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Rendering with Pen and Ink (Thames & Hudson Manuals)

Robert W. Gill


An inspiring guide to the techniques and equipment used in perspective drawing


'Rendering' is the reproduction or representation of an architect's design in the form of a drawing of the building as it will appear, complete with accessory details such as trees, traffic and people. It is also much used in preparing drawings for engineers, designers and manufacturers, and in advertising and industry generally.

Rendering with Pen and Ink is the classic guide to rendering techniques and methods - the standard work in its field. Its authoritative text and illustrations make it indispensable for students and staff in art colleges and universities everywhere.

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'The book for the student … it will also be useful to the advertising artist … and it has something of value even for imaginative artists'
British Book News

'Thoroughly recommended'
Building Design

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Book Details

Format: Paperback

Edition Type: Revised and enlarged edition

Size: 24.1 x 15.9 cm

Extent: 400 pp

Illustrations: 192

Publication date: 16 April 1984

ISBN: 9780500680261

Contents List

Perspective drawing • Drawing transport • Drawing people • Drawing plants, rocks and water • Drawing furniture and fabrics • Techniques • Equipment

About the Author

Robert W Gill was Director of the Graphic Development Studio, Melbourne and author of Basic Perspective and Creative Perspective.