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The Essays of E.B. White

The Essays of E.B. White

by E.B. White
None Pages · None · · 4 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
How to Draw without Talent
by Danny Gregory
128 Pages · 2019 · 105  MB · 3,655 Downloads · New!
How to Draw without Talent is the sketching, drawing and creativity book which tells the simple techniques to master the designing. Danny Gregory is the author of this tremendous book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and he knows how to polish art and creativity. This is a comprehensive guide for designing, drawing, and arts. There are some students who wanted to draw but they think it’s a bad idea for them. If you think that you dint have enough potential of drawing or talent then this book is for you. There is no need for any experience require to learn the drawing. The only thing you need is dedication and that’s all you need.
The Realism Challenge
by Mark Crilley
160 Pages · 2015 · 18 MB · 25 Downloads · New!
The Realism Challenge is the designs and arts guide which shares the different tips and techniques to become a fine artist. Mark Crilley is the guy behind this informative book. The author has the experience to stun other with his art performance and running YouTube channel. Now, readers will ready to learn the use of white gouache, watercolours and coloured pencils to generate the astonishing designs of everyday items. The author composed the guide on thirty lessons and all of them are there for something new. It makes sure the students will learn each and everything. The book takes you from beginner level to expert and makes sure you are getting everything properly as meant to be. You will learn the perfect use of drawing elements which further processes the hyper-realistic recreations of the items you wanted to create. You can make outstanding results and make your customers satisfies.  The author shares the secrets of doing the neat and cleaning processes. You will learn about the various things which include drop shadows and things like that. This is the perfect time to an expert on adding highlights, essential artistic techniques and create the things from light to dark. The book is a masterpiece by the author which makes every beginner’s expert. You can also Download But What If We’re Wrong by Chuck Klosterman PDF.
Counterpoint in the Style of J.S. Bach
by Thomas Benjamin
448 Pages · 1986 · 18 MB · 14 Downloads · New!
Counterpoint in the Style of J.S. Bach is the music and instrumental book which helps both novice and professional counterpoint students. Thomas Benjamin is the author of this delightful book. The author is the master of counterpoint and he tells students how to become master on it. It tells in an excellent way to get the command on underlying principles which make the reader professional. This tool is used by different composers around the globe. You will learn about the modal of counterpoint and its multiple melodies. There are different assumptions about the counterpart that it is hard. The counterpoint is the name of concept and simple techniques which are shared by the author. It is maybe a little bit difficult for the readers in the start but after a few practices. The author writes the important points on the tonal and modal counterpoints. This is not all about melodies, it contains the figures, shapes and overall sound combination which makes it amazing for the viewers. They all mix create the good combination which stuns the listeners. The reader will also learn about the voice and harmony leading which are the crucial topics. If you are willing to learn then the book is easy for you and you will become an expert in a few days. You can also Download The Most Beautiful by Mayte Garcia PDF.
Six Steps to Songwriting Success
by Jason Blume
270 Pages · 1999 · 3 MB · 50 Downloads · New!
Six Steps to Songwriting Success is the composition, music, arts and songwriting book which tells the secret of writing songs in an effective way. Jason Blume is the author of this incredible book. This is an ultimate guide which is full of wisdom and lessons about writing pop songs. While writing songs you must follow some patterns. Whenever you are writing then always kept your story on the front which you want to describe. Write in a way that every line matters. Never mind in bringing variety in the lines. Learn how to give yourself a title of power and establish consistent rhyme which effects people mind. Fallows the proper pattern while writing songs. Describe the feelings in outstanding words of hope, betrayal, love, and loss. Once you are done with lyrics it’s time to deal with melodies. The melodies of the song should synchronize and complement with different beats. Introduce the natural rise in beats of guitar, brass, and piano etc. The author did a great job in the teaching of writing songs. There are thirty exercises for the passionate songwriters to learn the easiest way of generating great results. Apart from writing songs, you will also learn about generating successful demos, how to publish songs and become consistent in performance.
This Song Will Save Your Life
by Leila Sales
304 Pages · 2015 · · 38 Downloads · New!
This Song Will Save Your Life is the self-pity, literature, fiction, relation and a teen novel which draws the story of an alone girl. Leila Sales is the author of this magnificent novel. Elise Dembowski is a kind of girl who struggles throughout in her life in making friends. She ignores in every conversation and her class needs her to crack jokes. Elise is just a puppet for her class to tease and they have nothing positive about this girl. She has done each and everything to be a normal student but no one even notices her appearance. At last, she decided to give up and don’t care for others as they did not. She was just sixteen-year-old but alone to talk with someone. Sometimes she thinks about herself why she is so discouraged by others but she did come to any point. One night on the warehouse party, she met with a girl who has a band. Her name was Vicky and she gladly invites her to be the part of them. This is a moment, she is waiting for her entire life and now it’s here. She can’t believe in her faith what just happened to her. Elise does not only get friends but also she becomes their member. She is happy to meet with Pippa, Char and DJing.
Art & Fear
by David Bayles
122 Pages · 2001 · 1 MB · 26 Downloads · New!
Art & Fear is the self-help, education, art and reference guide which shares the different processes to helps reader to become master on their profession. David Bayles is the author of this remarkable book. What you really wanted to achieve in your life, what your arts wants you to do, what your art is really about and what are the factors which stop you from achieving your goals? These are the mandatory questions which everyone has to ask before chasing anything. These questions will help to understand where are you standing and what still needs to be done to chase your dreams. Every person has something in his mind about doing specific or he idealizes someone. The people have dreams and they did their best to accomplish them. David Bayles explore the word art briefly which nobody does in history. The bunch of people who depend on others for their success will remain helpless throughout their life. You have to learn how to walk alone and what it takes to be a passionate artist. The future of your art lies in your hands and if you want to achieve something big in life then give time to your art and it will automatically boost your career. It does not matter you are easel or camera, wheel or keyboard, studio or classroom or any other profession these strategies will change your life.

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