How to Draw Supernatural Beings

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Andy Fish

The books in the How to Draw series are especially designed for artists of all levels, beginner to advanced, who are looking to hone their skills in a specific style of artwork. The books are 6.5in x 8in, hardcover with an internal spiral binding so they lay open flat as readers follow the steps on their own canvas or paper. The books are beautifully illustrated and contain hundreds of colorful pieces of artwork, photographs, and helpful diagrams. Step-by-step instructions help guide artists through the learning process.

It’s fun to draw supernatural beings—from vampires to zombies, werewolves, ghosts, and goblins, supernatural characters have endless possibilities. Whether you want to draw them professionally or design special graphics for friends and family, this is the book for you. Complete with easy to follow steps and guidelines, this book will make you a demon of the drawing underworld.

For artists of all skill levels, supernatural creatures present the fantasy artist with unique challenges and opportunities. How to Draw Supernatural Beings walks artists through discipline, balancing real-life details and supernatural characters, along with hints on composition. With information on the history of this type of art, and an explanation of current trends, this book is a necessary reference for anyone interested in supernatural art. 

PRICE: $14.99 / Can$16.99

MEDIUM: Drawing & Illustration,


ISBN: 9780785827177

SIZE: 5.75 in x 7.75in / 146.05mm x 196.85 mm

PUBLISHED: April 1, 2011

Andy Fish studied art at The School of Visual Arts in New York City as well as Rhode Island School of Design. He has also attended Clark University School at the Worcester Art Museum and Worcester State College. Andy has a diverse commercial art client list ranging from local businesses to International companies. Andy has served Four Consecutive Tenures as Artist/Mentor at Art All State, a program teaming New England's most promising artists with established professionals. Andy currently teaches youth and adult art programs at the Higgins Education Wing of the Worcester Art Museum as well as at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts.