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Verk av Walter Foster

Drawing: Horses (1970) 101 exemplar
Drawing: Animals (1965) 50 exemplar
How to Draw and Paint Cats (1986) 49 exemplar
Drawing: Dogs (1969) 44 exemplar
Beginner's Guide: Anatomy (1965) 42 exemplar
How to Draw With Pastels (1950) 39 exemplar
The Art of Watercolor (1940) 31 exemplar
How to Draw and Paint Flowers (1713) 20 exemplar
Modern Cartoon (1940) 20 exemplar
Disney's How-To-Draw Bambi (1992) 15 exemplar
The Magic of Oil Painting (1837) 14 exemplar
Comics (1949) 12 exemplar
Oil painting 2 (1950) 11 exemplar
Leren tekenen. Dl. 2 (2011) 11 exemplar
Cars (DMA Learn to Draw) (2006) 7 exemplar
Leren tekenen. Dl. 1 (2003) 7 exemplar
How to Draw 6 exemplar
Draw and Color: Insects (2007) 5 exemplar
Dieren tekenen (2003) 5 exemplar
Gezichten tekenen (2003) 4 exemplar
How to Draw Batman Beyond (1999) 3 exemplar
How to draw horses 3 exemplar
Discover and Draw Dragons (2009) 3 exemplar
Watercolor Project Book (2002) 2 exemplar
How to Draw Princesses (2003) 2 exemplar
Mensen tekenen (2018) 2 exemplar
I Can Draw 1 exemplar
Drawing People 1 exemplar
Drawing Faces 1 exemplar
Drawing Figures 1 exemplar
Wild About Watercolor (1999) 1 exemplar
Skeleton and Bones 1 exemplar
How To Draw & Paint Horses (2003) 1 exemplar
Cartoon- en animatietekenen (2011) 1 exemplar
Leren tekenen (2015) 1 exemplar
Wild About Watercolors (2000) 1 exemplar
Colour By Number Mandalas (2016) 1 exemplar
Dogs 1 exemplar
Create Your Own Valentines (1998) 1 exemplar
How to Draw/2 1 exemplar

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Foster, Walter Thomas



Drawing: Horses
Learn to draw step by step by Walter Foster is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. This may not be a beginner's book but maybe an advanced beginner 😁. There are great guides for understanding the shapes to use for various parts of a horse's body. Great shady tutorials. Great step-by-step instructions with lots of illustrations! Great art instruction book!
MontzaleeW | May 23, 2019 |
Tekenen is een hobby waar jong en oud veel plezier aan kan beleven. Met een goede basis wordt het nog leuker om elk zelfgekozen onderwerp op papier te zetten. In Leren tekenenkomen diverse onderwerpen en tekenstijlen aan bod, zoals het tekenen van bloemen, dieren en mensen, met potlood of inkt, realistisch of in cartoonstijl. Het tweede deel van dit boek laat zien hoe mensen en voorwerpen in perspectief kunnen worden getekend, zodat ze op levensechte wijze en in de juiste proporties op papier worden gezet.
Dit boek is geschikt voor zowel de beginnende als de gevorderde tekenaar.

Auteur: Walter Foster

Uitgever: Librero
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karnoefel | Feb 10, 2019 |
This is a veritable who's who of cartoonist talent from the mid-half of the last century. With names such as:
Hal Rasmusson (of 'Aggie Mack. fame), Russel Patterson (notable art deco illustrator, and creator of the 'Mamie' strip), Al Vermeer (Priscilla's Pop), Fanny Y. Cory (Grand old lady of the industry who lived to 95), Dick Turner (Carnival), Don Flowers (known for his fluid ink work, and creator of the 'Glamor Girls' panel), Burr Shafer (creator of J. Wesley Smith), Dorman H. Smith (The Gremlins), George Scarbo (The Tinymites, The Comic Zoo), Gluyas Williams (known for his clean black-and-white style), Lena Rue (one of several noted female cartoonists), Robert J. Day (Fun Fare; a Treasury of Reader's Digest Wit and Humor), among just a few of the names.

Great examples of some fine work. More of a show case of these cartoonist's talents than a true 'how-to' book, with snippets of good advice spotted throught. I still like it, and have learnt a lot. So...

Just be sure you buy it knowing what you are buying; but I would still buy it.
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Sylak | Apr 16, 2018 |
This little book (large in scale) is full of encouragement, even 70 years on!

The lessons are simple in nature, and the advice may be basic, but at every turn are words of encouragement 'O.K. now you try it.', 'It is SO simple, once you understand.'. There is even advice on setting up a studio in your garage or bedroom, and where to place your drawing board. Today the internet image search replaces a *Morgue, but even then, I still keep files of reference material and cuttings because as vast as the world wide web is, it can still feel a little generic at times.

The back page has: a note to Mother, Wife, Dad or Sister:-

Please do not fuss at our pal here, because he or she does not put away their drawing materials after each time they work. They should have a den or corner they can call their own, with a "no tresspassing (sic)" understanding with it and for heavens sake never clean up or destroy what you may consider junk, it might be a prized possession.

now a note to you, my sprouting artist.

If your folks assign a spot to you, see that it is kept orderly and clean, even with your materials out ready for work, and this is necessary because, if you have to get ready each time chances are you will put it off and not work at all. Lay out your work so you can sit down and start right in.

My first corner was in our basement, next to the furnace. Warn in winter cool in summer and no one to bother. There the small foundation was laid that became my life's work. "art is love" they say but may I add worth every moment of it.
good luck and success

This should give you an idea of what sort of book this is.
It is very basic. But firm foundations are built on good basic advice.

These books served me well growing up, and I have fond memories of working studiously from them as a child.

*Morgue a file of collected image source material, cuttings from magazines, your own reference photographs, etc.
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Sylak | Apr 11, 2018 |

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