Drawing Landscapes by Margaret Eggleton is a detailed and practical guide to drawing landscapes, suitable for artists of all abilities. In the book Margaret guides you through drawing step-by-step as well as giving advice on sketchbooks, line, tone, perspective and more.
Drawing Landscapes includes six stunning projects to build your drawing sills, with the result of each project being a stunning drawing that is sure to impress. Margaret demonstrates how to draw all kinds of elements from the landscape including trees and foliage, hills and mountains, skies, water and buildings. Each project is practical with easy to follow step-by-step instructions.
This book is both suitable for beginners looking to improve their skills as well as more seasoned artists seeking inspiration. It is a must-have for anyone looking to draw beautiful landscapes in all kinds of media including graphite, acrylic ink, pen, Conté crayons, pastels or charcoal.
112 page paperback. 216 x 280 mm
Margaret Eggleton has been drawing and painting almost all her life and now enjoys working in various media. All her art work has a strong emphasis on drawing. She was a school teacher for many years and now teaches adult classes. She has exhibited locally in Surrey and in London for more than 20 years. She is a member of the Society of Women Artists, the Society of Botanical Artists, and the Society of Graphic Fine Art (The Drawing Society), of which she is a council member. Margaret Eggleton lives in Surrey, UK.