I always envied my oldest sister growing up. She had all sorts of creative talent. She was on televised t.v. talent shows, played professionally for a dinner club, could draw beautifully and always seemed to have the talent to get the job done and then some. I could draw a little but nothing like the talent she had.
So when I heard about the "Freehand Figure Drawing for Illustrators" I wanted a copy to see if anyone can draw. I knew everyone has a little talent, but I wondered if the ability to draw could be taught.
I believe that my answer came when I received my copy from my friends at blogging for books, for an honest review. I knew as soon as I opened it that this book is the legit deal. 10 chapters in 198 pages of complete step by step instructions on drawing people and learning about the characteristics of skeletal and muscle movement for males and females. This book is very extensive as it teaches you standing figures, action figures as well as specifics for drawing each part of the body. I would recommend this book to anyone who desires to be able to draw more lifelike than they ever thought possible. I always thought people were the hardest thing to draw so I avoided it but now I can draw whatever I want and no more stick figures for me.Hope you get your copy soon, you'll definitely be glad you did. David Ross is the author.
Till next time.