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  • You Will be Able to Draw by the End of This Book

    By Jake Spicer
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    Jake Spicer
    This book is for anybody who wants to draw more, whether you are learning from scratch or developing existing skills. When you're learning to draw, the most important thing you'll own is a sketchbook, and this is a sketchbook with training wheels. Let go of your fear and unlock drawing skills that you never believed you could have with this expertly guided sketchbook. Not your ordinary art book, You Will be Able to Draw by the End of This Book is a combined tutorial and sketchbook that not only teaches you the fundamental steps required for you to be able to draw, but also allows you the space to practise on the page. The book lays flat to allow you to draw comfortably and has an elastic band to keep your artwork safe. Each exercise has an estimated completion time, so it doesn't matter whether you are at home, on your lunch break or even on the bus, you'll always find time to practise. Jake is like an ever-present companion who will guide you on your creative journey, with his friendly and practical tone. His lessons build in complexity as you work through the book, starting with the basics of line making and progressing to portraits and landscapes. His clever exercises will help you gain confidence and break you out of old habits as well as encouraging you to see things in a different way and relax. So pick up a pencil and discover the joy of drawing!
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    Winter Wonderland

    By , Paper & Cloth
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    Paper & Cloth
    Discover a world of wintry enchantment in this beautiful seasonal colouring book. Colour your way on a magical journey, from a snow-sparkling forest to an arctic wilderness and finally to a festive city. Reveal the hidden woodland creatures and discover the light touches of Christmas, to adorn and embellish any way you wish. Created by the award-winning illustrators from Paper & Cloth, this beautiful book is ideal for artists all ages, making an ideal festive gift to be treasured and enjoyed.
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    Why You Like This Photo

    By Brian Dilg
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    Brian Dilg
    Beauty is not just in the eye of the beholder. It's something that can be measured and understood. Science Fact.Scientists are starting to unravel more and more about how the mind has developed over human history, revealing some surprising truths about how the mind works. Did you know, for example, that the landscape photos people think of as most beautiful are closely correlated with exactly the kind of lush fertile landscape early humans sought out? This kind of information is fascinating for its own sake, but if you're photographer it's even more useful. Featuring interviews with numerous great photographers combined with concepts from exciting areas of science and psychology, Why You Like This Photo holds the inspiring and practical keys to capturing the images that you, and everyone, will love.
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  • What they didn't teach you in design school

    By Phil Cleaver
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    Phil Cleaver
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  • What They Didn't Teach You in Art School

    By Rosalind Davis, Annabel Tilley
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    Rosalind Davis, Annabel Tilley
    You have the artistic talent, but do you know how to make a success of it? The thing they don't teach you in art school is just how active and engaged you need to be; you'll have to become your own finance, business and marketing manager, as well as a researcher, curator and administrator. What They Didn't Teach You in Art School is the ultimate survival guide to life as an artist, and the perfect springboard for aspiring artists who haven't yet given up the day job. The book provides expert advice, tips and inspiration to help you build a successful career - giving you the opportunity to nurture your true talent.
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  • What They Didn't Teach You in Photo School

    By Demetrius Fordham
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    Demetrius Fordham
    This book won't tell you how to take photographs. It will, though, teach you a much more difficult set of skills: how to be a photographer.Passing on hard-earned lessons from a successful career in commercial, editorial and lifestyle photography, Demetrius Fordham shows how to snag the best internships and assistant roles, impress at an interview, develop an amazing portfolio, forge strong relationships with clients, and lay the foundations of your own successful career. Illustrated throughout with Demetrius' own duotone photography, dramatically typeset to appeal to visual thinkers, and presented in an appealing handbook format, this is the book that will launch the careers of the next generation of photographers.
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    Wedding Photography Now!

    By Michelle Turner
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    Michelle Turner
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    Wedding Photography 101

    By Michelle Turner
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    Michelle Turner
    Long gone are the days of lining people up for predictable staged group shots; modern brides want photos, and photo-books, that'll let them dive back into the experience of their special day.In this book Turner shares the secrets that have propelled her to the top of her game. With inspiring and illuminating images in a candid photojournalistic style, you'll have all accompanying details you need to capture similar images.Readers will find a wealth of information on the crucial practicalities of capturing the day; a good wedding photographer will seem to be in many places at once so they can capture everything the guests will remember - from the special moment the bride puts on the dress, to the venue, place settings and memorable speeches.Readers will also find advice on getting up and running as a business.
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    Webcomics - Tools and Techniques for Digital Cartooning

    By John Barber, Steve Withrow
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    John Barber, Steve Withrow
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    Web Type: Start Here!

    By Tom Arah
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    Tom Arah
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    Web Photoshop: Start Here!

    By Peter Cope
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    Peter Cope
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    Web Design: Start Here!

    By Nick Nettleton
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    Nick Nettleton
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    Web Design Start Here

    By Stefan Mischook
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    Stefan Mischook
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