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How to Draw All Sorts of Things by Rob Court
  

How to Draw All Sorts of Things

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How to Draw All Sorts of Things by Rob Court

How to Draw All Sorts of Things is for young artists of all ages! Whether you're learning to draw, helping someone learn to draw, or looking for ideas for your next art project, this Doodle Book will get you started. Easy step-by-step lessons show you how to draw with lines, shapes, and patterns. Each lesson is designed to help you build confident drawing skills for school projects and everyday fun. Since there's lots of space to draw your lessons on the pages, this book is great for road trips! Drawing topics include: Aircraft, Cars & Trucks, Christmas, Dinosaurs, Flowers & Trees, Food, Halloween, Independence Day, Jungle Animals, People, Sports, Thanksgiving, Underwater Animals, Watercraft. Doodle Books are published by the Scribbles Institute. Please visit our websites: www.scribblesinstitute.com and www.doodlezine.com. Discover how drawing can be the foundation for a rewarding career and fun lifestyle. Rob Court, drawing coach, is the acclaimed author/illustrator of 29 books for young artists.

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Book Info

Publication date

11th November 2008

Author

Rob Court

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Publisher

The Scribbles Institute

Format

Paperback
100 pages

Categories

The arts: general issues

ISBN

9780615219868

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