20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around

20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around by James Gulliver Hancock

A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers

Format: Trade Paperback , 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781631590443
Publisher: Quarry Books
Series: 20 Ways
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This inspiring sketchbook, part of the 20 Ways series from Quarry Books, designed to offer artists, designers, and doodlers a fun and sophisticated collection of illustration fun. Each spread features 20 inspiring illustrated examples of 45 themes - cars, trains, scooters, unicycles, surfboards, sailboats and much, much more–over 900 drawings, with blank space for you to draw your take on 20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around.

This is not a step-by-step technique book--rather, the stylized submarines, helicopters, and rockets can are simplified, modernized, and reduced to the most basic elements, showing you how simple abstract shapes and forms meld to create the building blocks of any item that you want to draw. Each of the 20 interpretations provides a different, interesting approach to drawing a single item, providing loads of inspiration for your own drawing. Presented in the author's uniquely creative style, this engaging and motivational practice book provides a new take on the world of sketching, doodling, and designing.

Get out your favorite drawing tool, and remember, there are not just 20 Ways to Draw a Bike and 44 Other Incredible Ways to Get Around!

Includes:

jets

bikes

ambulance

blimps

airplanes

bulldozers

buses

canoes

firetrucks

garbage trucks

hang gliders

helicopters

carriages

hot air ballons

airboats

jet packs

jet skis

limousines

magic carpets

motorcycles

motorboats

oceanliners

4 wheelers

racecars

rockets

rollerskates

sailboats

mopeds

shoes

skateboards

skis

strollers

submarines

taxis

dump trucks

tractors

trains

unicycles

antique cars

and much, much more!

James Gulliver Hancock feels sick when he’s not drawing. He panics that he may not be able to draw everything in the world… at least once. His obsession with re-imaging his world has seen him work for major print, TV and music publishing releases including: Coca-Cola, Ford Motors, Herman Miller, Businessweek Magazine, The New York Times and Simon&Schuster. He has participated in projects in the USA the UK, Indonesia, Austria, Germany, France and Australia, taking his whimsical perception around the world.

He grew up in Sydney, Australia, and studied Visual Communications at the University of Technology, Sydney. In kindergarten he remembers devising the most complex image he could think of … refusing to move on to the next activity after painting, instead detailing a complex drawing of a city of houses including every detail, every person, and every spider web between every house. He still has the drawing.

In high school, he discovered technical drawing. He has always been obsessed with machines and the way things work and rendering the meeting of tiny screws in perfect perspective was a delight. This is now married with a love of colour, paint, and controlled mess as well as connecting it to deeper conceptual and philosophical meaning.

He has traveled extensively including an overland journey from Sydney to London via S.E. Asia, China, Japan, Russia and Europe. Rolling in a typhoon in the sea between Japan and Russia he wondered how he’d save his sketchbook when the ship sank. He undertook artist residencies all over Europe and most recently has been living in New York where he has worked for a wide variety of high profile clients and taken the city by storm with his personal project www.allthebuildingsinnewyork.com

Currently he works out of two studios: one in The Pencil Factory in Brooklyn, New York, and from his homeland studio by the beach in Sydney, Australia.

Format: Trade Paperback , 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781631590443
Series: 20 Ways
Illustrations: 990 illustrations
Size: 8.5 in x 10 in / 216 mm x 254 mm
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