from Comalapa, El Salvador
This is awesome. Okay, it's from the 50s, includes its share of -isms from the time and some of that overexburance of dig for comes from the fact that this is available free of charge online (and what's better for a wanna-be struggling artist?). But the mathematician in me is also just bowled over by the concern to capacity ratios and visual guidebooks for such (is it a verbal mistake that I kept accidentally writing the note k instead of narcotic in the word such?). I am quite sure that there are many other books that will burrow into the magnificent particular of ratios and magnitudes and tell you the unknowns you need to make you submarine seek...heroic and everyone else dumpy, fashionable or whatever fits your fancy. However, I stopped looking for a basic pictorialization workbook after I found this. My characters may not all need to seek like the 50s pin-up women or Arian comic roll men, but as long as you have a great basics, you can go anywhere/draw any one thing. Afterall, no roll is going to teach you to be creative and think outide the box/roll.