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eBook The Art of Animal Drawing: Construction, Action Analysis, Caricature (Dover Art Instruction) epub

by Ken Hultgren

eBook The Art of Animal Drawing: Construction, Action Analysis, Caricature (Dover Art Instruction) epub
  • ISBN: 0486274268
  • Author: Ken Hultgren
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dover Publications; Revised ed. edition (February 9, 1993)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1324 kb
  • FB2 size 1362 kb
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Hultgren then turns to individual animal forms-horses, deer, cats, cows and bulls, giraffes, camels, gorillas, pigs, and many more. His instruction on animal caricature will be especially valuable to the legions of artists avidly interested in the subject.

Hultgren then turns to individual animal forms-horses, deer, cats, cows and bulls, giraffes, camels, gorillas, pigs, and many more. The Art of Animal Drawing belongs in the library of any artist-student, amateur, or professional-who is interested in drawing animals. Series: Dover Art Instruction.

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If you want to learn to draw animals from memory, that's the book to get. I bought a couple others books on the subject since, but i always come back to this one. I find this book the equivalent of the Andrew Loomis series for human anatomy. Categories: Art\Graphic Arts.

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It helps with drawing animals in action, musculature, anatomy, caricature, etc. There are chapters on establishing mood and feeling, conveying action and brush techniques. Excellent book that should be in every young artist's bookshelf. This book is filled with beautiful drawings that are also accompanied by a short explanation and a rough sketch as well to show you the process of the artist at work. It is incredible at teaching you the anatomy of deer, bears, horses, etc, explaining how they move while also giving skeleton and muscle drawings to help you grasp how the animals body should look.

"You'll learn everything there is to learn about drawing animals." — Collectors' CornerThis thoughtful and incisive guidebook, written by a former animator for Walt Disney Studios, will help artists at many skill levels improve their ability to draw a wide variety of animal forms both realistically and as caricatures.You'll learn why the author considers construction, action analysis, and caricature all-important for a clear understanding of animal anatomy and movement. You'll also benefit from Mr. Hultgren's expertadvice and tips on catching the essential movement and character of animals and avoiding the stiff, wooden poses that are the frequent and unfortunate result of much sketching of animals from life. Throughout, the emphasis is on construction drawings (there are over 700 line illustrations and halftones) rather than on text. This means the student is able to view the development process of the drawing by example rather than theory or description.The book begins with introductory chapters on the special techniques of drawing animals, the use of line, establishing mood and feeling, conveying action, and brush techniques. Mr. Hultgren then turns to individual animal forms — horses, deer, cats, cows and bulls, giraffes, camels, gorillas, pigs, and many more. His instruction on animal caricature will be especially valuable to the legions of artists avidly interested in the subject.The Art of Animal Drawing belongs in the library of any artist — student, amateur, or professional — who is interested in drawing animals.

Comments: (7)
Faell
A wonderful resource for any artist interested in drawing some well-known animals; such as, horses or dogs. The sketching by Hultgren is phenomenal. This is NOT a book for beginning artist. If you are looking for a drawing book that gives you the step-by-step instructions using circles, triangles, and lines, you will not find that in this book. Other books are available that will give you this type of instruction.

Hultgren comes more from the viewpoint that you already have a fundamental understanding on how to draw. He does offer tips on drawing animals, but it is more advanced than draw three circles, then connect this circle to this circle. He speaks more of the specific elements of different animals; such as, verbally instructing you to divide the animal into three parts - forequarters, belly, and rear - and drawing a dorsal line between these parts. He also provides a section on mood and feeling that I found interesting and personally helpful. Furthermore, sections on the use of line, action analysis, and brush technique are included.

Now to get down to the specific animals Hultgren covers. For me the selection worked well, but it is not all encompassing. It couldn't possibly be, or else you wouldn't even be able to pick up the darn book. He offers detailed instruction on the Horse Family, Deer Family, the Cat Family, and the Bear Family. These are the most detailed sections of the book offering instruction drawing the skeletal and muscular structure of the animal. These sections also provide instruction on action, motion, specific body parts, and types of the animal. For instance, the lioness or the draft horse.

The other chapters of the book feature cows and bulls, giraffes, camels, gorillas, pigs, dogs, foxes, kangaroos, rabbits, squirrels, and elephants are not as detailed and do not offer instruction on muscular drawing. Additionally, each animal section offers a short introduction to caricature from 1/2 page to a maximum of 2 pages. I personally enjoyed looking at the caricatures. Not all of them were "typical" cartoon drawing. The final chapter in the book covers composition in animal grouping. It gives the artist the fundamental principals behind animal grouping composition.

This book is one of my favorites because it has really challenged my drawing abilities. I highly recommend this as a resource to those who have a fundamental understanding of drawing. For those of you starting out in drawing, I would recommend you find another resource first before pursuing this book.
Ndlaitha
Our daughter is working hard to become a math/science focused teacher for elementary and middle-school age students, and has been doing very well in the classroom and in the field.

However... the girl just could not draw at all -- not even stick figures -- and she really wanted to learn how to improve her ability to draw so that she might be able to use those skills to help make points in the classroom. That's an admirable goal; she is trying to do everything she can to help improve her ability to teach.

The pictorial materials in this book began to help her visualize how animal drawings should be conceived, as a build from detailed understanding of the animal itself. By looking through them and then tracing over the drawings, she gained better understanding (and now at least her cats look like cats and not alligators...).

Combined with a few other instructional books like Fast Sketching (Fast Sketching Techniques: Capture the Fundamental Essence of Elusive Subjects) and Drawing Realistic Faces (Secrets to Drawing Realistic Faces), she really has come a long way in the last year.

Highly recommended as part of a learning program.
Hugighma
I haven't finished going through it so far, but already I've used a few tips to improve my drawing skills. Dynamic poses are something I still struggle with, and this book discusses how to create the illusion of motion in a simple and easy to understand fashion.

Keep in mind this isn't your typical how-to-draw book, so I'm not sure how it will be for beginners just trying to get started in animal drawing, however for someone at an intermediate level who is trying to improve their skills, it makes a good reference.
Survivors
As a keen cartoonist and author of children's books about the sea I was looking for a serious book that combined not only authentic anatomy with a guide to capturing the essence of an animal's 'character' in cartoon format. Former Walt Disney animator Ken Hultgren's book promised this, and I was not disappointed. My only plea on how to make it even better would be to include a few marine animals (whales, dolphins, fish, crabs etc.) which are my own specialty. But that's just me! If you want a book that gives you all you'll need to draw serious pictures or cartoons of a wide range of (albeit) terrestrial animals, this is definitely the one to get.
Lailace
I've mainly stuck to drawing portraits of friends and family members but have wanted to explore how to draw animals. This book is filled with beautiful drawings that are also accompanied by a short explanation and a rough sketch as well to show you the process of the artist at work. It is incredible at teaching you the anatomy of deer, bears, horses, etc, explaining how they move while also giving skeleton and muscle drawings to help you grasp how the animals body should look. There are also a few more cartoon-looking drawings as well if you are interested in drawing in a more toonish style. The writing is brief but tells you exactly what you need to take from the drawings being shown. I sat down and done some quick 10 minute sketch work and was blown away with how well my sketches came out. I love this book!
Skilkancar
this is a reprint of a book from the 50's but the drawings are still very helpful to my daughter. She is teaching herself to draw animals and using this book to for that purpose. She likes that it was written by a former animator for Walt Disney Studios. It helps with drawing animals in action, musculature, anatomy, caricature, etc. There are chapters on establishing mood and feeling, conveying action and brush techniques. Excellent book that should be in every young artist's bookshelf.
Ubranzac
A great animal anatomy book for artists for the price. Had details but not so much detail that it loses its artistic value.

I wouldnt recomend this for beginners however. Still a great book.
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