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Rendering in Pen and Ink: The Classic Book On Pen and Ink Techniques for Artists, Illustrators, Architects, and Designers Paperback – August 1, 1997
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This is a fun medium and an inexpensive one. If you are truly interested in learning the ins and outs of pen and ink drawing and can only afford one book, this is the book.
During the book's initial publishing run the pen of choice was the quill pen. There are some modifications to be made for modern users of ball-point pens or technical pens (see also Gary Simmons' book The Technical Pen) ... but the illustrations and historical attributes of this book alone make it a truly classic reference book to have on hand.
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This book was thicker than I imagined. It is chuck full of comparison methods on using simple details, to lighting via ink criss hatching on different parts of an object. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Edgar Fematt
( From Thailand ) Good Service ,Fast Shipping ,Very Very Good ,A + + + + +Published 2 months ago by Visanu Tuvayanon
Had this book years ago, somehow lost it. So happy to have it again. Really good book if you are into pen and ink drawing. As far as I'm concerned, finding this on Amazon. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Eugenia A. Taylor
So.... this book is dense, and not in a 'this is full of useful information' way. I picked it up in hopes that it would help with my line art, but I had a hard time slogging... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Virtashi
Great book with lots of examples of both technique and finished art.Published 9 months ago by prazy
If you are interested in pen and ink drawing this is an excellent reference. It has many examples of the medium in use. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Judith Challis