This extensive, step-by-step guide to drawing animals, created by artist and veterinarian Mari Suzuki, offers a unique viewpoint on the animal form. With her unique perspective as both an artist and a veterinarian, Mari Suzuki provides meticulous instruction on how to draw a host of animals. Exploring everything from a corgi’s expressions to a lion pouncing, Drawing Animals 101 teaches the basics in a way even beginners can grasp: the different proportions of various creatures, simple skeletal forms, how muscles attach, and other physical fundamentals. While an array of animals is included—from pandas and penguins to kangaroos and elephants—dogs and cats provide the template, because we can easily observe them and their wide range of movements. Each step-by-step project is done in pencil, giving the work a genuine figure-drawing feel for the winged and four-footed.
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Mari Suzuki is a veterinarian and an artist who lives in Japan.