If you are fascinated by sci fi and wish to learn how to draw scenes, figures and motifs from future worlds and far-flung galaxies, then this book is for you. It includes systematic guidance on materials and all the basic drawing techniques, such as shading and perspective, you need in order to create spacecraft, robots, cyborgs, aliens and more - the only limits are your own imagination. Whether you are new to drawing or simply wish to improve your existing skills, there are numerous ideas and projects in this book to guide and inspire you, plus expert tips and background information to aid your own creative work.
Follow step-by-step instructions for numerous drawings that come under the umbrella of sci-fi from creatures, aliens, UFO's, robots and more. Find out how to draw metal and shiny surfaces and other techniques that will improve your drawing skills. 80 pages of sci-fi images and scenes, mostly using pencil.-KarenPlatt.co.uk Want to learn to draw Sci-fi creatures? This is definitely the book for you. It is absolutely packed with suggestions, hints and tips covering everything from the creation of fantastic aliens to cities of tomorrow. This is not a step by step guide, but one which assumes a basic level of skill that now needs expanding. Having worked through the book, all you need is to let your imagination fly in order to create some stunning art work. Geck Keck is a highly skilled artist in this field, and that skill really shows through. His work has included the creation of products for Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Winnie the Pooh. An interesting section within the book deals with avoiding the most common mistakes including how to keep your paper clean and unsmeared! It is fascinating looking through the characters within the book as he has come up with extremely unusual ones such as the Indian space surfer.-Monstersandcritics.com
About Gecko Keck
Gecko Keck was born in 1967 in Stuttgart, Germany. In 1989, he set up an agency for caricatures and illustrations and then worked for a short time as a graphic designer. In 1993 he went freelance again and since then has made over 5000 drawing designs and over 300 models for closely guarded collectors' items, as well as working on products for 'Lord of the Rings', 'Asterix', 'The Incredibles', 'Harry Potter', 'Sponge Bob Square Pants', 'Bob the Builder' and 'Winnie the Pooh', amongst others. In 1998, he opened his own art gallery in Stuttgart and published his first book. Since 2003, he has been predominantly working on children's books and running courses on the subjects of painting and drawing on the island of Elba.
Table of Contents
A clear, well-structured text for developing your drawing techniques. In-depth descriptions and information about the subject. A huge range of projects to fuel your own creativity.
Draw Sci Fi by Gecko Keck
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