Beginners can learn the basics of sketching by combining circles, ovals, rectangles, crescents, and other shapes to produce remarkable likenesses of a number of subjects. Simple, step-by-step diagrams — plus blank practice pages — make it easy for youngsters and would-be artists of all ag... read more
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How to Draw Princesses and Other Fairy Tale Pictures by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing In just three or four steps, fairy tale fans can learn to illustrate a bevy of beautiful princesses as well as other related characters and details, such as princes, kings, queens, a Fairy Godmother, a royal coach, and more. Includes helpful blank practice pages.
How to Draw Aquarium Animals by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Step-by-step illustrations help developing artists create accurate likeness of a penguin, lobster, starfish, whale, octopus, and 25 other creatures of the deep.
How to Draw and Save Your Planet from Alien Invasion! by Sheldon Cohen, Drawing Simple, step-by-step instructions help aspiring artists use basic shapes and their own imaginations to create an army of alien creatures, flying saucers, evil robots, and other characters.
What to Doodle? When I Grow Up! by Chuck Whelon Help kids spark their imaginations and creative energy with these 62 almost-finished drawings. Budding artists can fill in fun details of career-related illustrations, including the work of scientists, musicians, decorators, and designers.
How to Draw Dinosaurs by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Easy-to-follow guide enables even young children to draw 28 dinosaurs in convincing detail: tyrannosaurus rex, dimetrodon, triceratops, ankylosaurus, others. Drawing basic shapes, adding legs and other features, details, more.
ART START Funny Characters: How to Draw with Simple Shapes by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Four simple steps show children how to create pictures of silly people. The shapes needed for each of the 30 lessons run across the top of the double-page spreads while the different steps are color coded.
How to Draw Insects by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Easy-to-follow guide shows would-be artists of all ages how to create 30 accurate images, including a grasshopper, monarch butterfly, tarantula, caterpillar, cicada, praying mantis, walking stick, scorpion, carpenter ant, Japanese beetle, and other insects.
How to Draw Sports by Barbara Soloff Levy Anyone can get in the game with this step-by-step guide to drawing action-packed sports scenes. Thirty simple lessons cover baseball, football, tennis, diving, skateboarding, surfing, and more. Includes blank practice pages.
How to Draw Wild Animals by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Step-by-step guide to drawing a lion, alligator, gorilla, coyote, ostrich, and 25 more. Fun, easy way to learn basics of line, shape, and dimension. Blank practice pages are included.
What to Doodle? Things That Go! by Chuck Whelon Here's a new creative outlet for clever kids. They can complete 62 illustrations in their own unique style — by creating a rocket ship, decorating a private jet or a hot-air balloon, designing a car, and more.
What to Doodle? Fantastic Fantasy! by Chuck Whelon Budding artists can complete these 62 illustrations in their own creative style — by decorating a wizard's robe, designing a knight's shield, drawing a goblin's steed, and more. Then they can color each page!
How to Draw Ballet Pictures by Barbara Soloff Levy Aspiring artists can learn to capture the grace of a ballerina with this step-by-step drawing guide. It's easy to create 30 different pictures: dancers lacing ballet shoes, working at the barre, executing arabesques and pirouettes, and more. Includes blank practice pages.
How to Draw Farm Animals by Barbara Soloff Levy These step-by-step diagrams use circles, ovals, and other geometric shapes to create images of a turkey, duck, horse, cow, and 26 other farm animals. Includes blank practice pages.
How to Draw Planes, Trains and Boats by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Combine circles, squares, and other shapes to create 30 different forms of transportation. Easy-to-follow illustrations for creating everything from a canoe to an antique locomotive. Includes blank practice pages.
How to Draw Funny Faces by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Combine ovals and circles with curvy lines and squiggles and, before you know it, you'll be drawing funny faces! Step-by-step diagrams show how to create lots of amusing portraits. 116 black-and-white illustrations.
How to Draw Pirates: Captain, Crew, Ships & More by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Using just four simple steps, budding artists can sketch more than 30 swashbuckling illustrations, including a rogue's gallery of buccaneers, their ship, and more. Includes blank practice pages.
I Can Draw Dogs by Dover, Barbara Soloff Levy Using simple circles, ovals, and other common shapes, children can create a beagle, cocker spaniel, Dalmatian, golden retriever, collie, and 25 other favorites. Includes practice-until-perfect blank pages plus a pencil, eraser, and sharpener.
I Can Draw Dinosaurs by Barbara Soloff Levy With simple circles, ovals, and other common shapes, aspiring artists easily create a tyrannosaurus rex, dimetrodon, megalosaurus, triceratops, ankylosaurus, and other prehistoric favorites. Features blank practice pages plus pencil, eraser, and sharpener.
I Can Draw Insects by Barbara Soloff Levy Adults and children alike can create 30 amazing illustrations of a grasshopper, monarch butterfly, tarantula, caterpillar, praying mantis, scorpion, and more using common shapes. Includes blank practice pages plus a pencil, eraser, and sharpener.
I Can Draw Wizards, Dragons and other Magical Creatures by Barbara Soloff Levy Easy-to-follow steps will have artists of every age creating 30 amazing figures! Simple illustrations show how to depict mermaids, dragons, giants, and other fanciful creatures. Features blank practice pages, a pencil, eraser, and sharpener.
How to Draw for All Seasons by Barbara Soloff Levy In a few easy steps, artists of all ages can draw detailed, appealing seasonal images: a springtime playground, summer sandcastle, fall squirrel with acorns, winter sleigh, and more. 30 seasonal scenes in all!
How to Draw Circus Pictures by Barbara Soloff Levy Young illustrators can have a ball under the Big Top with Levy's easy-to-follow guide. Drawing pictures of a ringmaster, elephants, clowns, acrobats, and 26 other circus characters is as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4!
How to Draw Pets by Barbara Soloff Levy Step-by-step diagrams show how to create likenesses of 30 adorable creatures — from a parakeet and a potbelly pig to tropical fish and a hermit crab.
How to Draw Mother Goose Characters by Barbara Soloff Levy Draw portraits of 25 Mother Goose characters, including Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, Little Miss Muffet, and more, by combining circles, ovals, rectangles, and other basic shapes.
How to Draw Christmas Pictures by Barbara Soloff Levy Follow simple diagrams to create figures of Santa, an elf and angel, a snowman, rocking horse, and other traditional figures. 30 black-and-white illustrations.
How to Draw Faces by Barbara Soloff Levy Easy-to-follow instructions with diagrams show how to combine circles, ovals, and other shapes to create 30 realistic portraits, from a young girl with pigtails to a bald man with a mustache.
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How to Draw People by Barbara Soloff Levy By joining circles, ovals, rectangles, and other shapes, beginning artists can create a boy on a swing, a fireman, drummer, mailman, cowboy, and 25 other subjects. Includes blank practice pages.
How to Draw Flowers by Barbara Soloff Levy Easy-to-follow diagrams show how to use simple shapes to draw realistic likenesses of a sunflower, daisy, rose, morning glory, tulip, daffodil, and 24 other blossoms.
How to Draw Cats by Barbara Soloff Levy Simple step-by-step diagrams for rendering domestic cats, and those of the jungle, in assorted poses: seated, stretching, preening, ready to pounce, and more.
Beginners can learn the basics of sketching by combining circles, ovals, rectangles, crescents, and other shapes to produce remarkable likenesses of a number of subjects. Simple, step-by-step diagrams — plus blank practice pages — make it easy for youngsters and would-be artists of all ages to draw fruit, fish, kittens, and other subjects. 30 projects.
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