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  • How to Draw eBooks - FREE

    For those looking for help in drawing, here is a link to some free ebooks. Just "join" and you can download what you want.

    Artist Daily

    Joggernot

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    Re: How to Draw eBooks - FREE

    http://www.alexhays.com/loomis/Andre...a%20Pencil.pdf

    Thanks Joggernot, I downloaded a couple. Heres another one that I think is pretty good for anyone interested.

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      Thanks! I need the help!

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        Thank you for the link. Paul

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          Thank you, Joggernot and Robert, for the links.

          Ezzy

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            Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain (by Betty Edwards)
            This explains where your head has to be at for drawing to be easy.
            Also explains some exercises to help you switch from left side to right side.
            Otherwise it will be a struggle forever.

            The research to support this fact involved generations of people, brain-damaged in accidents.
            I, for one, don't want their tragedies to be in vain.
            Brian T

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              Re: How to Draw eBooks - FREE

              Originally posted by Robson Valley View Post
              Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain (by Betty Edwards)
              This explains where your head has to be at for drawing to be easy.
              Also explains some exercises to help you switch from left side to right side.
              Otherwise it will be a struggle forever.

              The research to support this fact involved generations of people, brain-damaged in accidents.
              I, for one, don't want their tragedies to be in vain.
              +1
              This is an excellent book for drawing. There is at least one newer edition now.

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                Re: How to Draw eBooks - FREE

                There is another, written by an artist with an entirely different motive.

                "The Zen of Seeing" drawn and handwritten by Frederick Franck. 1973.
                Vintage Books, a Division of Random House. No ISBN listed.

                He makes the case for there being a vast difference between looking at something and really "seeing" it. After reading the book twice, I understood that he was describing the left/right shift.
                Right side felt "meditative" to him and that was what he would encourage his students to attempt.

                You might score one for cheap in ABEBooks.com They claim 6 million titles.
                Brian T

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