I highly recommend this book to anyone who is serious about their artistic development.
Flip through the book and ask yourself, after all the work you will go through, do the examples in the book represent the way you would like to be able to draw.
Through following the work in the book, you, like me, will find your "voice" in artwork, and each time create quality, if not brilliance.
there's nothing like a well and clearly written graduated art program. This is a terrific book of easy to comprehend excercizes that will lilluminate the process for gaining... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Garen
My daughter bought me the paperback version of this book after I bought the digital version.
This is not your casual How to Draw type of book. Read more
This book is tremendous. From beginning to end, it gives you a plan to learn to draw. Nicolaides recommends you spend about 3 hours a day, but unless you do not work, you can't... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Olivia63
I'm only partway through the course but I am already seeing improvements in how I draw = mainly because the book is teaching me how to really see better. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan E. Hoffman
Although, at first glance, I wondered what I had got myself into with this book as I began to take it page by page, I realized this was a great tool for self-teaching. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I currently work in animation as a storyboard artist for a living, and this book taught me more about drawing than any other book or teacher. Read morePublished 5 months ago by barleebread
A little intimidating at first as I am early in my process of learning to draw. Great technical information and insight. Well-crafted for a self-taught approach.Published 5 months ago by Brittany Accardi
I thought it was a working plan to develop a deeply understand of other ways of drawing or using the line. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Emmanuel