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5-Minute Sketching -- Architecture: Super-quick Techniques for Amazing Drawings Paperback – October 4, 2016
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(starred review) Steel, a professional architect and avid sketcher of buildings, gets right to the essence of seeing and drawing urban spaces. Her book is structured identically to People, the other currently available title in the series, with four chapters containing short sketching projects made up of quick tips, successful drawings, and brief explanations of techniques. Various types and styles of buildings, both modern and historic, and kinds of locations, both interior and exterior, are covered. The techniques and supplies chapters highlight ways to work minimally and shave time from the process, which can be especially helpful when drawing outdoors. Either on its own or as a companion to its series mate, this guide will be a boon to readers who want to engage creatively with their urban environments. (Heather Halliday Library Journal 2017-02-02)
This is a book you'll want to read more than once. It's a book you'll want to study and apply to your art... This is a book worthy of your time. (Larry D. Marshall Larry D. Marshall Blog 2016-10-17)
About the Author
Liz Steel is an artist, teacher, illustrator and architect based in Sydney, Australia. She has 20 years' experience working on residential and commercial projects, specializing in media. She is a fast but accurate sketch artist with a passion for architecture of any era but especially Baroque buildings. She has combined her architecture training with many years of urban sketching around the world to develop specific strategies for drawing buildings. Liz teaches sketching courses online at sketchingnow.com and hosts workshops around Australia, where she is the Australia coordinator for the global online community, Urban Sketchers. She is very active on social media, including her popular blog at lizsteel.com.