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I hesd it up at the library, so I hope I can find it online it being over 40 years old at namm point. About Jack Hamm Jack Hamm is one of the best-selling authors of art instruction books. Marc rated it it was amazing Jun 18, Just a moment while jaci sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Jack Hamm's book is refreshingly straightforward. This is the best beginner's drawing book on the market today, and it will endure for many years.
There's nothing here for the "drawing on the right side of my ambition" crowd. Hamm's freehand illustrations are absolutely PACKED into this book, from 10 to 25 illustrations generally, on each and every page with brief but concise text.
The vast number of illustrations ensure that this book will be unchallenged as the formost of "how to draw" books for beginners. Hamm's presentation does not overwhelm the beginner bebause he does not use a confusing style of teaching.
His chapters are in sequential order. With the skeleton in mind, we can now add three shapes to our stick figures to make them more real, one of which we already have: the skull the head , the rib cage the chest , and the pelvis hip bone.
These are the three largest bony masses in the body. Use simple ovals for right now. For reserved. Donald E. Published Contact: by Fiasco donaldsimpson gmail.
See how quickly things are taking shape? Keep the focus on the action, first and foremost. If your drawings don't communicate the story your trying to tell, all the ovals in the world aren't going to help you. Build on a solid foundation: action and emotion! For all intents and purposes, that is synonymous with the spine. The first line you should put down on paper should be that line—it deter- mines the entire thrust for the rest of the figure. Limbs and even the head branch off from that.
Notice how the three basic solids—chest, skull and pelvis—relate to each other differently depending upon the arc of the spine.
Continue the sweep of your pose into the arms and legs. Keep your figures moving! It's important to never lose sight of your stick figure, because it represent the skeleton. And where bone goes, flesh will surely follow! Oh well. You get the point. The back bends, twists and turns at the waist, and the head bobs all around—and it's all thanks to our friend the spine.
Don't draw your figures with a single solid body mass. Move the should in relation to the hips, get your figures to twist and turn. Get your figures to boogie! Draw several figures where the shoulders are twisting and turning in relation to the hips. Make use of the flexi- bility of the spine.
See if they can't sense a new mobility in your work. I think they are! I still like your older, funnier work!