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Florals by hand

how to draw and design modern floral projects
Learn to give your floral illustrations purpose through step-by-step instructions for different projects, featuring florals in prominant and unique ways.

Penny draws a best friend

Fifth grader Penny, who doodles to cope with anxiety, worries that her best friend is drifting away.

Freehand perspective and sketching

A guide to rendering perspective that uses illustrated exercises and explanations to explain the principles and methods of perspective and its use in shapes, shadows, angles, and proportion.

How to draw my manga world

An illustrated, step-by-step guide to drawing manga, discussing materials, basic shapes, shading, and composition, offering instruction on how to draw heads, hair, facial features, male and female figures, different body types, male heroes, school girls, and ninja, and including a review of basic manga principles, as well as a quiz and other tips on how to decide what kind of manga to create.

How to draw

Describes drawing materials and basic techniques, and includes lessons with step-by-step instructions for rendering a variety of objects, animals, and people.

Sketching & illustrating birds

professional drawing class
Looks at how to draw birds through a range of different medias including pencils, pens, and watercolors.

We can draw dogs

"Introduces readers to different dog breeds and their histories. They'll learn what each breed was used for in the past, and how they use their skills and senses today. . . . Instructions are provided step by step so young artists can draw their own dogs"--Provided by publisher.

How to draw cute beasts

Contains illustrated, step-by-step instructions for drawing imaginary creatures.

50 ways to draw your beautiful ordinary life

practical lessons in pencil and paper
"Here are 50 easy, illustrated step-by-step lessons on how to draw a . . . curated list of the things we see and interact with every day: a bouquet of flowers, a watering can, a cat, mittens, favorite plants and vegetables, a cup and saucer, a kitchen table, fruit wrappers, a seagull, a dress collar, an apple tree. The lessons take us line by line from early sketch to finished drawing, with space alongside for the reader to draw the same. And unlike other beginner's drawing guides, every lesson stems from each artist's particular sensibility. This book is not about learning shapes, but how to create beautiful images with quirkiness and personality. The focus is not on perspective or shading, but the mindful pleasures of doing creative work"--Provided by publisher.

Keys to drawing

Provides illustrated, step-by-step lessons that explore the fifty-five keys to drawing, covering proportion, light, depth, texture, design, and other topics.


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