Anyone can learn to draw sports pictures with this easy-to-follow manual. Thirty simple step-by-step lessons cover all of the most popular sports, from team-based pursuits such as baseball, football, lacrosse, and soccer to individual activities such as diving, skateboarding, fishing, dirt biking, an... read more
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Anyone can learn to draw sports pictures with this easy-to-follow manual. Thirty simple step-by-step lessons cover all of the most popular sports, from team-based pursuits such as baseball, football, lacrosse, and soccer to individual activities such as diving, skateboarding, fishing, dirt biking, and skiing. Each 4-part drawing demonstration page faces a helpful blank practice page.
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