How to draw

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Drawing boundary conditions for learning by drawing [d]
  2. () Workflow: a practical guide to the creative process [i]
  3. () Draw stronger: self-care for cartoonists & visual artists [i]
  4. () Drawn to see: drawing as an ethnographic method [i]
  5. () The cognitive science of sketch worksheets [d]
  6. () Prose architectures [i]
  7. () Elastic perspective: the diagonal line and the production of deep space [d]
  8. () Experiential learning theory: the importance of outdoor classrooms in environmental education [d]
  9. () Drawing physics: 2,600 years of discovery from Thales to Higgs [i] [d] [j]
  10. () Self-generated drawing: a help or hindrance to learning from animation? [i] [d]
  11. () Artist's drawing techniques [i]
  12. () Drawing for promoting learning and engagement with dynamic visualizations [i] [d]
  13. () Pencil me in: the business drawing book for people who can't draw [i]
  14. () The idea shapers: the power of putting your thinking into your own hands [i]
  15. () Actual drawing of histological images improves knowledge retention [p] [d]
  16. (/2017) Explorers' sketchbooks: the art of discovery & adventure [i]
  17. () Drawing for sport [d]
  18. () Sketching designs using the five design-sheet methodology [d]
  19. Anna Lena Schiller, Robert Klanten, & Sven Ehmann [ed] () Graphic recording: live illustrations for meetings, conferences and workshops [i]
  20. () The setup: Viviane Schwarz [on bingo scheduling: aleatory time management using a bingo wheel] [u]
  21. Antonis Antoniou, Robert Klanten, & Sven Ehmann [ed] () Mind the map: illustrated maps and cartography [i]
  22. () Sharpie art workshop: techniques & ideas for transforming your world [i]
  23. () The life of lines [i]
  24. () The curious nature guide: explore the natural wonders all around you [i]
  25. () The art of communication through drawing: the case of 'Mr. R', a young man professing misanthropy while longing for connection with others [d] [u]
  26. () Listen to the map user: cognition, memory, and expertise [d]
  27. () A sketch is not enough: dynamic external support increases creative insight on a guided synthesis task [d]
  28. () The sketchnote workbook: advanced techniques for taking visual notes you can use anywhere [i]
  29. () The art of illustrated maps: a complete guide to creative mapmaking's history, process, and inspiration [i]
  30. () Nature anatomy: the curious parts & pieces of the natural world [i]
  31. () The other kind of funnies: comics in technical communication [i]
  32. () Visual families: graphic storytelling in design and illustration [i]
  33. Angela Bartram, Nader El-Bizri, & Douglas Gittens [ed] () Recto verso: redefining the sketchbook [i]
  34. () The doodle revolution: unlock the power to think differently [i]
  35. () Kids are weird: and other observations from parenthood [i]
  36. () Modeling the role of sketching in design idea generation [i] [d]
  37. Leonard Handler & Antoinette D. Thomas [ed] () Drawings in assessment and psychotherapy: research and application [i]
  38. (/2017) UZMO: thinking with your pen [i]
  39. () The exceptionally simple theory of sketching: why do professional sketches look beautiful? [i]
  40. () An excuse to draw: Tommy Kane sketches the world [i]
  41. () That which is not drawn [i]
  42. () Six drawing lessons [i]
  43. () Early and repeated exposure to examples improves creative work [i] [d]
  44. () In-session sketching: an adjunctive technique for brief dynamic therapies [d]
  45. () Caricaturistes: fantassins de la démocratie [o]
  46. () Abductive sensemaking through sketching [u]
  47. Julius Wiedemann [ed] () Illustration now! 5 [i]
  48. () A map of the world: according to illustrators & storytellers [i]
  49. () Robert Davidson: abstract impulse [i]
  50. () The nature and status of visual resources [i] [d]
  51. () An illustrated journey: inspiration from the private art journals of traveling artists, illustrators and designers [i]
  52. () Dune zine and the drawing jam at Café Racer [u]
  53. () Drawn to design: analyzing architecture through freehand drawing [i]
  54. () Cognitive tools shape thought: diagrams in design [d]
  55. () Drilling into complex 3D models with gimlenses [i] [d]
  56. () The sketchnote handbook: the illustrated guide to visual note taking [i]
  57. () The world atlas of street art and graffiti [i]
  58. () Sketching from the imagination: an insight into creative drawing [i]
  59. () Walk the line: the art of drawing [i]
  60. () Digital animation as a method to disseminate research findings to the community using a community-based participatory approach [d]
  61. () The graphic facilitator's guide: how to use your listening, thinking & drawing skills to make meaning [i]
  62. Architecture for Humanity [ed] () Design like you give a damn 2: building change from the ground up [i]
  63. () A drawing of the world: documentary and comic book [u]
  64. () Drawing flies: artwork in the field [d]
  65. () Explaining 'I can't draw': parallels between the structure and development of language and drawing [d]
  66. () Prototyping dynamics: sharing multiple designs improves exploration, group rapport, and results [i] [d]
  67. () Flexible visual processing of spatial relationships [d]
  68. () Perceptions as hypotheses: saccades as experiments [d]
  69. () Why is drawing important to research? [d]
  70. () Architectural colour in the professional palette [i]
  71. () Perceptual constancies and visual selection as predictors of realistic drawing skill [d]
  72. () Gary Panter's drawing tips [u]
  73. () fMRI-activation during drawing a naturalistic or sketchy portrait [p] [d]
  74. () Oblique drawing: a history of anti-perspective [i]
  75. () The value of fieldwork in life and environmental sciences in the context of higher education: a case study in learning about biodiversity [d]
  76. () Visual diary as prosthetic practice in Bobby Baker's Diary drawings [d]
  77. () Seekers and travellers: contemporary art of the Pacific Northwest Coast [i]
  78. () Drawing in the digital age: an observational method for artists and animators [i]
  79. () Drawing to learn in science [d]
  80. () Bento's sketchbook: how does the impulse to draw something begin? [i]
  81. () Contemporary drawing: key concepts and techniques [i]
  82. () The efficacy of prototyping under time constraints [i] [d]
  83. () Think global, act local: a protocol analysis comparison of artists' and nonartists' cognitions, metacognitions, and evaluations while drawing [d]
  84. () Using contrasting drawings or pictures as an assessment tool within a personal construct framework [i] [d]
  85. () Low and high spatial frequencies are most useful for drawing [d]
  86. (/2017) Drawing a hypothesis: figures of thought [i]
  87. () Expertise differences in the comprehension of visualizations: a meta-analysis of eye-tracking research in professional domains [d]
  88. () What's wrong with this picture?: an experiment in quantifying accuracy in 2D portrait drawing [d]
  89. () Being alive: essays on movement, knowledge and description [i]
  90. Tim Ingold [ed] () Redrawing anthropology: materials, movements, lines [i]
  91. () Drawing together: doing, observing, describing [i]
  92. () One drawing a day: a 6-week course exploring creativity with illustration and mixed media [i]
  93. () Using sketch drawing to induce inconsistency in liars [d]
  94. () Through the looking glass: what computation found there [u]
  95. () Everything is its own reward [i]
  96. Mick Maslen & Jack Southern [ed] () Drawing projects: an exploration of the language of drawing [i]
  97. () Impositions of order: a comparison between design and fine art practices [d]
  98. () Perspectives of time-use: exploring the use of drawings, interviews and rating-scales with children aged 6–7 years [d]
  99. Saelee Oh & Evan Pricco [ed] () Juxtapoz illustration 2 [i]
  100. () They draw and cook: 108 recipes illustrated by artists from around the world [i] [u]
  101. () From scribbles to meanings: social interaction in different cultures and the emergence of young children's early drawing [d]
  102. Hasso Plattner, Christoph Meinel, & Larry J. Leifer [ed] () Design thinking: understand—improve—apply [i] [d]
  103. () Farm anatomy: the curious parts & pieces of country life [i]
  104. () Dynamic evaluation of high- and low-creativity drawings by artist and nonartist raters: replication and methodological extension [d]
  105. Julius Wiedemann [ed] () Illustration now! 4 [i]
  106. () What does doodling do? [d]
  107. () Iona Rozeal Brown [i]
  108. () Drawing: the enactive evolution of the practitioner [i]
  109. () Developmental trajectories in design thinking: an examination of criteria [d]
  110. () Inverting an image does not improve drawing accuracy [d]
  111. () Translations: effects of viewpoint, feature, and naming on identifying repeatedly copied drawings [d]
  112. () Color and light: a guide for the realist painter [i]
  113. () From here to there: a curious collection from the hand drawn map association [i]
  114. () The textility of making [d]
  115. () Ways of mind-walking: reading, writing, painting [d]
  116. () Do lots of deliberate practice [i]
  117. () Visual selection contributes to artists' advantages in realistic drawing [d]
  118. () Automatic blending of multiple perspective views for aesthetic composition [i] [d]
  119. () Framed ink: drawing and composition for visual storytellers [i]
  120. () Art students who cannot draw: exploring the relations between drawing ability, visual memory, accuracy of copying, and dyslexia [d]
  121. () Putting egocentric and allocentric into perspective [i] [d]
  122. () Progressive drawing: a novel 'lid-opener' and 'monotony-breaker' [d]
  123. () Line, shade, and shadow: the fabrication and preservation of architectural drawings [i]
  124. () Students' illustrations of the human nervous system as a formative assessment tool [d]
  125. () Drawing as a generative activity and drawing as a prognostic activity [d]
  126. () Writing as a tool in teaching sketching: implications for architectural design education [d]
  127. () Henry Darger [i]
  128. () Sketchbooks: the hidden art of designers, illustrators & creatives [i]
  129. () Visuomotor characterization of eye movements in a drawing task [d]
  130. () The abduction of geographic information science: transporting spatial reasoning to the realm of purpose and design [i] [d]
  131. () From everyday to scientific observation: how children learn to observe the biologist's world [d]
  132. () Identity affirmation through 'signature style': a study of toy car designers [d]
  133. () Staring: how we look [i]
  134. () Directing the story: professional storytelling and storyboarding techniques for live action and animation [i] [d]
  135. () Imaginative realism: how to paint what doesn't exist [i]
  136. () The map as art: contemporary artists explore cartography [i]
  137. () Vietnam posters: the David Heather collection [i]
  138. () Segmentation and accuracy in copying and drawing: experts and beginners [d]
  139. () Chinese posters: the IISH–Landsberger collections [i]
  140. () Cognitive load and science text comprehension: effects of drawing and mentally imagining text content [d]
  141. () Cartographies of the future: Julie Mehretu's dynamic charting of fluid spaces [d]
  142. () Drawing cartoon faces: a functional imaging study of the cognitive neuroscience of drawing [d]
  143. () Maps as comics, comics as maps [o] [u]
  144. () Design revolution: 100 products that empower people [i]
  145. () Does spatial visualization ability improve after studying technical drawing? [d]
  146. () Predicting the effects of time pressure on design work [d]
  147. () Relational drawings in couple therapy [d]
  148. (/2016) Drawing essentials: a complete guide to drawing [i]
  149. () Drawn to life: 20 golden years of Disney master classes [i] [d]
  150. () Eye–hand strategies in copying complex lines [d]
  151. Julius Wiedemann [ed] () Illustration now! 3 [i]
  152. () Artifice and design: art and technology in human experience [i]
  153. () How to draw stupid and other essentials of cartooning [i]
  154. () Animation unleashed: 100 principles every animator, comic book writer, filmmaker, video artist and game developer should know [i]
  155. () Getting to know one another through drawing [d]
  156. () How shape constancy relates to drawing accuracy [d]
  157. () Where do people draw lines? [d]
  158. Comickers Magazine [ed] () Comickers art 3: write amazing manga stories [i]
  159. Comickers Magazine [ed] () Comickers art 2: create amazing manga characters [i]
  160. Comickers Magazine [ed] () Comickers art: tools and techniques for drawing amazing manga [i]
  161. () Children's processes of drawing from memory: a trans-cultural study in France and Brazil [d]
  162. () Zen architecture: the building process as practice [i]
  163. Steve Garner [ed] () Writing on drawing: essays on drawing practice and research [i]
  164. () An illustrated life: drawing inspiration from the private sketchbooks of artists, illustrators and designers [i]
  165. () Real scientists do it with models: the art of science visualization [d]
  166. () Interpreting urban space through cognitive map sketching and sequence analysis [d]
  167. () Sumi [i]
  168. () An interpretive approach to drawing causal loop diagrams [i] [u]
  169. () The magic easel: twin artists Trevor and Ryan Oakes have invented a new way to draw [u]
  170. Juxtapoz [ed] () Juxtapoz illustration [i]
  171. Christiane Lange-Küttner & Annie Vinter [ed] () Drawing and the non-verbal mind: a life-span perspective [i] [d]
  172. () Proof as a path of light [i] [d]
  173. () Architecture by birds and insects: a natural art [i]
  174. () Studio space: the world's greatest comic illustrators at work [i]
  175. () Spanish in your face!: the only book to match 1,001 smiles, frowns, and gestures to Spanish expressions so you can learn to live the language! [i]
  176. (/2014) How to be an illustrator [i]
  177. () Drawing into abstraction: practices of observation and visualisation in the work of Santiago Ramón y Cajal [d]
  178. () The back of the napkin: solving problems and selling ideas with pictures [i]
  179. () Drawing as conversation: visual encounters with strangers [d]
  180. () Comics stylization from photographs [i] [d]
  181. Marc Treib [ed] () Drawing/thinking: confronting an electronic age [i]
  182. () Outsmarting the liars: the benefit of asking unanticipated questions [d]
  183. () Visual thinking for design [i] [d]
  184. () Why do we keep turning time into space? [i]
  185. () Face to face: the perception of automotive designs [d]
  186. () What's in view for toddlers?: using a head camera to study visual experience [d]
  187. () The impact of working memory limitations on the design process during conceptualization [d]
  188. () Keeping the audience in mind: relationships between symbol production and social cognition [j]
  189. () Drawing and painting plants [i]
  190. () A global history of architecture [i]
  191. () Interview with Toc Fetch [u]
  192. () Tools for ideas: an introduction to architectural design [i]
  193. () Muerte [i]
  194. () Charley Harper: an illustrated life [i]
  195. (/2013) Studio thinking 2: the real benefits of visual arts education [i]
  196. Leonard J. Hopper & Smith Maran Architects [ed] () Landscape architectural graphic standards [i]
  197. () Fantasy art workshop [i]
  198. () Using drawings to elicit nonverbal constructs in experiential personal construct psychotherapy [d]
  199. () Lines: a brief history [i]
  200. () The last great gesture of defiance: a vain attempt to cope with the endless expansion of design software [o]
  201. (/2010) Children and pictures: drawing and understanding [i]
  202. () Thinking animation: bridging the gap between 2D and CG [i]
  203. () Attention for emotional faces under restricted awareness revisited: do emotional faces automatically attract attention? [d]
  204. () Integrating art historical, psychological, and neuroscientific explanations of artists' advantages in drawing and perception [d]
  205. () Drawings vs. narratives: drawing as a tool to encourage verbalization in children whose fathers are drug abusers [d]
  206. () Visual interest in pictorial art during an aesthetic experience [d]
  207. () Working methods: comic creators detail their storytelling and artistic processes [i]
  208. Lynn Margulis, James Corner, & Brian Hawthorne [ed] () Ian McHarg: conversations with students: dwelling in nature [i]
  209. () Julie Mehretu: drawings [i]
  210. () Expressive strategies in drawing are related to age and topic [d]
  211. () Nonverbal techniques in personal construct psychotherapy [d]
  212. () Comparing synthesis strategies of novice graphic designers using digital and traditional design tools [d]
  213. Daisuke Tsutsumi & Vincent Nguyen [ed] (/2008) Out of picture: art from the outside looking in [i]
  214. () The development of context sensitivity in children's graphic copying strategies [d]
  215. Julius Wiedemann [ed] () Illustration now! 2 [i]
  216. Liliana Albertazzi [ed] () Visual thought: the depictive space of perception [i]
  217. () To sketch or not to sketch?: that is the question [d]
  218. () Sociocultural contexts for the early development of semiotic production [d]
  219. () The influence of expertise level on the visuo-spatial ability: differences between experts and novices in imagery and drawing abilities [d]
  220. () Emotional expression and psychological symptoms: a comparison of writing and drawing [d]
  221. (/2010) Drawing: a complete guide [i]
  222. Comickers Magazine [ed] () Japanese comickers 2 [i]
  223. () Graffiti women: street art from five continents [i]
  224. () The creative license: giving yourself permission to be the artist you truly are [i]
  225. () The science of cycology: failures to understand how everyday objects work [p] [d]
  226. () Your career in animation: how to survive and thrive [i]
  227. () Botanical illustration course [i]
  228. () How designers perceive sketches [d]
  229. () The drawing bible [i]
  230. () Comics destroyer: a picture is a sum of destructions [u]
  231. () Manawa: Pacific heartbeat: a celebration of contemporary Maori & Northwest Coast art [i]
  232. () Supporting young children drawing: developing a role [d]
  233. () Design like you give a damn: architectural responses to humanitarian crisis [i]
  234. () Pencils and photos as tools of communicative research and praxis: analyzing Minga Peru's quest for social justice in the Amazon [d]
  235. () Learner-generated drawing as a strategy for learning from content area text [d]
  236. () Development in the arts: drawing and music [i] [d]
  237. () Drawing on mind's canvas: differences in cortical integration patterns between artists and non-artists [d]
  238. () The viewpoints book: a practical guide to viewpoints and composition [i]
  239. () Children and mothers drawing together: encountering graphic conventions during social interactions [d]
  240. () Following the wrong footsteps: fixation effects of pictorial examples in a design problem-solving task [p] [d]
  241. () Look little, look often: the influence of gaze frequency on drawing accuracy [d]
  242. () Using drawings to assess student perceptions of schoolyard habitats: a case study of reform-based research in the United States [u]
  243. () Sketching in nature [u]
  244. () Direct talkback in computer supported tools for the conceptual stage of design [d]
  245. () Quality without a name [i]
  246. () Drawing distinctions: the varieties of graphic expression [i]
  247. () Drawing from life: the journal as art [i]
  248. () Drawing stories from around the world and a sampling of European handkerchief stories [i]
  249. () The complete guide to perspective [i]
  250. () Reflections on the teaching of drawing in the digital age: attitudes of senior academics in the United Kingdom to the place of drawing tuition on the design curriculum in higher education [d]
  251. () Revolutionary tides: the art of the political poster, 1914–1989 [i]
  252. () When adolescents represent the third dimension: three case studies [d]
  253. (/2010) Art practice as research: inquiry in visual arts [i]
  254. () Contemporary architecture and the digital design process [i]
  255. () Torsten Hägerstrand and social theory [d]
  256. () The promise and practice of learner-generated drawing: literature review and synthesis [d]
  257. () Why pictures look right when viewed from the wrong place [d]
  258. () 3D geovisualization and the structure of visual space [i] [d]
  259. Julius Wiedemann [ed] () Illustration now! [i]
  260. () Making sense of children's drawings [i]
  261. () Why is drawing interesting? [d]
  262. () Creative cognitive process of art making: a field study of a traditional Chinese ink painter [d]
  263. (/2012) The fundamentals of illustration: how to generate ideas, interpret briefs and promote oneself [i]
  264. () Digital illustration: a master class in creative image-making [i]
  265. () Making sense of children's drawings [i]
  266. Anna Held Audette [ed] () 100 creative drawing ideas [i]
  267. () Working without words: exploring the use of cartooning and illustration in organisational capacity building [u]
  268. Carol Diaz-Granados & James Richard Duncan [ed] () The rock-art of eastern North America: capturing images and insight [i]
  269. () The two vistas [d]
  270. () Drawing on education: using drawings to document schooling and support change [d]
  271. () You are here: personal geographies and other maps of the imagination [i]
  272. () Inside the business of illustration [i]
  273. () Home work: handbuilt shelter [i]
  274. () Freehand sketching: an introduction [i]
  275. () Matta: making the invisible visible [i]
  276. () The effects of two-dimensional stimuli and three-dimensional stereoptic stimuli on spatial representation in drawings [d] [j]
  277. () Action in perception [i]
  278. () The art of botanical painting [i]
  279. () Thinking like Einstein: returning to our visual roots with the emerging revolution in computer information visualization [i]
  280. () Pathways to the graphicacy club: the crossroad of home and pre-school [d]
  281. () An insight on designers' sketching activities in traditional versus digital media [d]
  282. () Drawing people: how to portray the clothed figure [i]
  283. () Learning to draw recognizable graphic representations during mother–child interactions [d] [j]
  284. Comickers Magazine [ed] () Japanese comickers [i]
  285. () Revolución!: Cuban poster art [i]
  286. () Visual culture and studio practice [o] [u]
  287. () Hand-drawn worlds = Handgezeichnete Welten [i]
  288. () Responding to the demise of adolescent artmaking: charting the course of adolescent development in an exceptional art classroom [d] [j]
  289. () Everyday matters: a New York diary [i]
  290. Heiko Hecht, Robert Schwartz, & Margaret Atherton [ed] () Looking into pictures: an interdisciplinary approach to pictorial space [i]
  291. () The hand leads the mouth in ontogenesis too [d]
  292. Branko Kolarevic [ed] () Architecture in the digital age: design and manufacturing [i]
  293. () Leonardo da Vinci, master draftsman [i]
  294. () Towards an 'ideal' approach for concept generation [d]
  295. () Painting wildlife in watercolor [i]
  296. () Parasite paradise: a manifesto for temporary architecture and flexible urbanism [i]
  297. () The Hamilton sketch book [i]
  298. () The new drawing on the right side of the brain workbook: guided practice in the five basic skills of drawing [i]
  299. () Briefing illustrators: revisiting the value of sketch images [d]
  300. () The emergence of visually realistic contour in the drawing of the human figure [d]
  301. (/2010) Drawing shortcuts: developing quick drawing skills using today's technology [i]
  302. () Development of understanding of popular graphic art: a study of everyday aesthetics in children, adolescents, and young adults [d]
  303. () Brainsketching and how it differs from brainstorming [d]
  304. () The psychology of graphic images: seeing, drawing, communicating [i]
  305. () Morgan O'Hara: live transmissions: attention and drawing as time-based performance [i]
  306. () The ultimate drawing course: a comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide to drawing [i]
  307. () A cross-cultural study of the development of artistic talent, creativity and giftedness [d]
  308. Jennifer Siegal [ed] () Mobile: the art of portable architecture [i]
  309. () Drawing as a verbally mediated activity: a study of relationships between verbal, motor, and visuospatial skills and drawing in children [d]
  310. () Thinking geometrically: re-visioning space for a multimodal world [i]
  311. () A phenomenographic approach to the meaning of death: a Chinese perspective [d]
  312. (/2013) Complete guide to drawing animals [i]
  313. (/2010) From word to image: storyboarding and the filmmaking process [i]
  314. M. Catherine de Zegher & Mark Wigley [ed] () The activist drawing: retracing situationist architectures from Constant's New Babylon to beyond [i]
  315. () Darger: the Henry Darger collection at the American Folk Art Museum [i]
  316. () Biological drawing: a scientific tool for learning [d]
  317. () Creativity in the design process: co-evolution of problem–solution [d]
  318. () Geometry of design: studies in proportion and composition [i]
  319. () The tenaciously tedious simple stories of a noman [o] [u]
  320. () Frezzato sketchbook [i]
  321. Angus Hyland & Roanne Bell [ed] () Pen and mouse: commercial art and digital illustration [i]
  322. () Jim Henson's designs and doodles: a muppet sketchbook [i]
  323. () Musical notation of non-musical courses [d]
  324. () Artists as experts in visual cognition [d]
  325. () Geometry, drawing, and writing [i] [d]
  326. () A painter's eye movements: a study of eye and hand movement during portrait drawing [d]
  327. () Towards a theory of children's drawing as social practice [d] [j]
  328. () Drawing and showing: helping children to report emotionally laden events [d]
  329. (/2009) The animator's survival kit [i]
  330. () Optics of the human eye [i]
  331. () Digital lighting and rendering [i]
  332. () Decreasing variability in the development of graphic production [d]
  333. () The films of Mike Leigh: embracing the world [i]
  334. () The effect of three different educational approaches on children's drawing ability: Steiner, Montessori and traditional [p] [d]
  335. () Sources of inspiration: a language of design [d]
  336. () How to use your eyes [i]
  337. () Exploring visions: self-monitoring and evaluation processes within the Nepal–UK community forestry project [i] [d]
  338. Galas de México [ed] () La leyenda de los cromos: el arte de los calendarios mexicanos del siglo xx en Galas de México [i]
  339. () The education of an illustrator [i]
  340. () Integration of space syntax into GIS for modelling urban spaces [d]
  341. () The relationship between children's production and comprehension of realism in drawing [d]
  342. (/2003) Keeping a nature journal: discover a whole new way of seeing the world around you [i]
  343. () Proofs without words II: more exercises in visual thinking [i]
  344. () The art of teaching art: a guide for teaching and learning the foundations of drawing-based art [i]
  345. () Drawing as the backbone of visual communication [i]
  346. () The artist's complete guide to figure drawing: a contemporary perspective on the classical tradition [i]
  347. () Uncertainty and sketching behaviour [d]
  348. (/2007) Storyboards: motion in art [i]
  349. (/2013) Information visualization: perception for design [i]
  350. () Learning to draw and drawing to learn [d]
  351. () The self-made tapestry: pattern formation in nature [i]
  352. (/2008) Introduction to two-dimensional design: understanding form and function [i]
  353. () A multiple pathways/multiple endpoints model of graphic development [j]
  354. () What painting is: how to think about oil painting, using the language of alchemy [i]
  355. () The domain of images [i]
  356. () Drawing facilitates children's verbal reports after long delays [d]
  357. () Assessing progression in primary children's map drawing skills [d]
  358. () The thumbnail: a project for teaching a visual shorthand [d] [j]
  359. () The nest: an artist's sketchbook [i]
  360. () Visual-spatial thinking: an aspect of science overlooked by educators [d]
  361. () Open here: the art of instructional design [i]
  362. () The role of abstraction in scientific illustration: implications for pedagogy [d]
  363. () Proportion: science, philosophy, architecture [i]
  364. () Looking for the muse in some of the right places [book review] [d] [j]
  365. () Children of Kronos: what two artists and two cultures did with their childhood art [j]
  366. () View-dependent geometry [i] [d]
  367. () 'Stuckness' in the design studio [d]
  368. () Truth and the visual field [i]
  369. () Custom built: a twenty-year survey of work by Allan Wexler [i]
  370. () Design drawing [i]
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  372. (/2007) Art in motion: animation aesthetics [i]
  373. () The pictorial context dependency of savant artists: a research note [d]
  374. () Visual intelligence: how we create what we see [i]
  375. () Visual language: global communication for the 21st century [i]
  376. () Inattentional blindness [i]
  377. () Matta: tras las huellas de un gigante = following the footsteps of a giant [o]
  378. () Patterns of artistic development in children: comparative studies of talent [i]
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  380. () Perske pencil portraits, 1971–1990 [i]
  381. () Drawings and the design process: a review of protocol studies in design and other disciplines and related research in cognitive psychology [d]
  382. () Gonzo the art [i]
  383. () Le portrait [i]
  384. () Why can't most people draw what they see? [d]
  385. () Identifying resources from which children advance into pictorial innovation [j]
  386. () A trail through leaves: the journal as a path to place [i]
  387. (/2005) The art of comic-book inking [i]
  388. () Zeichnen und Entwerfen = Drawing as design process: courses, themes and projects at the Basel School of Design [i]
  389. () Architectural representation and the perspective hinge [i]
  390. (/2007) Where there is no artist: development drawings and how to use them [i] [d]
  391. () The role of drawing in graphic design and the implications for curriculum planning [d]
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  393. () The encyclopedia of illustration techniques [i]
  394. () Beyond words: a guide to drawing out ideas [i]
  395. () Rapid problem-solving with Post-it Notes [i]
  396. () What do architects and students perceive in their design sketches?: a protocol analysis [d]
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  398. () The Vilppu drawing manual [o]
  399. () Art and representation: new principles in the analysis of pictures [i]
  400. () Types of child art and alternative developmental accounts: interpreting the interpreters [d]
  401. () Vincent van Gogh's early years as an artist [d]
  402. () Drawing: notes from a teacher [o]
  403. Roy Edward Disney, Joyce Greene, Deborah Reber, & Christian Clark [ed] () Drawing insight: communicating development through animation [i]
  404. (/1999) Information graphics: a comprehensive illustrated reference [i]
  405. () Breve manual para historietistas [with comments by William Stout] [u]
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  407. () New entries: learning by writing and drawing [i]
  408. () Giant THB parade [i]
  409. () The rage to master: the decisive role of talent in the visual arts [i]
  410. () The effect of drawing on memory performance in young children [d]
  411. () A visual dictionary of architecture [i]
  412. () Will Eisner sketchbook [i]
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  414. () Sketches of thought [i]
  415. () The designer as a team of one [d]
  416. (/1997) The cartoonist's workbook [i]
  417. () The business of illustration [i]
  418. () Visual thinking for architects and designers: visualizing context in design [i]
  419. () Chinese propaganda posters: from revolution to modernization [i]
  420. () Pictures, people, and power: people-centred visual aids for development [i]
  421. () 'What should I draw today?': sketchbooks in early childhood [d] [j]
  422. () Cartoon animation [i]
  423. () Introduction to botanical art techniques = Botanikaru āto san'yasō o egaku [i]
  424. () From eco-cities to living machines: principles of ecological design [i]
  425. () The encyclopedia of cartooning techniques [i]
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  427. () Proofs without words: exercises in visual thinking [i]
  428. () Perspective [i]
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  432. (/2004) Drawing from life [i]
  433. () Drawing your own conclusions: graphic strategies for reading, writing, and thinking [i]
  434. (/2003) The child's creation of a pictorial world [i]
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  436. () Writings = Schriften [i]
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  438. () Figure drawing without a model [i]
  439. (/2015) The mechanical design process [i]
  440. () Basic visual concepts and principles for artists, architects, and designers [i]
  441. () Designing your natural house [i]
  442. Olivier Debroise, Elisabeth Sussman, & Matthew Teitelbaum [ed] () El corazón sangrante = The bleeding heart [i]
  443. () The dialectics of sketching [d]
  444. () A life in hand: creating the illuminated journal [i]
  445. () Going beyond words: the art and practice of visual thinking [i]
  446. () Félix Vallotton [i]
  447. Poster Book Collective, South African History Archive [ed] () Images of defiance: South African resistance posters of the 1980s [i]
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  450. () Amplifying the mind's eye: sketching and visual cognition [d] [j]
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  452. () Frog's riddle & other draw-and-tell stories [i]
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  458. (/2003) The guild handbook of scientific illustration [i]
  459. () Vision and the art of drawing [i]
  460. () When is an object not an object?: the effect of 'meaning' upon the copying of line drawings [d]
  461. () Rethinking visual literacy: helping pre-literates learn [u]
  462. () The language of visual art: perception as a basis for design [i]
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  464. () Visual simulation: a user's guide for architects, engineers, and planners [i]
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  466. (/1994) Cartoons: one hundred years of cinema animation [i]
  467. () To copy or not to copy: a review [d] [j]
  468. () Rethinking visual literacy: research in progress [d]
  469. () A modular network perspective model vs. vectorial models [d] [j]
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  471. () Principles of two-dimensional form [i]
  472. () Drawing without fear [i]
  473. () Artist outdoors: field sketching in the American West [i]
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  475. () Ink-line sketching [i]
  476. () Principles of traditional animation applied to 3D computer animation [u]
  477. (/2005) Technical drawing [i]
  478. () Varieties of realism: geometries of representational art [i]
  479. () Figure drawing and anatomy for the artist [i]
  480. () The fantasy embeddedness of girls' horse drawings [d] [j]
  481. () How 35 children born between 1724 and 1900 learned to draw [d] [j]
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  483. () Scientific illustration: a guide for the beginning artist [i]
  484. (/1993) The ancient tradition of geometric problems [i]
  485. (/2009) Basic perspective drawing: a visual approach [i]
  486. () What is Japanese architecture?: a survey of traditional Japanese architecture [i]
  487. () Manual of graphic techniques 4: for architects, graphic designers, & artists [i]
  488. () Year of the king: an actor's diary and sketchbook [i]
  489. () Visual notes for architects and designers [i]
  490. () Twentieth-Century American drawings: the figure in context [i]
  491. (/1992) Cross-cultural interpretations of cartoons and drawings [i]
  492. () Drawing for designing [d] [j]
  493. (/1995) The art of field sketching [i]
  494. () Ecological constraints on internal representation: resonant kinematics of perceiving, imagining, thinking, and dreaming [d]
  495. () Bioshelters, ocean arks, city farming: ecology as the basis of design [i]
  496. () Manual of graphic techniques 3: for architects, graphic designers, & artists [i]
  497. () Painting and drawing as manifestations of visual perception [d] [j]
  498. () I Leonardo [i]
  499. () Commonsense architecture: a cross-cultural survey of practical design principles [i]
  500. () Perspective in perspective [i]
  501. () Artesanías y técnicas shuar [o]
  502. () Sacred geometry: philosophy and practice [i]
  503. () Manual of graphic techniques 2: for architects, graphic designers, & artists [i]
  504. () Artists in tune with their world: masters of popular art in the Americas and their relation to the folk tradition [i]
  505. (/1996) The complete book of fashion illustration [i]
  506. (/1984) Daybook, the journey of an artist [i]
  507. () The power of limits: proportional harmonies in nature, art, and architecture [i]
  508. () Drawing from action for action: drawing and discussion as a popular research tool [o]
  509. (/1987) A naturalist's sketchbook: pages from the seasons of a year [i]
  510. () Disney animation: the illusion of life [i]
  511. () On mapping the world in a mirror [d]
  512. () How to draw cartoon animation [i]
  513. Terence Dalley [ed] () The complete guide to illustration and design techniques and materials [i]
  514. (/2006) Rapid viz: a new method for the rapid visualization of ideas [i]
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  519. (/2008) The barefoot architect: a handbook for green building [i]
  520. (/1995) Nature drawing: a tool for learning [i]
  521. (/2004) Drawing the sun [o]
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  523. () High contrast [i]
  524. () Notes from the energy underground [i]
  525. (/2004) Graphic idea notebook: a treasury of solutions to visual problems [i]
  526. () The timeless way of building [i]
  527. () To take hold of space: isovists and isovist fields [d]
  528. () Architecture: form, space & order [i]
  529. (/1989) Drawing on the right side of the brain: a course in enhancing creativity and artistic confidence [i]
  530. () Tents: architecture of the nomads [i]
  531. () Figure structure, figure action, and framing in drawings by American and Egyptian children [d] [j]
  532. (/1994) Scientific illustration: a guide to biological, zoological, and medical rendering techniques, design, printing, and display [i]
  533. () Tools and how to use them: an illustrated encyclopedia [i]
  534. () Shelter II [i]
  535. () A pattern language: towns, buildings, construction [i]
  536. (/1981) Graphics and graphic information-processing [i] [d]
  537. () 100 great Chinese posters: recent examples of 'the people's art' from The People's Republic of China [i]
  538. () Draw!: a visual approach to thinking, learning, and communicating [i]
  539. (/2001) Problem seeking: an architectural programming primer [i]
  540. () The prodigious builders: notes toward a natural history of architecture with special regard to those species that are traditionally neglected or downright ignored [i]
  541. () Underground designs [i]
  542. () An iconoclastic view of the imagery sources in the drawings of young people [d] [j]
  543. () Underground [i]
  544. (/1985) Architectural graphics [i]
  545. (/1991) Building construction illustrated [i]
  546. (/1983) The visual and spatial structure of landscapes [i]
  547. (/1981) More other homes and garbage: designs for self-sufficient living [i]
  548. (/2000) Design drawing experiences [i]
  549. (/2001) Conceptual blockbusting: a guide to better ideas [i]
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  551. (/1983) Animal architecture [i]
  552. (/2001) Design drawing [i]
  553. () In praise of hands: contemporary crafts of the world [i]
  554. () Architecture for the poor: an experiment in rural Egypt [i]
  555. (/1990) Shelter [i]
  556. (/1999) Archigram [i]
  557. (/2006) Ed Emberley's drawing book: make a world [i]
  558. () Artist on the spot [i]
  559. (/1980) Experiences in visual thinking [i]
  560. () The information available in pictures [d] [j]
  561. (/1978) Apuntes porteños [o]
  562. (/1983) The art of drawing [i]
  563. () Lettering as drawing: contour and silhouette [i]
  564. Peter Probyn [ed] () The complete drawing book [i]
  565. () Notations [o]
  566. (/1992) Design with nature [i]
  567. (/2007) A guide to drawing [i]
  568. () The language of drawing [o]
  569. (/2003) Perspective drawing handbook [i]
  570. (/1987) Architecture without architects: a short introduction to non-pedigreed architecture [i]
  571. () India and Southeast Asia [o]
  572. (/1979) A history of engineering drawing [i]
  573. (/1992) Design with climate: bioclimatic approach to architectural regionalism [i]
  574. (/1976) Manual of scientific illustration: with special chapters on photography, cover design, and book manufacturing [o]
  575. () Creative drawing, point and line [i]
  576. () The illustrated book about the Far East [o]
  577. (/2006) The medieval sketchbook of Villard de Honnecourt [i]
  578. (/2008) On the art of drawing [i]
  579. () Cosmic view: the universe in 40 jumps [o]
  580. () The education of an artist [o]
  581. () The shape of content [o]
  582. (/1992) Creative perspective for artists and illustrators [i]
  583. (/1973) The methods of construction of Celtic art [i]
  584. (/1958) Three-dimensional drawing [o]
  585. (/1979) Rockwell on Rockwell: how I make a picture [i]
  586. () How to draw trees: drawing shrubs, trees, and landscapes [o]
  587. (/1977) The geometry of art and life [i]
  588. (/1964) Art & geometry: a study in space intuitions [i]
  589. (/1996) The art of drawing [i]
  590. () Forty illustrators and how they work [o]
  591. () Martha Sawyers, illustrator of oriental lore [o]
  592. (/2011) Figure drawing for all it's worth [i]
  593. (/2006) Cézanne's composition: analysis of his form with diagrams and photographs of his motifs [i]
  594. (/1960) Hawthorne on painting [o]
  595. (/1973) On the rationalization of sight: with an examination of three Renaissance texts on perspective [i]
  596. () Practical applications of dynamic symmetry [o]
  597. (/1948) Architectural drawing: a practical handbook for students and others [o]
  598. (/1967) The elements of dynamic symmetry [i] [u]
  599. (/1968) Pedagogical sketchbook [i] [u]
  600. (/1960) The art spirit: notes, articles, fragments of letters and talks to students, bearing on the concept and technique of picture making, the study of art generally, and on appreciation [i]
  601. () Handbook of nature-study for teachers and parents: based on the Cornell nature-study leaflets, with much additional material and many new illustrations [o] [u]
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  604. (/1972) Picture-writing of the American Indians [i] [u]
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  606. () On isometrical perspective [o] [u]
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  608. (/1996) Studies in perspective [i]

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