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    Force - Dynamic Life Drawing for Animators
    Previewed on Google Books

    This book is not on the internet. You can't download it if you look hard enough. I for one own a paper copy and have another copy on my computer, but this book is not available for download in ebook form. Comprendes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    @Fenn - I've got that one too. It's good if you already know how to draw, but if you start from it, you're limiting yourself.

    @Scarlet - Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is my favorite drawing book. I was gonna recommend it too.

    @Seefy - Ah, I got those too. They are very good.
    Well that explains my setbacks...thanks Matt.

    And I can't wait to ask this question any longer. WHO IS SEEFY? I see it around the boards but I never see a member named Seefy.

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    lol if you seen the comment even rio said seefy... >.< and there are two people who posted before rio said that.. so by process of elimination it could only be celestial fox... >.< (although i figured that you already know this)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramiel View Post
    lol if you seen the comment even rio said seefy... >.< and there are two people who posted before rio said that.. so by process of elimination it could only be celestial fox... >.< (although i figured that you already know this)
    That's it, I'm leaving this thread. I'm just making a foo lof myself. *storms off*

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    Hey, don't worry about it. It took me awhile to figure out who the mysterious Seefy was too. And then there's people who call each other by their first name like Numana, Tay(lour), etc that it gets kinda confusing sometimes. xD

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    The Complete Famous Artist Course (1960) books 24 lesson from the masters of illustration itself. I am still studying lesson 4 and 5 and I had it for like 3 weeks. There are assignments which you send into the school (or give to a Atelier master to check and critique.)
    http://i02.s3.imagehosting.ws/2010-1...cd_medium.jpeg

    first step series sketching and drawing
    http://img2.wantitall.co.za/images/S...17EBWW71ZL.jpg

    first step series pen and ink
    http://www.howtodrawhowtopaint.com/i...0891347178.jpg

    how to see how to draw; keys to realistic drawing
    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51tWhvgsZQL.jpg

    I have fallen in love with cathy johnson's artwork, especially her environment and scenes. I feel learning for a beginner can't get any simpler than these 3 books until we learn how to connect two cords to each other head and directly transfer the knowledge over.


    if I posted the anatomy books I would be here for hours.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamachi View Post

    Force - Dynamic Life Drawing for Animators
    Previewed on Google Books

    This book is not on the internet. You can't download it if you look hard enough. I for one own a paper copy and have another copy on my computer, but this book is not available for download in ebook form. Comprendes?
    respect!!!! that book is amazing, and you can download it because i have a pdf copy of it. A lot of my classical books are downloaded actually. They told me i wouldn't be able to find the famous artist series, but haha guess who did?
    Last edited by The_shaman; 06-17-2011 at 08:25 PM.

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    http://alexhays.com/loomis/
    You can download all the Andrew Loomis books here as PDF files. Isnt that snazzy.

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    1. Google-fu intended subject for a torr000
    2. load it down
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    4. PROFIT!

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    i have the book - how to draw manga by katy coope and i used it a couple years ago and i didnt really like it cause it didnt explain enough stuff but it got me started. for a refrence for the basic style that is in it here is wat the style looks like

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    http://www.mangatutorials.com/tut/bookreviews.php

    we already have a place like this and it's a shame i just found out a while ago.

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