Simple step-by-step diagrams for rendering delightful likenesses of cats and kittens in assorted poses: seated, stretching, preening, ready to pounce, and more. Instructions also included for creating portraits of a lion, bobcat, cheetah, and other cat-like denizens of the wild. Great for mastering t... read more
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Simple step-by-step diagrams for rendering delightful likenesses of cats and kittens in assorted poses: seated, stretching, preening, ready to pounce, and more. Instructions also included for creating portraits of a lion, bobcat, cheetah, and other cat-like denizens of the wild. Great for mastering the basics of developing shapes and proportions.
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