Drawing for Illustration / Martin Sailsbury

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رقم التسجيلة 9372
نوع المادة book
ردمك 9780500023310
رقم الطلب

NC 730 .S35

المؤلف Sailsbury, Martin

العنوان Drawing for Illustration / Martin Sailsbury
بيانات النشر London: Thames & Hudson Ltd, 2022.
الوصف المادي 239. ح
المحتويات / النص


 1. Drawing and Illustration Drawing: what is it? Illustration: what is it? Drawing and Me: Isabelle Arsenault Knowing through drawing: the education of the illustrator Born' or `True'?: Edward Ardizzone and Lynton Lamb
 2. The Basics Observation: learning to see Tools and materials Line Tone Using line to suggest tone Mark-making and printmaking, Christopher Brown Composition and structure Perspective Drawing and colour, Vyara Boyadijieva People and environments Drawing animals Drawing and photography Tools and materials
 3. From observation to Imagination: Making the links Drawing from memory, Yann Kebbi Simon Bartram: Monday Man Bill Bragg: Making the links Sketchbooks/ visual journals John Vernon Lord: The journals Sally Dunne: Sketchbooks and me Alexis Deacon: Drawing, thinking and the psychology of `finished' 
4. Drawing and applied illustration Editorial/ magazine illustration -- David Humphries: Newton's Cradle or `The biggest hum' Book Illustration -- Evelyn Dunbar
 -- Pablo Auladell: La Feria Anbandonada Character development
 -- Fifi Kuo 
-- Ellie Snowdon 
-- Axel Scheffler: The evolution of a personal visual language Atmosphere and fantasy
 -- Victoria Turnbull -- Sheila Robinson Authorial graphic storytelling -- Isabel Greenberg
 -- Jon McNaught Advertising and display
 -- Kerry Lemon
 -- Frank Newbould Humour
 -- Paul Slater Reportage and graphic commentary
 -- David Hughes: Covid Diary
 -- Robert Weaver
 -- John Minton: Reportage for advertising Illustration and photography
 5. Postscript: A word about Style


This essential handbook explores the subject of drawing for illustration in-depth, with an emphasis on drawing as a skill and fundamental language that every illustrator should master. It aims to encourage students through examples and case studies, by showcasing the often-unseen world of draughtsmanship that underpins the finished graphic. From book illustration to graphic novels, caricatures to commercial design, it draws on contemporary sketchbooks, projects and historical examples to make the connection between the practice of drawing from observation and drawing from imagination.Martin Salisbury sets out by explaining the fundamentals of this exciting discipline, before outlining the basic principles of line, tone, composition and colour through inspiring examples. Different approaches to drawing including anecdotal, sequential and reportage are examined, to enable students to acquire their own personal visual language. Interviews with illustrators also provide invaluable insight into the creative process, as they outline their challenges and motivations, and what drawing personally means for them.Packed with visual inspiration, this book features detailed analysis of works by key illustrators from past and present including George Cruikshank, Toulouse-Lautrec, Ronald Searle and Sheila Robinson through to Laura Carlin, Alexis Deacon and Isabelle Arsenault, looking at the differing roles drawing plays in their particular illustrative languages and how styles have changed over time.

المواضيع Drawing Handbooks, manuals, etc

المواضيع Drawing - Technique