This assortment of drawing books will help you in developing your own animal carving patterns.Also, you can never have too many pictures when studying your next animal carving project. We've got them both right here.
119pp By Charles R.Knight. An extensive course in animal drawing. Mr. Knight provides innumerable tips on animal proportions, the play of light and shadow, coloring, hair formation, feather arrangements of birds, scales of fish, how animals lie down, a
51pp By W. Ellenberger & H. Dittrich H. Baum. 288 remarkably life like drawings of animals with an easy-to-follow method of instruction . The animals are shown in 3 ways, in addition, special cross-sections dissect those portions of the animal-such as
BISON - REFERENCE
48pp.Beginners will love these easy and adorable patterns. Includes 18 ready-to-use patterns, step-by-step photographs, illustrated instructions, and finishing tips.
DEER: ULTIMATE ARTIST'S REFERENCE GUIDE - LINDSTRAND
pp 64. Old English sheep dogs, German Shepherds and Malamutes are just a few of the fun-loving, furry breeds that anyone can create by following these sketches.
pp. 64. Arabians, Pintos, Morgans and Clydesdales: jumping, bucking, rearing, grazing and kicking -- all are in this collection of 50 drawings.
160pp By Norman Adams and Joe Singer. Surface anatomy, skeletal structures and basic steps to drawing a realistic animal are shown for primates, dogs, big cats, bears, horses, cattle, deer, Dall sheep, elephants, and small animals (squirrels, rabbits,ra
120pp Simple, clear instructions for drawing animals with more than a thousand step-by-step illustrations. Basic fundamentals for the beginner, new principles and techniques for the professional. A detailed guide for everyone who enjoys—or wants to...
pp 400. The most visually appealing guides to the natural world that one can buy. Packed with superb full-color photography, detailed descriptions, and highlights of key facts, Mammals is the latest addition to the Smithsonian Handbook series...
134pp By Ken Hultgren. This book begins with introductory chapters on the special techniques of drawing animals, the use of line, establishing mood and feeling, conveying action and brush techniques. Throughout, the emphasis is on construction drawings
208pp By Doug Lindstrand. This book is a synopsis of sketches and photos taken over a 30 year free lance career of the author. The photographs will identify the animal and the sketches, maps and text will give the reader a biological description as well