20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around: A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers Download Å 9

 20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around: A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers

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Nd designingGet out your favorite drawing tool and remember there are not just 20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get AroundIncludesjetsbikesambulanceblimpsairplanesbulldozersbusescanoesfiretrucksgarbage truckshang glidershelicopterscarriageshot air ballonsairboatsjet packsjet skislimousinesmagic carpetsmotorcyclesmotorboatsoceanliners4 wheelersracecarsrocketsrollerskatessailboatsmopedsshoesskateboardsskisstrollerssubmarinestaxisdump truckstractorstrainsunicyclesantiue carsand much muc. Really helps with drawing

review 20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around: A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers

Elicopters and rockets can are simplified modernized and reduced to the most basic elements showing you how simple abstract shapes and forms meld to create the building blocks of any item that you want to draw Each of the 20 interpretations provides a different interesting approach to drawing a single item providing loads of inspiration for your own drawing Presented in the author's uniuely creative style this engaging and motivational practice book provides a new take on the world of sketching doodling a. We've tried all sorts of how to draw books in my house Interestingly it's been this series a series which doesn't actually teach you HOW TO DRAW anything that has had the most success You'll find any one or number of my family taking out their sketchbook and starting with a basic line drawing Great series

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This inspiring sketchbook part of the 20 Ways series from uarry Books designed to offer artists designers and doodlers a fun and sophisticated collection of illustration fun Each spread features 20 inspiring illustrated examples of 45 themes cars trains scooters unicycles surfboards sailboats and much much over 900 drawings with blank space for you to draw your take on 20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get AroundThis is not a step by step techniue book rather the stylized submarines h. I had checked out this book at the library and liked it It provides good practice of drawing various types of vehicles and planes and bikes I wanted to get better at drawing these things for my urban sketching hobby and it really helps me If you are looking for a step by step type drawing book this isn't it I really am glad about that because I have developed my own methods of copying or drawing If you are looking for sophisticated drawings of these things this won't be your book either However if you just want practice being able to do basic drawings and sketches of these things fairly uickly I highly recommend this book I think kids who have had some drawing experience would like this book too


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James Gulliver Hancock is obsessed with drawing He is an original authorillustrator who constantly re imagines the world around him through observation taking what he sees and recontextualizing it into his fantastical world of drawings Originally from Australia he now travels the world drawing on a wide variety of projects from publishing to advertising packaging and large scale installation James studied Visual Communications in Sydney Australia and travelled overland extensively through asia russia and europe His influences range from growing up with a psychologist for a mother to the cross sections of Stephen Biesty to the travel writing of Joseph Conrad He is well known for the project wwwallthebuildingsinnewyorkcom which saw him obsessively document the built environment around him More of his work can be seen at wwwjamesgulliverhancockcom



10 thoughts on “ 20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around: A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers

  1. says:

    I have to be honest, I’m not impressed. Please look at my photos. I thought there would be suggestions or guidelines on HOW to draw all the items in this book. Instead, there are sketches of each transportation vehicle, and each drawing seems kind of hard to replicate on your own. Also, some pages give you tons of room to draw, some only give you a few small spots. I don’t understand why there isn’t room to draw on some spreads. I bought this for my 10 year old son. I’ll update my review after he receives the book. Perhaps this book is better suited for older kids who already have a knack for drawing. Or maybe it’s for adults. One thing for sure, unless it’s a hit with my son, i won’t be buying any of the others in this series.

    PS one of the modes of transport is a stroller. Others include skis. Carriages. Four wheelers. Unicycles. Rockets. Semis. Subs. Motorcycles. Rickshaws. Biplanes. Motorboats. Shoes. I wish I had known some of this before purchasing.


  2. says:

    I had checked out this book at the library and liked it. It provides good practice of drawing various types of vehicles and planes and bikes. I wanted to get better at drawing these things for my urban sketching hobby and it really helps me. If you are looking for a step by step type drawing book, this isn't it. I really am glad about that because I have developed my own methods of copying or drawing. If you are looking for sophisticated drawings of these things, this won't be your book either. However, if you just want practice being able to do basic drawings and sketches of these things fairly quickly, I highly recommend this book. I think kids who have had some drawing experience would like this book too.


  3. says:

    never liked the classic drawing books where you draw an oval, then add another oval, and then, voila, a frog appears. this book is totally different. it includes piles of simple line drawings with all different styles. in the process of looking through them, sketching them, coloring them in, whatever, you learn to draw. i really love this book. it's the first time i really felt like i could draw. great for all ages, too.


  4. says:

    I have three '20 Ways' books. I use them to break though 'Artist's Block' periods. But especially for the '20 Ways to Draw a Bike', many of the examples aren't drawn very well. For someone who believes that they cannot even draw a stick figure, these books can be helpful. But for someone with even basic drawing skills, you'd be better off using one of the images as a jump off point, going to Google Images, and finding a better representation there.


  5. says:

    I love the books in this series. I'm an artistic dabbler. This is perfect for practice and inspiration. The drawings go from simple to a bit complicated. Beginners won't be intimidated and experts might find a new way to look at things. I like to set down some background in watercolor then practice. It hides the mistakes. The books are a good size for sticking in a bag along with your sketch pad and something to draw with for a weekend get away. Have fun!


  6. says:

    We've tried all sorts of how to draw books in my house. Interestingly, it's been this series a series which doesn't actually teach you HOW TO DRAW anything that has had the most success. You'll find any one or number of my family taking out their sketchbook and starting with a basic line drawing. Great series.


  7. says:

    This is a great book to have out in the art classroom on my bonus table. (That's where kids go if they've finished their project and have free time.) Boys are definitely drawn to it and really enjoy copying the pictures and learning to draw things that Go. I like it as well. It does a great job of breaking down complicated objects and showing the key elements that the object is comprised of. Best of all, the illustrations are fun.


  8. says:

    I love these books, the whole series! They are great for a reference when sketching. I use them mainly when I am entertaining kids. We pull out paper and pencils and markers and these books and have a great time!


  9. says:

    Really helps with drawing


  10. says:

    Great ideas for making our own cards and rubber stamps.


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