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Sketching Your Point of View
Sketching Your Point of View
Paul Heaston
Capture ordinary scenes in extraordinary sketches. Learn how to simplify busy spaces, sketch perspective intuitively, depict wide-angle views and more.
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Become a better pen and ink artist! Learn techniques for capturing the values, textures and contours you see in the world around you.
Paul Heaston
Paul Heaston
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Develop your drawing skills as you learn to capture the world around you in expressive compositions!
Paul Heaston
Paul Heaston
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Learn three simple steps for quickly sketching scenes with accurate perspective, lifelike proportions and beautiful color.
Stephanie Bower
Stephanie Bower

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