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by Melody Peters,Wayne Enstice

eBook Drawing: Space, Form and Expression epub
  • ISBN: 0130981133
  • Author: Melody Peters,Wayne Enstice
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall; 3rd edition (April 12, 2003)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1770 kb
  • FB2 size 1290 kb
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This highly readable text is arranged in three sections, which each reflect the essential aspects of the process of drawing. Professor Enstice served as Director of the School of Art at the University of Cincinnati from 1995-2000, and is currently Professor of Art, teaching courses in drawing, including Senior Thesis Colloquy up to the graduate level. Melody Peters is a sculptor and freelance designer who has completed numerous public and private commissions.

This highly readable text is arranged in three sections, which each reflect the essential aspects of the process of drawing. The text addresses spatial and compositional organization, strategies for depicting three-dimensional form and light, and features an extended look at the way subject matter and form interact to produce content.

by Wayne Enstice and Melody Peters. Some folks might prefer a more basic text that goes into linear perspective and stuff like that a bit more, but these days that can all be found online. In my opinion this is the best book for a college drawing class, or for a drawing teacher. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 13 years ago. Good book, has great examples and the definitions are not that hard to understand. Ideal for any artist or reader that is interested in ART. Great Guide to the Process of Drawing.

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Start by marking Drawing: Space, Form, and Expression as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This highly-readable book describes the basic fundamentals of drawing in terms of spatial organization, three-dimensional form, and expressive value. Its portfolio of old and new masterworks allows the reader to compare and contrast these exemplary visual models, and the accompanying written descriptions clearly explain the works presented. This book covers such topics a.

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Wayne Enstice, Melody Peters. Its portfolio of old and new masterworks allows the reader to compare and contrast these exemplary visual models, and the accompanying written descriptions clearly explain the works presented

Enstice, Wayne, Peters, Melody.

Enstice, Wayne, Peters, Melody.

By drawing on the forms and features of more pedestrian animals, you'll learn how to give shape to the bizarre creatures that roam the depths of your imagination, adding to the bestiary of the ages. This book is loaded with clear step-by-step instructions and illustrations, anatomical charts and information, and before-and-after comparisons you won’t find anywhere else-all tailored to creating authentic Japanese-style manga. And in addition to the breakdowns of the various sections of the body, you’ll also learn how all the different elements-including faces and costumes-come together to form complete characters.

Wayne Enstice & Melody Peters, Drawing: Space, Form, & Expression, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, pp. 312–313. Marie-Paule Nègre, Des artistes en leur monde, volume 2, la Gazette de l'Hotel Drout, 2008, pp. 82–83. Ellen K. Levy, Synthetic Lighting: Complex Simulations of Nature, Photography Quarterly ( 2004, pp. 7–9.

This highly-readable book describes the basic fundamentals of drawing in terms of spatial organization, three-dimensional form, and expressive value. Its portfolio of old and new masterworks allows the reader to compare and contrast these exemplary visual models, and the accompanying written descriptions clearly explain the works presented. This book covers such topics as three-dimensional drawing and the picture plane; two-dimensional drawing, positive and negative shape, and ambiguous space; shape, proportion, and layout; the interaction of drawing and design; linear perspective; form in space; form in light; subject matter; expression; using color; drawing the human figure; and visualization. For creatives in the field of fine arts, graphic artists, and illustrators.

Comments: (7)
Malojurus
I'm enjoying the book. Had to get it for a class that I'm taking. Let me just say that I'm a beginner in drawing. No way am I talented enough to draw portraiture or anything of that nature but I do have a bit of talent and this book is helping me to hone my skills a little more better. It's well organized and in depth with details that I found in other books on space and form to not be there. Not pretentious and overtly complex with ideas. The techniques in the book make you feel at ease, which in turns let you learn the craft of artistry better in my opinion. Anyway this is just a simple review of the book so far since I'm still reading and learning. As well as draw my butt off. Having a great time doing it. I would recommend to beginners to professionals. Great read.
Memuro
My daughter uses this at college. As far as I know, all is great.
RuTGamer
This book is an excellent resource. It is very clear and the examples are really very helpful. If you are a beginner or an artist of years, there is very much to learn from this book. The text does offer some excercises, but it's greater strength is from the explanation of processes. The book doesn't play out as an analysis of art pieces, but describes the process of creating an expressive and cohesive work in pretty much any style of drawing. It tells you how to practice and what to look for in a subject and in your drawing. This was the textbook we used in my drawing classes and it has been an invaluable resource since then.

This book will help you find ideas and transfer them into your unique art.
Kizshura
my artist girlfriend likes it as a complete course.
Winasana
Got it for a drawing class, will keep it because of major. Buy it used.
Cesar
This is the 4th and 5th copy of this book that I (attempted to) order. This is a great book for anyone teaching Drawing 1 in college. I ordered a copy for a new instructor who is replacing me on maternity leave, and another one for myself because the last two copies have gotten stolen!! However, after getting an order confirmation, I never got the books! Then, several weeks later, well after the semester started, I got an email from the seller saying the item was out of stock and my money had been refunded. By then, I had found other means of communicating the material to the new instructor, mainly via my notes on this book because I have it memorized.
Flas
Though the content is solid and the images are good, it seems like an over priced book to me. I use it to prepare for classes and workshops and to refresh my chops on the basics but I will not require my students to have it.
Would have preferred to buy the latest edition of this book but this edition was very affordable and contains great infornation.
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