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The Artist's Handbook by Ray Smith

The Artist's Handbook

by Ray Smith

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This is my Art-Bible. ( )
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Almost to much information. The techniques I have picked up from this book have really helped me. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0394555856, Hardcover)

The definitive, practical guide to all the tools, techniques, and materials of paintings, drawing, printmaking and related visual arts. Over 1,000 illustrations and 175,000 words of text.

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An illustrated handbook offers step-by-step projects, reproductions of works by master artists, and instruction in creative techniques, covering everything from drawing and painting to printmaking and digital media.

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