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Lee Hammond's Big Book of Drawing Paperback – January 1, 2004
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About the Author
A professional artist and instructor for 20+ years, Lee Hammond has authored and produced 40+ North Light and ArtistsNetwork.TV products. She has owned and operated the Midwest School of Art in Lenexa, Kansas for six years and now has a studio in Overland Park, Kansas where she teaches. She conducts drawing seminars, gives school lectures and mentors nationwide. Visit her website at LeeHammond.com
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Top Customer Reviews
It is very helpful on learning to draw in pencils and colored pencils (include watersoluble cp's). Subjects are people, animals and flowers. Both beginners and people who has started drawing will find it useful.
Lee Hammond describes in an easy to understand way about drawing materials, graphing photos, linedrawing, shading and the valuescale egg.
She shows many different subjects and goes specific into details on both human and animal-features : eyes, nose, hair egg. And it leads to a final drawing: a portray or an animaldrawing.
The only reason it didn't get 5 stars is because; if you have some of her books already, there will be some repetition to it. (the special-books have more lessons, though).
And also I find a few of her drawings not so good (as her usual standards), but that's minor. Most are excellent.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can't wait to get into it...looks like a fun book to learn a few things.Published 11 days ago by tari
I bought this as a gift for a budding young artist. She really likes it as a reference tool. I cannot give my personal opinion of it.Published 1 month ago by stayingyoung
Lee Hammond is a great teacher and this book covers a lot of styles!Published 2 months ago by Ovaltine Jenkins
This is my absolute favorite drawing book. Most how-to books for drawing don't seem to have enough info, or they have too much useless info. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alicia