Introduction Faces People Babies & Children People in Action Hands & Feet
Susie Hodge has a passion for art education and has been teaching practical art and art history to children and adults for over 11 years. She has written and illustrated many books including "Art Attack" How to Draw, Drawing... is Fun! and many titles in the Art in History series. She also works for the Royal Academy, the Tate and the V&A museum to produce booklets for visitors, teachers and students. She lives in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.
October 2017 Borrowing from five previous titles in the How to Draw series including Babies and Children; Faces; Hands and Feet; People and People in Action, Susie Hodge brings us How to Draw People in Simple Steps. As with the rest of the How to Draw titles, there's pretty much no text, just images which the reader is encouraged to copy and use to develop their own drawing. Starting with basic geometric shapes, each drawing is developed in stages using different coloured pencils for each of the progressions so that you can clearly see how the examples evolve into the final stage. Over 130 step-by-step drawings are included, showing a range of ages from babies to the elderly and including stationary figures as well as figues in action. * The Leisure Painter *