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Dragonart Fantasy Characters: How to Draw Fantastic Beings and Incredible Creatures
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You are viewing. Trending price New. People who bought this also bought. Non-Fiction Books. Rowling Multiple Copy Pack, I loved the tutorial on Western Dragons, which I find to be much more warlike than their cousins: the Eastern Dragons. The stick figure takes a different format within this book, although it still makes use of the same basic shapes that I have encountered when drawing humans.
Even so, it takes a while to draw a dragon either Western or Eastern , because dragons are typically big!
I find the tutorials easy to follow and enjoy seeing the dragons build from basic shapes. The book generally contains tips on colour, as opposed to how to colour your dragons. This hasn't bothered me too much, as I have managed to colour my dragons using both colour pencil and oils although I did find the colour wheel tips quite useful. The remainder of the book covers the drawing of many other mythical creatures, with my favourites being: Griffins, Unicorns and Sea Serpents.
Overall: an amazing book that can help you spend many an evening honing your dragon drawing skills. Fantasy art does not have to be just about fantasy characters, it can also be about fantasy landscapes, perhaps with no characters at all! This is the approach that's mostly taken by:. Fantasy Landscapes and Cityscapes.
I like the fact that this book starts by considering the range of mediums that are available to the fantasy artist: pencils and ink, watercolour, acrylic paint, oil paint and digital. Of these, my two favourites are oil painting and digital.
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This book then considers the techniques that can be used to bring your fantasy landscapes to life. Your artwork can then gain even more realism, when the book draws your attention to the elements of fantasy landscapes, such as: skies, clouds, mountains, caves, forests, trees, foliage, sand, snow, water and reflections. My favourite part of the book has to be the tutorials. Before reading these, Id never really appreciated the fact that its possible to use a rough sketch as the basis for your digital artwork!