With this appealing guide, kids ages 4 and up can combine basic shapes to form cartoon-style characters. Based on a proven, classroom-tested method, it features 30 four-step lessons. The simple shapes appear in a headline across the top of the page. Below, a second color highlights the addition of ea... read more
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.
ART START Animals: How to Draw with Simple Shapes by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Designed for ages 4 to 6, this book shows how to create 30 cartoon-style animals in four easy steps. Each step is color highlighted, making it easy to follow along.
How to Draw Halloween Pictures by Barbara Soloff Levy This spooktacular guide features 30 easy-to-follow, step-by-step illustrations that show how to draw Halloween's most popular sights — ghosts, goblins, skeletons, witches, pumpkins, and other images. Each lesson includes a blank practice page.
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 by Barbara Soloff Levy Simple, step-by-step diagrams — and blank practice pages — make it easy for youngsters and would-be artists of all ages to sketch remarkable likenesses of fruit, fish, animals, and other subjects. 30 projects.
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 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 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.
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 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.
Silly Faces Stickers by Cathy Beylon More than 50 full-color sticker illustrations of big noses, bushy eyebrows, bulging eyeballs, hair ribbons, sunglasses, and plus blank faces of a young boy and girl.
Knock Knock Jokes by Victoria Fremont Sixty illustrated knock-knock gems, carefully selected to appeal to all ages, provide jokesters with all the ammunition they need to regale friends and relatives.
Ready-to-Use Humorous Four Seasons Illustrations by Bob Censoni 96 lighthearted drawings of year-round seasonal activities, rendered in a bold, cartoon-like style. Each royalty-free spot — from beach fun to a snowball fight — is printed in 3 easy-to-use sizes.
With this appealing guide, kids ages 4 and up can combine basic shapes to form cartoon-style characters. Based on a proven, classroom-tested method, it features 30 four-step lessons. The simple shapes appear in a headline across the top of the page. Below, a second color highlights the addition of each new shape, making it easy for kids to follow along — plus, there's a practice space below each numbered step.
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