Draw What You See Not What You Think You See

This book may prove an invaluable guide if you feel you suffer picture dyslexia or a crippling lack of confidence in drawing.

Drawing exercises start from the beginning designed to counter distorted perceptions in drawing and learn to really see. Practice drawing symmetry, abstract shapes, negative shapes, shading techniques and more.

Book’s statistics: 15,500 words and around 90 images. More

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About Rachel Shirley

I have practiced oil painting from the age of six and have since been involved in countless projects and commissions. A graduate from Kingston University, Surrey and with a PCET teaching qualification from Warwick University, I have won competitions, taught life drawing and have written several books and many articles on oil painting and teaching art.

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