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by Dominique Audette,Tim McCreight,Dominque Audette

eBook Jewelry Illustration download ISBN: 192956533X
Author: Dominique Audette,Tim McCreight,Dominque Audette
Publisher: Brynmorgen Press; First edition (February 10, 2010)
Language: English
ePub: 1160 kb
Fb2: 1547 kb
Rating: 4.5
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In addition to a baccalaureate in art history, Dominique Audette holds a certificate in jewelry design from the Gemological Institute of America.

In addition to a baccalaureate in art history, Dominique Audette holds a certificate in jewelry design from the Gemological Institute of America. Since 1987 she has taught at the School of Jewelry of Quebec City attached to the College of Limoilou and the Jewelry Department of Maurice-Barbeau Vocational Training Center.

by Dominique Audette. The author of the internationally acclaimed Jewelry Illustration, has collaborated with Tim McCreight to create a book for a wider audience.

This aptly named book addresses the many ways that jewelers attach one part to another, with chapters on Cold Connections, Hot Connections, and Adhesives. by Dominique Audette. Draw Better uses simple text and hundreds of stunning illustrations to lead students to practical, foolproof drawing skills.

an illustrated text book for teachers, students of design, and craft workers in jewelry. More beautiful work by the talented illustrator Tom Haugomat, this time for the campaign to promote South Bank Towers new luxury apartments

an illustrated text book for teachers, students of design, and craft workers in jewelry. Jewelry Making ( Augustus Rose 1917). More beautiful work by the talented illustrator Tom Haugomat, this time for the campaign to promote South Bank Towers new luxury apartments. Tom’s relentless f. jackson ramirez.

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Jewelry Illustration. Dominique Audette Translated by Daniel Feldstein. Many thanks also to Avi Rachel Good for introducing us to Tim McCreight. This book celebrates the timeless magic of illustration as it generously yields its techniques

Jewelry Illustration. Lastly, a very special thank you to Tim McCreight and Abby Johnston for their professionalism, efficiency and for the lively discussions which always took place in a spirit of cordiality. This book celebrates the timeless magic of illustration as it generously yields its techniques. There are people who have a natural ability to draw "so things look real. They will find in these pages the geometric logic that lifts their intuitive skills to new levels of precision.

This book was originally written in French and published in Quebec where the author teaches jewelry illustration. There are only a few books about jewelry rendering, and none of them reaches back to the basics with the depth or detail found here.

Condition: UsedAcceptable. Dominque Audette (illustrator). Jewelry Illustration. Published by Brynmorgen Press (2010). Seller Inventory M192956533X 4.

Dominique Audette Tim McCreight Jay McCreight. INTRODUCTION The goal of this book is to allow anyone to improve their skills in drawing. Beginners will learn the basic concepts of drawing and then be able to apply these ideas to simple projects. Intermediate draftspeople will find new challenges and insights. Throughout the book, everyday objects are used to demonstrate specific techniques.

With almost 1000 drawings, this comprehensive book leads students systematically through the development of forms rendered in perspective, starting with simple boxes and working up to curvilinear jewelry objects. Beyond teaching the ability to render forms clearly for clients, this instruction will hone the ability to think three dimensionally. This book was originally written in French and published in Quebec where the author teaches jewelry illustration. The English-language edition features a new layout and more durable cover, but otherwise retains every powerful image of the original. There are only a few books about jewelry rendering, and none of them reaches back to the basics with the depth or detail found here.
Comments: (7)
Prinna
This book is incredibly good for showing how to render and accurately scale your jewellery design ideas in pespective. It ONLY has drawing & illustration - so if anyone is hoping for pictures of finished work examples, they'd be dissapointed. But for those of us that need to add the skills of technical drawing/rendering under our belts, this is a book the likes of which I have not yet seen. I'm extremely grateful to Tim at brynmorgan press for reprinting/releasing this valuable french publication!! (I wish I had been able to get it a year or so ago when I desperately needed it for my course work.)
A brilliant dedicated perspective jewellery drawing course.
Umdwyn
This is definately a pretty technical book and I did find it a little daunting in places, but I love it! It is ALL in black and white. Only the cover has colour. It is very good value for money. I thought it would be quite small and thin but is a large spiral bound book.

It is a step by step guide to drawing jewellery. Good if you already have an idea of how to draw jewellery but want to know how to draw in perspective. You can go through and do little projects slowly step by step to get it. There is a LOT of information on how to draw in perspective. Very detailed. I have to keep reading it over and over to get it as I have always drawn freehand.
It also shows you how to use light and shadow and how to shade flat and curved surfaces and create textures.(such as sand blast, hammer finish, polish, etc..)

There is information on drawing different cuts of gemstones such as faceted and cabochon cuts, also different types of pearls. Then putting them into settings and then into perspective.

The back of the book contains drawings of jewellery on hands ears etc which is really helpful.
This and Techniques of Jewelry Illustration and Colour Rendering by Adolfo Mattiello are my favourites, but value for money this book is amazing.
The more I read through it the more I find.
I just wish I had been taught how to use all the equipment recomended, such as the set squares, french curves, T-squares, 45' and 30/60' triangles as it doesn't show you how to use them.
Mullador
When ordering I did not realize that 75% of the book contains ring illustrations and only 25% pendants/broaches. But much of the "ring" how to illustrations can be transferred to drawing any jewelry design.
Dilmal
I liked that this book was very technical. Drawing jewelry is really anout understand angles and perspectives and while that can be a bit intimidating, I found this book very helpful in teaching these sometimes confusing concepts.
Quphagie
Is exactly what i wanted.
Tejora
Technical but informative and I am able to understand it!
Kashicage
Excellent technical book.
I purchased this book for my daughter's birthday. She loves designing jewelry; this book is very detailed and she found it most helpful. Using the concepts she learned from this book, she has designed some beautiful pieces. I would say this book is for the advanced.