When I look for books on art, I look first for books that reflect my subject interests. I want to see how other artists are using my favorite mediums to draw my favorite subjects.
Cynthia Knox has recently published a complete guide to drawing horses with colored pencil. Whether you’re an advanced artist and want to add equine art to your portfolio or are just getting started with horses and colored pencils, you’ll want to take a look at this book.
The book includes chapters on basics like drawing materials and supplies, a few of the more popular breeds of horses, and tips for photographing horses.
There are also chapters highlighting faces, hooves, manes, and tails.
And what drawing book would be complete without step-by-step demonstrations? Those are usually my favorite part! This book has at least three showing you how Cynthia draws a complete picture plus detail step-by-step demos.
About the Book
Beautiful and captivating…who wouldn’t want to learn to draw these powerful animals? Master artist Cynthia Knox is just the woman to teach you! Detailed step-by-step demos & clear instruction. You won’t just learn” how” but “why”, which is the best kind of instruction!
Available in a print version, as a digital download, and as part of a Quick Start Pack that turns the book into your own personal workbook!
About the Author
Cynthia Knox is an award-winning artist working in colored pencil and graphite. Her work has been featured in national and international exhibits as well as in magazines as well as on websites. She teaches her methods nationally, online with Craftsy.com, and on cruises with Ann Kullberg. She is currently working on a line of art instruction books and kits for beginning and intermediate artists through Walter Foster Publishing Company and Ann Kullberg Publishing. Her website is www.cynthiaknox.com. You can also contact her by firstname.lastname@example.org.
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No matter how you purchase one of these kits, you will benefit and your drawing will be better.