Posts Tagged: reference

The Complete Book of Calligraphy & Lettering by Cari Ferraro, Eugene Metcalf, Arthur Newhall, John Stevens

Artsy weekend tiiiime!! I’ve been seriously trying to learn calligraphy and lettering during the past months and, oh my gosh, I can’t stop paying attention to labels, logos and all the places where lettering appears. A good example of how

The Complete Book of Calligraphy & Lettering by Cari Ferraro, Eugene Metcalf, Arthur Newhall, John Stevens

Artsy weekend tiiiime!! I’ve been seriously trying to learn calligraphy and lettering during the past months and, oh my gosh, I can’t stop paying attention to labels, logos and all the places where lettering appears. A good example of how

An Understandable Guide to Music Theory by Chaz Bufe

Alright, if any of you remember/read my vision board post and had really good eye to noticed a tiny drawing with piano keys and a hand on top, well, that’s because I have always wanted to play music. More than

An Understandable Guide to Music Theory by Chaz Bufe

Alright, if any of you remember/read my vision board post and had really good eye to noticed a tiny drawing with piano keys and a hand on top, well, that’s because I have always wanted to play music. More than

Tarot Made Simple by Liz Dean

Hello friends! The other day, I was telling my sister about my desire to design a card deck (definitely not influenced by Card Captor Sakura’s Clow cards, coff coff) and then I saw this book available for review! and as

Tarot Made Simple by Liz Dean

Hello friends! The other day, I was telling my sister about my desire to design a card deck (definitely not influenced by Card Captor Sakura’s Clow cards, coff coff) and then I saw this book available for review! and as

The Art of Map Illustration by James Gulliver Hancock, Hennie Haworth, Stuart Hill, Sarah King

Art book review, who is excited?! \o/ yes! The Art of Map Illustration: A step-by-step artistic exploration of contemporary cartography and mapmaking by James Gulliver Hancock, Stuart Hill, Sarah King, Hennie Haworth Keywords: art, reference, drawing, traditional illustration, digital illustration,

The Art of Map Illustration by James Gulliver Hancock, Hennie Haworth, Stuart Hill, Sarah King

Art book review, who is excited?! \o/ yes! The Art of Map Illustration: A step-by-step artistic exploration of contemporary cartography and mapmaking by James Gulliver Hancock, Stuart Hill, Sarah King, Hennie Haworth Keywords: art, reference, drawing, traditional illustration, digital illustration,

How to Draw People by Jeff Mellem

The simplicity of the title got my attention right away, I have been itching to draw book fanart, specially all my bookboyfriends (Raven Boys! TLC crew! I’m practicing to draw you as handsomely as you deserve!). As a self-taught artist

How to Draw People by Jeff Mellem

The simplicity of the title got my attention right away, I have been itching to draw book fanart, specially all my bookboyfriends (Raven Boys! TLC crew! I’m practicing to draw you as handsomely as you deserve!). As a self-taught artist

Hanging Kokedama by Coraleigh Parker

Okay, I waited long enough for stores to have all their summery selection but, to my surprise, none of them sell moss! Only thing I found moss-related was a chemical to get rid of it from your lawn. Who wants

Hanging Kokedama by Coraleigh Parker

Okay, I waited long enough for stores to have all their summery selection but, to my surprise, none of them sell moss! Only thing I found moss-related was a chemical to get rid of it from your lawn. Who wants

Old English Medical Remedies by Sinead Spearing

What a wonderful book this was! I enjoy my fiction but I also crave for well documented books filled with interesting facts, research and in depth analysis. This is one of those books that left me captivated by the subject

Old English Medical Remedies by Sinead Spearing

What a wonderful book this was! I enjoy my fiction but I also crave for well documented books filled with interesting facts, research and in depth analysis. This is one of those books that left me captivated by the subject

Fantasy Genesis Characters by Chuck Lukacs

Guess what? I got bookmail yesterday  and it totally made my day! I pre-ordered this title and have been anxiously waiting for it. Lately I’ve been drawing more because I really want to create fanart from my favorite books. That

Fantasy Genesis Characters by Chuck Lukacs

Guess what? I got bookmail yesterday  and it totally made my day! I pre-ordered this title and have been anxiously waiting for it. Lately I’ve been drawing more because I really want to create fanart from my favorite books. That

Low-Sugar, So Simple by Elviira Krebber

If talking about love-hate relationship, I have one, with sugar. Most of the time I’m fine without any extra sugar (I can be without touching the jar of sugar for weeks or months), but I’m aware I still consume heaps

Low-Sugar, So Simple by Elviira Krebber

If talking about love-hate relationship, I have one, with sugar. Most of the time I’m fine without any extra sugar (I can be without touching the jar of sugar for weeks or months), but I’m aware I still consume heaps