Mark Kistler's Drawing in 3-D Wack Workbook: The Companion Sketchbook to Drawing in 3-D with Mark Kistler by Mark KistlerMark Kistler's Drawing in 3-D Wack Workbook: The Companion Sketchbook to Drawing in 3-D with Mark Kistler by Mark Kistler

Mark Kistler's Drawing in 3-D Wack Workbook: The Companion Sketchbook to Drawing in 3-D with Mark…

byMark Kistler

Paperback | August 1, 1998

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Practicing and perfecting Mark Kistler's wacky drawings will be even more fun with this fully customized, turbo-charged 3-D sketchbook!
If you've read Drawing in 3-D with Mark Kistler, you've learned how to sketch a colossal collection of 3-D pictures. Now, with this large, easy-to-use workbook, you've got all the space you need to practice. Just pick a project in the "Dynamic Drawing Directory" and get down to some creatively cool 3-D artwork. Mark Kistler's Drawing in 3-D Wacky Workbook is better than any old blank sketchpad because you can actually see the final drawing you're trying to master. And if you need help on a step or two, each perforated page is cross-referenced to the relevant lesson in Drawing in 3-D with Mark Kistler. In no time at all, you'll be working on amazing androids, bug-eyed birds, and many other imaginative masterpieces.
Mark Kistler is a cartoonist, an illustrator, and the producer and star of Mark Kistler's Imagination Station, currently airing on public television nationwide. The author of the wildly popular drawing books Mark Kistler's Draw Squad and Mark Kistler's Imagination Station, Kistler lives in Santa Barbara, California.
Title:Mark Kistler's Drawing in 3-D Wack Workbook: The Companion Sketchbook to Drawing in 3-D with Mark…Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 8.44 × 5.5 × 0.6 inPublished:August 1, 1998Publisher:TouchstoneLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:068485337X

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Chapter 1The Twelve Renaissance Words1. ForeshorteningSquishing a shape to make one part look closer to your eye.2. PlacementPlacing an object lower on the surface of the paper will make it appear closer.3. SizeDraw objects larger to make them appear closer. Draw objects smaller to make them appear farther away.4. OverlappingDraw an object behind another object to make it look deeper in your picture.5. ShadingAdd darkness to the side of an objjct that faces away from your imaginary light source.6. ShadowAdd darkness to the ground next to the shaded side of an object, opposite the imaginary light source.7. ContourDraw lines curving around the object to give it shape and volume.8. HorizonDraw a line behind the objects in your picture to create a reference background edge.9. DensityDraw objects very light and less distinct to make them appear farther away in the picture.10. BonusAdd billions of cool nifty extra ideas to each of your drawings! Bonus ideas are brilliant!11. PracticeApply these twelve Renaissance words to your drawings each and every day! Draw at least one drawing adventure in this book each day!12. AttitudeYour brilliant superpositive mental attitude is very important when you are learning a new skill in life, especially drawing in 3-D!Copyright © 1998 by Mark Kistler

Table of Contents


Thumbs Up from Mark Kistler

Chapter 1: The Twelve Renaissance Words

Chapter 2: Twenty-two Augmenting Art Accents

Chapter 3: Dynamic Drawing Directory

Chapter 4: Lessons A to Z Practice Pages

From Our Editors

With Mark Kistler's Drawing in 3-D Wacky Workbook, there are no bounds to imagination. This companion sketchbook is more than a sketchpad -- it's a 3-D world waiting to happen. It features perforated pages so any masterpieces may easily be removed and placed on the fridge or other place of honour. The Workbook is cross-referenced with Drawing in 3-D with Mark Kistler, contains easy-to-follow instructions and provides enough space to fit the universe -- or at least 333 copies of Kistler's illustrations.