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Mike Yoshiaki Daikubara
Color First, Ink Later (Urban Sketching Handbook) presents a unique method for working with watercolor on the go-painting first, then adding sketch lines in ink-by Mike Daikubara, the author of The Urban Sketching Handbook: Sketch Now, Think Later.
Understanding Light (The Urban Sketching Handbook) helps urban sketchers develop the skills they need to capture and express different kinds of light, both natural and artificial, in both day and night scenes.
From author and illustrator Ai Akikusa, Drawing Lessons for Beginners: Cute Animals shows readers how to draw animals by starting in pencil with the basic shapes that comprise their essential contours, then finish with colored pencil.
The Urban Sketching Handbook: Panoramas and Vertical Vistas shows how to observe, draw, and present architecture and landscapes from a variety of fascinating perspectives.
100 Buildings and Architectural Forms (Draw Like an Artist) shows readers step by step how to draw a global survey of culturally significant buildings and their details, from ancient to modern.
Flowing from the same reverence and principles as Watercolor Is for Everyone, the first title in the Art Is for Everyone series from Quarry Books, Drawing Is for Everyone offers 21 intuitive, process-based drawing lessons for depicting the natural world with graphite, colored pencils, and colorful inks.