful by all those persons, young or old, professionals or amateurs, who have some taste, love for art and artistic creations.
The drawings are set where they can be seen , and every suggests that the more
beautiful face is from the hand of Filippino ... Its importance is the to a painting by
Simone at Florence , and when we consider the beauty greater because the ...
In a clear elaboration upon his title for the show ( “ People are more beautiful
than they think . Long live their true faces ” ) , Dubuffet rejects conventional
definitions of beauty , and insists that what interests him is a more fundamental ,
In their sculptures you will find beautiful faces , beautiful throats , but hands
without action . They believed not in action , but in repose . There was Poussin , a
lovely old chap ! How the critics were down on him when he painted “ Moses
Author: William Morris Hunt
It is one of those designs which , like the How They Met Themselves and the
Mary Magdalene drawing and the Death of Lady Macbeth , is ... of small size and
in pencil or ink , as , on the other hand , such paintings as the Proserpina or such
chalk drawings as Pandora . ... ( one of the artist ' s most beautiful faces ) and a
finished chalk drawing preliminary to the picture called The Day Dream , the
three great ...
Author: William Sharp
Publisher: London : Macmillan
At that time “ no painting was When Raphael was twelve years old he went not
care to go , so he declined tlie invitation salable ... was new to him , and we can
almost hear the ture from this drawing . ... to be the head of the family , but the
worked out in tapestry and to be used for dec - at the beautiful face of the “ divine
The few relics of ancient painting which have survived the lapse of ages and the
hand of the spoiler , all date from the ... the appearance of those fragile forms —
those delicate hands — those beautiful faces and fine tastes — as indicated in ...
Author: John Sherer
Category: Women in art
Paintin g the Head in Colors on Porcelain—Drawing and Sketching Ianighly
Colored Faces“Cast Shadows—Painting the ... and Beautiful Are— Transferring
Pictures to China and Other Ware—Imitating Exactly Beautiful Painting —
Author: American Mutual Library Association
Or, Profit and pastime. A self teacher in all branches of decorative art, embracing every variety of painting and drawing on china, glass, velvet, canvas, paper and wood. The Secret of All: Transparencies, Sketching from nature, Pastel crayon drawing, Taxidermy, etc.
of them from live models , but he used these models only to guide him in the
painting of beautiful faces , to be surrounded by ... He did , however , do many
head - and - shoulder portrait sketches and ink drawings of friends ( mostly
women ) ...
Author: Carl A. Peterson
How To Paint Beautiful Landscapes And Seascapes180 . How To Gutknecht Thin
Willian ... How To Draw And Paint Landscapes - Walter Foster 9 . How To Draw
And Paint ... Faces And Features - Fritz Willis 110 . Seapower - Earl Daniels 111
Author: Al Mack
This is the combative instinct , or we instinctive gift , of the magic of his drawing .
Reynolds may call it the ... This insinuation , which proved give richness to the
pleasant paint above . Romney nothing but the natural ... Hence we have ,
besides some of the best , a of a beautiful face lit with the shock of eager eyes .
great many ...
Indeed , I scarcely know what is meant by a beautiful face . ... In painting my own
face it has always seemed to me that I maintain a remarkably perfect objectivity
and neutrality . ... When you begin to learn drawing or painting the mere technical
difficulty of expressing your reaction to what you see is for a long time sufficiently
Author: Richard Rees
Publisher: London : Secker & Warburg
Motivation Develop the children's interest in drawing heads and faces of people
by talking with them about the pleasure they experience in looking at the
beautiful faces in the painting, “The Madonna of the Chair.” Ask them whether
they would ...
Author: Cora Elder Stafford
Designed to develop childrens' creative abilities, increase their appreciation of arrangements which have pleasing art qualities, broaden their understanding f art concepts, and develop art skills and techniques.
They also took the opportunity to sketch the poet and Hockney was surprised
when Auden was 'a bit grumpy about having three people there'. ; He reminded
Hockney of a school ... Dr Banks was keen tor Hockney to paint his portrait. ... '
Celia has s beautiful face, a very rare face with lots of things in it which appeal to
Author: Sarah Howgate
Publisher: Yale University Press
David Hockney (b. 1937) is one of the most significant artists exploring and pushing the boundaries of figurative art today. Hockney has been engaged with portraiture since his teenage years, when he painted Portrait of My Father (1955), and his self-portraits and depictions of family, lovers, and friends represent an intimate visual diary of the artist’s life. This beautifully illustrated book examines Hockney’s portraits in all media—painting, drawing, photography, and prints—and has been produced in close collaboration with the artist. Featured subjects include members of Hockney’s family and private circle, as well as portraits of such artists and cultural figures as Lucian Freud, Francesco Clemente, R. B. Kitaj, Helmet Newton, Lawrence Weschler, and W. H. Auden. The authors reveal how Hockney’s creative development and concerns about representation can be traced through his portrait work: from his battle with naturalism to his experimentation with and later rejection of photography, and from his recent camera lucida drawings to his return to painting from life. Featuring more than 250 works from the past fifty years, David Hockney Portraits illustrates not only the fascinating range of Hockney’s creative practice but also the unique and cyclical nature of his artistic concerns.