This lovely book, which contains nice and simple drawing patterns, will show you how to draw some famous airplanes, aircraft and spacecraft easily.
||32 x 24 x 1 cm
Book cover finish
Hardcover ( square back binding )
||Lee Judah Ames
||Doubleday & Company, Inc.
( … ) You need not start with the first illustration. Choose whichever you wish. When you have decided, follow the step - by - step method shown. Very lightly and carefully, sketch out step number one. However, this step, which is the easiest, should be done most carefully. Step number two is added right to step number one, also lightly and also very carefully. Step number three is sketched right on top of numbers one and two. Continue this way to the last step. The last step, and the last step only, should be drawn in firmly. ( ... ) There are many other ways and methods to make drawings. This book show just one method. Its use should be available to anyone who wants to try another way of flapping his wings.
Lee Judah Ames ( January 8th, 1921 - June 3rd, 2011 ) was born in Manhattan, New York ( United States ). He was an American artist noted for his Draw 50... learn - to - draw books. His first job at age eighteen was at Walt Disney Studios. He has since led a career as an advertising artist, fine artist, cartoonist, designer, animation in - between , illustrator, and as an artist - in residence at Doubleday. His series of 26 Draw 50... books take a friendly and minimalist approach to teaching drawing while the books often contain no instructional text. Furthermore, Lee J. Ames had also collaborated with many authors as an illustrator. Here are some of the authors with whom he has worked :
Shannon Garst ( Three Conquistadors : Cortes, Coronado, Pizarro, 1947 ).
Phyllis R. Fenner ( Circus Parade ; Stories of the Big Top, 1954 ).
Alvin Silverstein ( Carl Linnaeus ; The Man Who Put the World of Life in Order, 1969 ).
Barbara Klimovicz ( The Great Green Apple War, 1973 ).
( source : Wikipedia )