Drawing B.C.- Before Computers by Miller Pope
In this book Author and Illustrator Miller Pope describes and illustrates the techniques of illustration during the mid-century days before the reign of color television and computers when great short story magazines ruled.
In these pages artists may find inspiration and those who remember the simpler times of the decades following the second World War will find nostalgia for a bygone time.
Younger people who were born into the world of color television and computers may discover in these pages a glimpse into the past.
Drawing techniques of Illustration’s Golden Age. Miller Pope relates the techniques and mediums used by some of the finest illustrators before the rise of computers in the world of publishing.