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"Based on the popular One Drawing A Day blog, this book presents 42 short drawing exercises—one per day for six weeks. These simple project ideas address different aspects of drawing including line quality, subject matter, inspiration, and color. Various styles are represented and a wide range of media is covered as Lawlor (Pratt Inst. & Parsons The New School for Design) and seven other professional illustrators explain the exercises. Also included is a gallery section showcasing the contributors’ own work. Beginning and experienced artists alike will find that this highly accessible book can boost motivation, strengthen discipline, or even jump-start creativity during a block." - Library Journal
Veronica Lawlor is currently on the faculty of Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design. She teaches at Dalvero Academy and is president of Studio 1482, an illustration collective based in New York City. Lawlor has exhibited her work at the United Nations, the Puck Gallery, the Society of Illustrators, and the Ellis Island Museum of Immigration. Her illustration work has appeared in numerous publications including New York, Vanity Fair, Food & Wine, and the New York Times. She was interviewed for an article in Communication Arts 2007 Illustration Annual and was featured in “Top Ten Illustrators to Watch” in the 2009 World Association of Newspapers. Veronica’s work may be seen at www.studio1482.com/veronica. She blogs at www.veronicalawlor.com and contributes to www.onedrawingaday.com and www.urbansketchers.com.
This is a great motivator to overcome the fear and get the discipline of drawing, practical tips, great inspiration from this book.Published 10 days ago by mrdamontana
Not what I expected, disappointed.
Unorganized, scattered, instruction lacking, hard to even look at.
I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.
I've been drawing for about four years, petty much daily so I know I have a lot to learn. I've learned most of what I know by watching youtube videos and I highly recommend it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by L. Adamus
So sorry but the idea is great. Really great but you missed it. You did not deliver. I keep picking it up every few months to try again but I get stuck on the first few pages. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ms Helen A Naylor
This is an inspiring book featuring different artists , their hints and drawings . It is a fun read , gently nudging the reader to get
art supplies out and have fun .
Daughter bought book for art class and found it very helpful and interesting. Books like this help all budding artists.Published 9 months ago by addie
This is a nice book if you take it seriously. However, I would not go running to the art supply store to buy all the things they tell you to buy to start. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Aida Bibliowicz