From Merlin, the master magician, to evil goblins, noble warriors, castle witches, and wild beasts, this guide abounds in figures from ancient myth — and it teaches young would-be artists how to give life to their very own legends. Tony Tallarico, author of the popular "Where Are They?" series,... read more
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Manga Mazes by Jeremy Elder Venture through these intricate mazes with manga characters as your guides! These 36 mind-blowing mazes come with striking manga graphics that can be colored after solving the puzzles. Solutions included.
How to Draw Funny Monsters by Barbara Soloff Levy Simple, step-by-step diagrams — plus blank practice pages — make it easy to create a one-eyed centipede, a scowling, four-legged fright that's literally all head; and 28 other comical creatures.
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 Forest Animals by Barbara Soloff Levy See how easy it can be to use basic shapes to draw 30 animals, from the common skunk and moose to the exotic forest wolf spider and star-nosed mole. Blank practice pages are included.
Drawing and Illustration: A Complete Guide by John Moranz Utilizing as few words as possible but presenting a tremendous variety and volume of illustrations, this all-in-one guide details the fundamentals of drawing in its various phases and fields.
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.
The Bear That Wasn't by Frank Tashlin A hibernating bear awakens to find himself smack dab in the middle of a sprawling industrial complex where people think he's just a silly man who wears a fur coat. 46 illustrations.
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!
Basic Drawing by Louis Priscilla Beginning with perspective, this commonsense manual progresses to the figure in movement, light and shade, anatomy, drapery, composition, trees and landscape, and outdoor sketching. Black-and-white illustrations throughout.
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 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.
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 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.
Tony Tallarico's QUICK DRAW Things That Go by Tony Tallarico, Sr. This revved up drawing guide shows how to transform basic shapes and lines into a host of wheeled vehicles. In only three to four steps, kids can create racecars, big rigs, dune buggies, and more — fast!
Tony Tallarico's QUICK DRAW Animals by Tony Tallarico, Sr., Drawing Simple lessons by an expert instructor show kids how to turn shapes and lines into 50 different animals, from a cute kitty to a ferocious lion. Suitable for ages 8–12.
From Merlin, the master magician, to evil goblins, noble warriors, castle witches, and wild beasts, this guide abounds in figures from ancient myth — and it teaches young would-be artists how to give life to their very own legends. Tony Tallarico, author of the popular "Where Are They?" series, starts each lesson with a few simple shapes. In four easy-to-follow steps, he shows how to add details that result in captivating portraits of dragons, wizards, trolls, and other characters. Featuring over 40 different fun-filled lessons, this guide includes a multi-paneled cartoon strip that gives kids the chance to practice their new skills. They'll sketch some supernatural characters to add the finishing touches to an adventure involving the rescue of a princess from a dark castle.
Reprint of The Berkley Publishing Group, New York, 1994 edition.
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