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By Francis Tsai

ISBN-10: 1600611192

ISBN-13: 9781600611193

Offers a hundred interesting and inventive how one can layout and draw larger delusion figures—from constructing characters to including costumes, props and backdrops. Hollywood proposal dressmaker Francis Tsai stocks counsel and tips for growing inventive figures, giving readers a special chance to achieve assistance from a true professional. hugely obtainable and that includes a wealth of rules, this sourcebook contains an inspirational mixture of kinds and ways, with impacts starting from Celtic, Greek, Roman, Oriental and Medieval to nineteenth Century Gothic—something for each delusion artist!

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