Learn How to Draw and Paint Horses for Beginners

Mendon Cottage Books
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 TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Introduction 
Materials 
Charcoal 
Airbrush 
Pastels 
The Basics 
Sphere 
Cone 
Cube 
Cylinder 
How to Draw a Horse 
Drawing Horses in Different Poses 
How to Render a Horse WithPencils 
How to Draw a Cartoon Horse: 
Charcoal Painting 
Rendering theHorse in Charcoal 
Learning about Colors 
Pastel Painting 
Rendering the Horse in Pastels 
Watercolor Painting 
Painting the Horse in Watercolor 
Airbrush Painting 
Painting the Horse with Airbrush 
Author Bio 

Introduction 

Horse are fascinating creature, as horses they are great and beautiful, with an analogy of haste as it’s a fast and strong animal, even in old painting you can see how an artist paint horses in his canvas, so why not learn and also feel how to render horses, by following the instruction in this eBook, by this we are like back in time as we follow the old artist footprints and later on see what we will became “A Great Horse Painter” , after you learned how to paint horses with various media. 

I’m sure you’re excited to learn how to draw and paint horses, and I’m sure you won’t regret it, I’ll teach you the basics, of how to render horses using your pencil, but that’s not all, you will learn more as you move along from one medium to another, so bear with me, as we tackle different types of media when rendering horses, just give your time and dedication in your horse painting, so have fun painting and let’s accept the fact that painting is now part of your life.
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About the author

John Davidson

Born and raised in Wyoming and Canada on Ranches. Studied at Utah State University and taught drafting at Bridgerland Applied Technology College for 20 years. Own and run several businesses, an architectural design business, a web design business and a Sawmill business. Married to Karla for over 30 years and have 4 great kids, living in Mendon, Utah.
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Publisher
Mendon Cottage Books
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Published on
Mar 11, 2015
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Pages
177
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ISBN
9781311574329
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Language
English
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Genres
Art / Techniques / Airbrush
Art / Techniques / Cartooning
Art / Techniques / Drawing
Art / Techniques / Pastel Drawing
Art / Techniques / Watercolor Painting
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Drawing with Charcoal For Beginners 
Step By Step Guide to Drawing Landscapes – Portraits – Animals 

Learn to draw with charcoal using familiar items around you and famous wizards. Over 250 pages of examples and steps to follow. 
You will love the step by step approach by the author to teach how to become an artist using charcoal as a medium to produce life like paintings. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Introduction 
Rendering Harry Potter in Charcoal 
The Basics 
Sphere 
Cone 
Cube 
Cylinder
How to render a Harry Potter with pencils 
How to Draw a Horse 
Drawing Horses in Different Poses 
How to Render a Horse with Pencils
Charcoal Painting 
Rendering the Horse in Charcoal 
Drawing Materials 
Rendering 
Pencil 
Sphere 
Cone 
Cube 
Cylinder 
Charcoal 
Application 
Drawing an Outline 
Grid System 
Drawing and Rendering 
Landscapes in Charcoal 
Sahara Desert in Pencil 
The Chocolate Hills in Charcoal 
The Lone Tree in Pencil 
Mountain View in Charcoal 
Nature’s Path in Pencil 
Desert Rock Formation in Charcoal 
The Bridge in Charcoal 
Tips to Remember 
Portraits of People in Charcoal 
Portrait of the Little Girl 
How to render the Eyes 
How to render the Nose 
How to Render the Lips 
How to Render the Ear 
How to render the Face 
How to render the Hair 
How to render the Gown, Necklace and Earring 
How to render the Background 
Portrait of a Young Man 
Couples Portrait
Couples Portrait 2 
The Portrait of Grandfather Grant 
Animals in Charcoal 
Zebra 
Giraffe 
Elephant 
Baby Chimp 
Lion 

Author Bio 

 Learn to Paint Horses and Dogs In Watercolor For The Absolute Beginner
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction:
Materials
Color Terms
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary Colors
Hue
Values
Saturation or Chroma
Application and Techniques
How to Use Your Brush
How to Mix your Watercolor
How to Make a Color Wheel
How to Create Color Value Chart
How to Create a Wash
Rendering the Sphere
Drawing the Outline
Exercises
The Mini Horse
The Bulldog
The Running Horse
The Shih Tzu
The Race
Author Bio
Bonus Content From
Pencil Drawing for the Beginner – Animals
Grid System
Rendering the Cute Puppy
Bonus Content From
Pencil Drawing for the Beginner – Landscapes
The Lone Tree in Pencil
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Introduction:
Painting Horses and Dogs has never been easy, if you know where to begin and finish especially if it is done in Watercolor, This eBook will teach you the basic and the right approach to where to start by following the step-by-step exercises. What make the Horse so special is the form and contour of its shape, which signify gracefulness and speed, Let me also mention that 2014 is a year of the horse, according to Chinese calendar, and Horse is a friend of a Dog, so I also include it in our exercises, also as they are consider as “Man’s Best friend”.

As you Read this eBook you will learn, more about colors and how to mix them for application, you will be making the Color Wheel which can help you distinguish the differences of one color to another, also you will learn how to use your brush and techniques when working with the exercises, and learn how to transfer your drawing the non-destructive way to maintain your work clean. By this I’m sure you will be painting Horses and Dogs very well after you learn all the exercises from this eBook, so as I always say give your 100% dedication, perseverance and patience. And you will reap all the benefits especially acquiring this new skill.
 Learn to Draw - Faces and Portraits - For the Absolute Beginner
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction: Drawing Tools
Basic Head Layout
Facial Features 
Eyes
Nose
Mouth
Measuring Via Eye Size
Front view
Quarter view
Side view/Profile

Basic head layout
There are few characteristics of a head that is relative to almost everyone, this similarity in measurements will be your guide if you are to construct a face when drawing a portrait.

The eyes are positioned below, above or right at the center of the head’s perfect-center level. It is usually aligned with the upper tip of the ear.
The head’s space above and below the eyes’ location are equal.
The nose wings are usually aligned with the tear ducts, and its nose ball is aligned with the ear lobes (this similarity changes depending on the person’s age as the ears grow bigger). 
Both tips of the mouth are nearly aligned with the center of both eyes.

Although you will surely encounter a person that has a little difference on these measurements, it would be easier for you to identify his or her unique proportion value if you have the knowledge about what is most usual. 

The familiarity to different angles of the head is essential when drawing faces.

Head shapes differ in every angle. The position of each facial feature gradually changes as the head makes a quarter turn. And as it turns further on one side, their sizes slightly change and the features reveal their unseen angles, thus, totally changing their shape. 

A head facing in a perfect front view would have two equal sides most of the time, while a head in a quarter angle view shows the outline of the nose bridge which cannot be portrayed perfectly when in front view. The lips would reveal its thickness as it loses the exposure of its further tip. And the further ear and eye will lose its exposure as the head turns further on the side.

These natural gradual adjustments happen when the head moves horizontally. 

Unlike horizontal movements, when a head moves in a diagonal direction it changes the diagonal thickness of the head dynamically, thus, the facial features follow.
Each facial feature comes closer together as the head leans further. The nostrils become totally exposed as the nose ball clearly establish its distance from the plane (face surface). 

The thickness of the lower lip can be easily conveyed as it overlaps the upper lip, and the eye shapes would appear flat.

When the head moves downwards, the nose (depending on its height) would overlap the lips, and the eyebrows (depending on its thickness) would slightly overlap the eyes. The height of the neck would be hidden as the top of the head becomes clearly conveyed, totally changing or rather hiding the face’s horizontal height.

The facial ridges of males are more defined and prominent compared to females, especially the nose bridge, Brow Bridge and the jaw line.

But there are few cases in which the shape of a man’s profile looks more feminine than usual or vice-versa. In this case, you have to rely on the facial features he or she have to clearly portray his or her gender, such as thick eyebrows or any facial hairs for men or pouty, glossy lips and long eyelashes for women.
 Table of Contents 
Introduction 
Preparations before the Interview 
How to Answer Frequently Asked Questions 
Apparel and Grooming 
First Impressionand Language Used 
What to Carry and What Not To Carry 
Conclusion 
Author Bio 
Publisher 

Introduction 

Some people are lucky enough to get several job opportunities in their lifetime. Others are unlucky and get just a few job opportunities. Since you can never be sure of whether you’re one of the lucky or unlucky ones, you have to do everything you can to get a good job as soon as an opportunity arises. As soon as there is a vacant position in any firm, an advertisement will be placed on several platforms to invite qualified people to apply to this position. If you applied for the job and were shortlisted as a potential employee, the firm will go ahead and invite you to an interview. The interview will be the single most important determinant of whether you’re going to get that job or not. 

Throughout the world, companies shortlist several candidates before the best one can be selected to fill a vacant position. This means that you won’t be the only person being interviewed for that job. It is up to you to convince the interviewer(s) why they should hire you and not any of the other applicants to that position. You have to be highly distinguishable from all the others. 

There are several things that you can do before, during and after the interview so as to increase the probability of getting that job. Some of the factors that might influence whether you’ll get the job include your dressing code and grooming, first impression, qualifications and how well you answer questions asked by the interviewer. If you can control all these factors, then you can rest assured that the job is yours. This means that you have to be thoroughly prepared and know what to expect before, during and after the interview. 

The book “How to succeed in a Job Interview” is equipped with everything you need to do before, during and after the interview. With the tips listed in this book, you will significantly increase chances of getting that job that you’ve been dreaming of. Apart from helping you prepare for a job interview, this book will guide you on any other interview including a promotion, admission to college, television interview and even when preparing for an interview after applying for a bank loan. 

Start your journey to your dream job by reading the book “How to succeed in a Job Interview.”
 Table of Contents 
Introduction 
Structure of the business plan 
Company and financing 
Company overview 
Strategic and market analysis 
Industry analysis 
Competition 
Pricing 
Marketing plan 
Financial projections 
How to Create a Profit and Loss Statement 
Executive Summary 
Conclusion 
The whole business plan 
Author Bio 

Introduction 

If you have bought this short book, you are probably thinking about starting your own business. We live in the 21st century and we have more business opportunities now than ever before. Today, it is possible to start a global online business and to manage companies that are thousands of miles away from home. The technology has made our lives much easier. 

The reason you are reading this book is probably not because you don’t have the idea, but because you need to create a business plan and convince investors that what you plan to do is profitable. Before you continue reading this book, I want to tell you that there is nothing to be afraid of. Yes, writing a business plan is a bit difficult and complicated, as you need to pay attention to details, but yes, you can write it! 

In this short guide, we will go step by step through everything you need to know in order to write a business plan. Also, I am going to create a fictitious company and create a business plan for it. That way you can see how a complete business plan is written step by step. 

Before we start, you need to know that when you are writing the business plan, you should not only think as yourself, but as the owner, as well. Remember, the goal is not to convince you. The goal is to convince the investors. So you need to put yourself in the position of the investor and make sure that what you have written is done really, really well. 

The key to writing a good business plan is not only to have all the sections written such as Marketing plan, financial projection, and so on, but also to have answered all the questions that the investor might have for the project you’re presenting. Always keep this in mind. I will remind you of this many times during this book as I am going to write the potential questions with italic font. 

This was a short introduction to what to expect in this book. Now, let’s get started!
 Bestselling author John Davidson presents "Dolphins - For Kids – Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers". Beautiful Pictures and easy reading format will help children fall in love with Dolphins. This is one of over 30 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series.
The series is known as one of the most beautiful on tablets. The pictures look great even in black and white and are excellent on the full color tablet. 
Lots of facts and photos will help your children learn about these wonderful animals. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of Dolphins: anatomy, feeding habits and behavior.

*** You and your kids will love learning about Dolphins

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Dolphins
2. 10 Facts about Dolphins
3. What Do You Know About Dolphins
4. Types of Dolphins
5. How Dolphins Come to Life
6. Why Dolphins Live in Water
7. Dolphins Traveling in Water
8. How Dolphins Breathe
9. Dolphins Can Smell and See
10. What Dolphins Eat
11. Dolphins Live With Family
12. Dolphins Can Be Your Friends
13. Dolphins Play in Water
14. Dolphins Sleep Too
15. What Threatens Dolphins?
16. People Can Harm Dolphins
17. Rare Dolphins

1. Introduction to Dolphins
Dolphins are very smart animals, they are found worldwide, mostly in shallow seas and oceans. Dolphins love to eat fish and squid. Dolphin's colors are all different. No two dolphins are the same. The colors vary greatly, but they are generally gray in color with darker backs than the rest of their bodies.
Dolphins are well known to be friendly and calm but they LOVE to play.

You will be surprised if you know that:

- Dolphins are mammals; this means that they nurse their babies with milk from the mothers.

- Dolphins can swim up to 300 meters below the surface of the ocean.

- Dolphins can stay up to 15 minutes under water, but they cannot breathe under the water.

- Dolphins communicate and talk through making sounds and whistles.

All this and many other interesting facts you will learn when you read this book.
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