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    The Natural Way To Draw

    Okay guys... all of you seem to be great artist, what do you all think about this book. How many of you have actually read the thing and did every single exercise and lesson in this book? I want to grow up and be a computer animator. Will the style of drawing it teaches you in this book help someone in being an animator? Or is this book more suited for fine artists? All help is appreciated, I don't want to throw away a years worth of drawing efforts.

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    I read a little bit of it, just the first chapter or two. I stopped after the beginning blind contour and gesture drawings. It does take a lot of work to become a top notch drawer, but I think your time can be spent doing other exercises. The book does have some good advice, but you'd probably have a better time reading Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards.

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