How to Draw Almost Everything: An Illustrated Sourcebook
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If you think you've got no artistic skill or just want to brush up on your drawing, How to Draw Almost Everything can help you with over 2,000 illustrations with step-by-step instructions. Color-coded chapters are divided into the following sections: Animals, People, Foods, Around the House, Vehicles, and Seasons. Challenge drawings after every chapter show how much you've learned.
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 6.40 (inches)|
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Learn to draw pretty much EVERYTHING.
Not sure how to start your drawing of a flamingo or a flying squirrel? Boggled by how to draw a businessman, a bat, or a baobab tree? How to Draw Almost Everything is here to help.
With over 2,000 images, this visual reference book offers instructions for drawing animals, people, plants, food, everyday objects, buildings, vehicles, clothing, and more. The section on people gives simple tricks for showing emotion (angry, surprised) and action (skipping, doing a handstand). There's also a section on clothing that shows how to draw coats and jackets, shoes and boots, bell-bottoms and skinny jeans. From tricycles to tanker trucks, the book gives tips on drawing all kinds of moving vehicles.
At then end of each chapter, author and artist Chika Miyata challenges you to synthesize what you've learned and create a scene. At the end of the chapter on animals, the challenge is to draw a zoo. At the end of the chapter on food, the challenge is to keep an illustrated food journal.
Each entry is broken down with step-by-step illustrations, making this book perfect for beginners or experienced artists in need of a quick refresher and a great resource for those who want to express themselves through illustration or cartooning.
Chika Miyata, born in 1980, is an award winning illustrator. She lives and works in Japan.
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