Pocket Art: Portrait Drawing The Quick Guide to Mastering Technique and Style By Joanna Henly from Quarto Knows. This lively, graphic approach to explaining concepts will have you looking and learning with step-by-step illustrations and expert tips straight from London-based artist Joanna Henly (aka Miss Led). This compact 112-page book is just right for carrying in a backpack or pocket for when you’re learning on the go. Some things inside are your setup, point of view, the eyes, the ears, children’s faces, hair, and more.
My Opinion: I am not good at drawing and I thought I would look through this book and see if I can get some tips. I did learn how just hold the pencil and I tried out some of these techniques found I did an okay job learned how to draw her face.
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