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    Question Any Links ?

    Thanks for the help.

    Can anyone provide me with link to sites where i can read or download some documents which might help me in learning more about drawing.

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    -Vishakh

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    they do have loomis books online.. run a search in conceptart..to find it..
    also for any stuff learning anatomy and whatnot..
    either go to the libary.. or go to the book store...

    or even order books online... the stuff you need is out there.. you just got to be willing to search for it

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    I already downloaded loomis books.
    And i don't think i can buy books here. You can't find books like those here.
    Just tell me where I can DOWNLOAD atleast...for learning anotomy, figure drawing and what not !!

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    -Vishakh

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    Look at the Gutenberg Project :: http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page

    These books are available as free downloads as they have no active copyright in the USA. Many other downloadable books are usually bootleg, which means you are stealing. So, hit up Amazon and get books at a nice discount, like the Anthony Ryder figure drawing book, or Bert Dodson's 'Keys to Drawing' or the Steven Rodgers Peck anatomy book.

    Also, be resourceful on this site, there's a Search bar up top next to 'New Posts', type things in and see what turns up. and if you get creative up on Google, you may experiment with ethics however you like

    Good luck and enjoy the drawing...

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