Draw 1001 Planes, Volume 1
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These 1001 planes to draw will have aviation fans flying high From the Antoinette Monoplane, designed in 1909, to contemporary space shuttle orbiters, this collection is all any artist needs to draw a range of flying machines--whether they want to capture them sitting in a hangar or up in the sky. The models include Charles Lindbergh's legendary Spirit of St. Louis, the Airbus A380, the Boeing 314 Clipper and the Flying Fortress, the Chinook Heavy Lift Helicopter, the MIG15 Russian Fighter, the Mitsubishi A6M Reisen (Zero), the Virgin Atlantic Global Flyer, and several De Havillands and Lockheeds, along with early balloons, golden-age racers, modern record breakers, acrobatic aircraft, drones, and more. There's brief explanatory text for each plane, plus advice on using clouds as composition.
Book House, 9781913337582, 144pp.
Publication Date: May 4, 2021
About the Author
Mark Bergin studied at Eastbourne College of Art in England and specializes in historical reconstructions, aviation, and maritime subjects. He is the author of many titles in the bestselling How to Draw series.