A compact, portable drawing resource book of over 200 highly illustrated pages of sketching and drawing techniques, the book is crafted to be a companion tool which is tucked in your travel gear and referred to regularly. The book is durable with helpful color-coded pages to cross reference with demonstrated drawing tools. The book is organized into three Drawing Chapters: First, Tools +Techniques, from black and white to color drawings: Second, Methods, where perspective drawing rules are established, followed by Learning from The Masters to learn color theory and composition, then drawing Cityscapes + Landscapes, Aerial Perspectives, with demonstrations of Quick Draw and Slow Draw techniques: Third, Drawing as a Way of Thinking, where Analytical Sketching, Sequential Serial View drawings and Developing Design Proposals Using the Story Board Method are illustrated.
This book is a tool for everyone – whether you are traveling the globe or drawing in your backyard. With a multitude of examples and helpful insights for both the professional and beginner, this book will help you take the world around you and Draw It.
Professor Lynn Craig, FAIA, RIBA, Artist/Architect, teaches Freehand Drawing as a vehicle to visually communicate design projects at the School of Architecture at Clemson University, where he joined the faculty in 1981, after practicing internationally in England for ten years. Craig teaches at the undergraduate and graduate design studio levels. As a member of the College of Fellows, American Institute of Architects, Craig teaches continuing education workshop seminars in Freehand Drawing to design professionals.