HOW TO DRAW SHIPS, TRAINS, CARS AND AIRPLANES by Arthur Zaidenberg

HOW TO DRAW SHIPS, TRAINS, CARS AND AIRPLANES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As in all previous ""How to draw......"" books by Arthur Zaidenberg, this requires certain amount of interest and skill on the part of the reader. There are no rules containing to the placement of line and color, only a statement on the essence of movement and a brief history of the changing forms of ships, trains, cars and planes. Verbal limitations prevent active instruction in this medium, thus it is through the author's clear pencil sketches that one learns the technique and receives direction. A good choice for the amateur who is dissatisfied with his present interpretations.

Pub Date: Nov. 3rd, 1961
Publisher: Abelard-Schuman