Draw The Object H

hand and eye warm-ups,

34-35 hands, 281

hardness (pencils), 22 hats, 170

heads and faces, 283, 288 children, 290 portraits, 290 positioning facial features, 289 shapes and proportions, 291-292 Henri, Robert, 3 Hinchman, Hannah, 141 Hippocrates, 276 history of drawing styles, 340

home pages, 332 Homer, Winslow, 340 horizon lines, 200 landscapes, 215 horizontal orientation

(paper), 92 hot press paper, 84 household items, 165 antiques, 171 bathroom, 172 bedroom, 168 categories, 167 chairs, 171 fabrics, 169 hats and gloves, 170 kitchen, 166 living room, 171 patios, 174 pitchers and bowls, 168 shoes, 170 silverware, 167 window arrangements, 173 houses, 241-242

building materials, 248 cityscapes, 247

countryside, 247-248 details, 245-252 drawing at different times, 243 farmhouses, 250 perspective, 244-245 proportion considerations, 245 unusual houses,

251-252 Victorian houses, 249 human brain, 16 lateralization, 17 left-brain, 17-18, 24-25 child development, 19-20

left-handedness, 17-18 right-brain, 17-18 child development,

19-20 profile/vase-vase/ profile drawing exercise, 23-25 right side up/upside down drawing exercise, 26-30 right-handedness, 17-18 humor, 172

illuminations, 317, 320 illustrations, 317-319 Illustrator, 333 imaginative drawing, 315 informal perspective, 198-199

houses, 244-245 measuring, 206-207 insects, 182 inspiration, 337-340 finding, 342-343 what artists say about their work, 338-340 where artists find inspiration, 338

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