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This review is from: Experimental Drawing Techniques - 30th Anniversary edition (Paperback)
There are many art books on the market,but this is one of the most interesting ones I have come across.Many are just aiming at teaching you to reproduce their style but this something to make you open yyour eyes afresh.I think it's fantastic
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Initial post: 14 Mar 2010 12:47:29 GMT
R. Harris says:
hi, I get the impression from your review you thought the book is good but only gave it one star, that's a shame as you have knocked the average down. I'll buy the book anyway.
Posted on 26 Apr 2010 11:41:51 BDT
Claudia Sherlock says:
Going fromt the written review, I think the one star might've been an error on the part of Mrs Mkbraithwaite. It is a shame to leave it if this book really turns out to be a very interesting one and worth of a few more starts.
Posted on 4 Jul 2010 03:42:01 BDT
Yes, I'm afraid I don't understand the one star rating either, but I suppose the reviewer could have been looking for something more 'reproductive' after all.
Posted on 10 Oct 2010 18:12:14 BDT
Eileen O'Connell says:
Yes it does seem strange, as her comment is praising the book. Maybe one of you will buy it and give it a review. I hope so
In reply to an earlier post on 1 Nov 2010 15:19:03 GMT
L. Hudson says:
I bought it - and it is really great - i went to arts school years ago and you can learn more from this book than 4 years at an art school. A distillation of the best drawing techniques you can try to free the hand - mind - eye and develop your own style. The one star comment is just daft.
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