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The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain: The 1999, 3rd Edition
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9 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich.
am 19. Juli 2000
There are those try to shroud the artistic process in mystery, Edwards book is a simple, straigh forward appoach to learning how to not only draw, but see. If you do the exercises in this book, you can learn to draw what you see. The most striking examples of this are the "before and after" drawings of her student. A side note - even "abstract" artist should master realism - sad truth is many so called artists do not have these skills.
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am 16. September 1999
I'm in a drawing course at a community college where the instructor has used the 1989 edition for a number of years with good results. Needing the book, I purchased the new edition (by mistake) through Amazon and must return it. However, having now reviewed both books, I believe that the new edition suffers by comparison.
There are too many mechanical aids required in the new edition, and the mechanics of their application is poorly and vaguely explained, which will discourage some people. My general feeling is also that the author is stretching to revitalize the work and, in the process, has weakened its impact.
Though I find her work valuable and helpful, I'm distracted by the lengthly and repetitious discussions about the need to silence the left brain and to allow the right brain to function. A great deal of verbiage could have been saved if most of this was edited out and replaced by a short phrase to simply remind the reader of this necessity.
However, having said these things, let me also say that I have found the book to be valuable and helpful in my own efforts to gain solid drawing skills that should allow me to render better value sketches before I start my watercolors.
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am 22. Dezember 1999
I can't emphatize how good this book is. I used to consider myself absolutely useless at drawing. I barely managed to pass exams at art classes at school. Now I am drawing fairly decent portraits from almost everyone I know. The book focueses on seeing the things' real shapes and it is just this non rational, non mathematically based approach that makes it work. I used to have big problems with proportions and perspective, and Betty Edwards made me realise it's all a matter of looking at things with loving attention (and not attaching a name to the bit you are drawing). This book has made me realise I've lost many years of my life blocking myself as an artist. Drawing is a skill that everyone can learn. Do it with this book!
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am 26. Mai 2000
I made abstract art for two decades but it took this book, and a matching course I took at my local Ursuline College, to convince me that I could also learn realism. Today, I continue to improve in drawing recognizable people, a feat which used to be totally beyond me. This book shows you ways of tricking your brain into shifting sides so that you can "see" people and objects in the three dimensional world the way only a few "artistic" people otherwise seemed capable of seeing and then depicting.
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am 7. Januar 2000
I have a degree in commercial art and learned more about drawing from this book than I did in four years of undergraduate instruction. If you practice everyday what Ms. Edwards teaches you will be drawing as good as any professional artist in six months. This really is the best book on drawing ever published!
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am 1. Juli 1999
I am one of the people mentioned in the book who quit drawing early in life and decided I "just couldn't draw". As the book shows you, it is not the drawing, it is the seeing, that allows you to accurately record your perceptions on paper, ie. to draw. I don't have a lot of time to devote to this new pastime, but I have done enough to know that I can, indeed, draw, and what's more, I can improve my skill over time.
If you are the typical left-brained kinda person (I am a computer type) that thinks "I just can't draw"--get this book and go through it at your own pace. You will be amazed, I guarrantee it.
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am 6. März 2000
This is about drawing as a mind-expanding exercise, as a means of exercising your ability to see the world in new ways. Edwards has found that the adroit use of certain tricks can help people learn to switch their modes of perception at will.
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am 11. September 2003
Für mich war es ein wirkliches Handicap, dass keine meiner Zeichnungen auch nur im Geringsten Ähnlichkeit hatten mit dem Bild, dass ich mir im Kopf gemacht hatte.
Das Buch war auch bei mir eine Empfehlung, denn ich hatte es längst aufgegeben, über meine Telefonat-und-Meeting Zeichnungen hinaus diese Kunst erlernen zu wollen.
Meine Fortschritte waren grossartig, eine echte Empfehlung wert!
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am 5. September 1999
It's been 20 years since the first "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" came out. My copy of the book is so dog-eared, it looks like it is 50, not 20, years old! But this new edition was well worth the wait, with lots of new information, new research, and new learning tips on how to draw and how to tap into that creative potential we all have.
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am 4. September 1999
As in the first two editions of "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain", Dr. Betty Edwards once more presents the beginning student of drawing with that same seemingly impossible task: copy a Picasso sketch. . .upside down!
And thus begins the journey into that part of the brain that most of us didn't know exists, the artistic genius within us all. True to her scientific approach to teaching the basics of drawing, Dr. Edwards updates her twice-before best-seller with over 50% new material based on recent research into the workings of the human brain. Some lessons are moved around and to her list of the 5 basic skills that make up realistic drawing (perception of edges; negative space; relationships; light and shadow; and of the whole) Dr. Edwards adds 2 more: memory and imagination.
Perhaps most telling are the "before and after" illustrations showing how much one can learn in just a few days of instruction and diligent practice. The obviously painful, labored scrawls of adults discouraged from drawing since childhood sit next to drawings that exude confidence and ease. The reader is amazed when he or she can look upon a similar pair of images produced in the first few days of reading the book.
Amazingly, the paperback cover price of this most recent edition is a single dollar more than the 1989 cover price. Consider it a bargain.
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