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Urban Sketching Step by Step: Techniques for creating quick & lively urban scenes

Category: Book
By (author): Meier-Pauken, Klaus
Subject:  ART / Subjects & Themes / Landscapes & Seascapes
  ART / Techniques / Drawing
  ART / Techniques / Pen & Ink Drawing
Publisher: Search Press
Published: May 2019
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 96
Size: 11.06in x 8.56in x 0.28in
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From The Publisher*The next inspiring instalment by artist and architect Klau Meir-Pauken, showing you how to sketch our industrial, hustling, urban world - and discover your inner artist.

Reawaken the art of our ancestors and join the growing movement of reactionary artists, and learn how to capture our fast-paced world in this inspiring book by popular artist and author, Klaus Meier-Pauken.

Beginning with useful advice on basic materials as well as priceless information on essential drawing techniques - from essential shapes, tone, colour and perspective to capturing moving subjects, composition and more - jump straight into a huge collection of creative exercises to help you build your skills, see your surroundings in a new artistic eye and draw faithful, raw sketches that breathe the life and flow of your city.

Whether you are looking to discover your own sketching style, or to build on your existing knowledge, this book is packed with quick exercises to get you thinking, theory to build up your knowledge base, and dynamic artworks to inspire you.

Make drawing a part of your consciousness now, and with it discover your home in a new light and your own creative potential.
Biographical NoteKlaus Meier-Pauken was born in 1952. He studied architecture and worked as an architect and urban planner from 1983 until 1992. He has worked at Cologne University of Applied Sciences since 1992, and also teaches perspective and freehand drawing at the FFI in Cologne. His previous book with Search Press, Quick and Lively Urban Sketching, is a bestseller. His works have been shown in multiple exhibitions.