My oldest son loves to draw and is always taking my younger kids crayons, marker and pencils so that he can draw. So this year for Christmas I decided that I would make it all about drawing. When Quarto Knows allowed me to do a review, I chose a few art books that I knew he would love!
Drawing Comics Lab: This book is 133 pages of step by step instructions on becoming a comic artist. This book is filled with 52 exercises to excited to practice your art. You don’t have to be an already aspired comic artist or a beginner, this book is perfect for you. It will teach you examples, techniques, and comic adventures from many different comic artists.
Learn to Draw Family Guy: Loved by millions of fans since it debuted in 1999, now the beloved characters can come to your drawing paper. Learn to Draw Family Guy gives you easy to follow step by step guides for all ages and skill levels. While you are learning to draw your favorite characters, you can also read up about them and their favorite anecdotes. This page is 128 big pages of your favorite characters and even scenes.
How to Draw Almost Every Day: This drawing book helps you learn by breaking it down by a calendar so that you draw something new, something simple every day. It gives you step by step illustrations and exercises to help you become a better artist. You are able to use this book no matter what skill lever you are at. You will learn to draw things from every day life like food, clothing and seasonal images. You will learn how to incorporate your drawings into greeting cards, calendars, invitations, gift wrap and more! Even though this is a gift for my child, I love to draw and think I would really enjoy using this book daily as well!
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