A Simpler Way to Learn Freehand Sketching

Join Richard as he opens his sketchbook and shares with you an innovative approach to learning observational freehand sketching. In this book you will learn:

  • How to draw anything with excellent accuracy
  • How to see with the eyes of an artist
  • How to apply emotion to select and sketch compelling subjects
  • What separates artistic expression from merely copying

Excellent for Beginners ...
to Seasoned Artists and Designers

Beginners will find the method easy to understand and can apply it to gain immediate results. Experienced professionals will find that this method measurably improves their ability to sketch with greater accuracy and emotion. Richly illustrated, with 419 illustrations (sketches, step-by-step diagrams, and photographs), and each idea explained clearly and concisely, this no-nonsense guide is the perfect companion for anyone who wants to sketch manually or digitally (the thinking process is exactly the same).

By far the best book on sketching I've seen.

Robert Frank
Past President, American Society of Architectural Illustrators

Sketching from Square One to Trafalgar Square is a knockout!!

Thomas Schaller
Author, Architecture in Watercolor, and The Art of Architectural Drawing

One of the best books on drawing I've ever read. Will assist you to draw and sketch better than you ever thought you could - and it's fun!

Robert A. Wade
World-Renown Watercolorist, Author, PAINTING MORE THAN THE EYE CAN SEE