I can draw

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A brand-new approach to drawing that makes it fun and accessible for everyone, based on first-hand teaching methods developed over twenty years.

This book is not yet published, but will be available from March 2021.

ISBN: 9780500652428 Category:

Peng

Description

There’s no doubt about it: whether you’re a newbie or a dab hand, drawing can often be daunting. That’s why cartoons are the best place to start! From the co-creator of the best-selling Hirameki: Draw What You See comes a stylish yet playful approach to drawing cartoons, designed to excite even the most tentative artists. Over several decades teaching in schools and art colleges, Austrian cartoonist Peng has developed expert knowledge of the building blocks of drawing and sketching. As he shows, creativity can come from anywhere. Entire sketches can spring up from the simplest lines or curves. Even found objects can spark brilliance – who knows, maybe a stone or leaf could provide the next flash of inspiration!

Peng’s easy-to-follow guide inspires confidence and creativity by showing how even complete novices can quickly learn how to draw characters and develop their own individual style. Starting with the basics of figure construction and moving through to expression, movement and animals, the artist conjures up delightful cartoons with wicked humour and a lightness of touch. Simple tips and exercises reveal how anyone and everyone can master the art of drawing, encouraging the reader to experiment with a variety of techniques executed through brush, pencil and pen. Don’t be afraid of drawing, concludes Peng, in this enjoyable and addictive starter book – you make the rules.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 23 x 26.6 cm
Publisher name Thames and Hudson Ltd
Publication date 11 March 2021
Number of pages 160
Format Paperback / softback
Dimensions 23 x 26.6 cm
Weight 300 g
Peng is an Austrian cartoonist and illustrator who, with the artist Hu, co-authored the Hirameki: Draw What You See series, published by Thames & Hudson. He has taught art in schools and at the Art University in Linz, Austria, and in 2003 was the winner of the 'Deutscher Karikaturenpreis' - the most important illustration award in the German-speaking area.