Jon Kemerer

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (4 of 5)
In My Own Words:
All I can tell you is I enjoy reviewing art-instruction books. I have no goal with my reviews, I just have fun writing about my favorite books on art. Plus I'd like to add that the 'ranking' feature that Amazon added is pretty cool. I like it anyway. Pretty self-explanitory, eh folks? :)
 

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Sams Teach Yourself Adobe(R) Illustrator(R) 9 in 2&hellip by Mordy Golding
This book is very beginnerish... meaning it's extremely clear, understandable, and simple (the end starts to get a little technical but don't worry Mordy makes it easy!).
The author's goal seems to be... introduce you to the tools, explain all the options and what they do, sometimes explain breifly how you would apply your skills with these tools, and let you practice fooling around with it. Also the author keeps the ball rolling with an interesting sense of humor (see the quizs at the end of each chapter to see what I mean :)
In the end, I highly recommend this book to new users. Even with a few month's worth of practice I'm constantly jumping back to this book "aha!,… Read more
Constructive Anatomy by George B. Bridgman
Constructive Anatomy by George B. Bridgman
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid and indespinsable, Jan. 10 2002
"Constructive Anatomy" is unique in that George presents the viewer a 'real world' application of the muscles, by telling you what each muscle does.
I'd be wrong in saying this book is a one-stop source for learning to draw people. Let's face it anatomy is tough and artists can use all the help they can get! What this book offers that other's don't is different views and applications of perceiving the limbs, muscles, bones, joints, etc., of the body. For the price it's listed out, ya can't go wrong!
GN'R: Lies ~ Guns N Roses
GN'R: Lies ~ Guns N Roses
5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing to say but, great, April 19 2001
Fantastic album. Again, like all of GNR's original albums, every song is worth listening to. from beginning to end, raw Rock n' Roll.
On the Flipside of the album, the last four songs are simply amazing. Even "One in a Million" which deserves alot more credit. This song is hardly offensive compared to other songs getting airplay on the radio today.