What's better than reading? Reading withour limits :D
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Read online the first chapters of this book!
All characters reduced
How to Draw Animals in 5 Simple Steps - Drawing Animals for Kids and Beginners - cover

How to Draw Animals in 5 Simple Steps - Drawing Animals for Kids and Beginners

Richard M. Sparks

Publisher: SketchBuddies

  • 0
  • 1
  • 0

Summary

Want to learn drawing but don't know where to begin? Well, your search is over.

 
This book will teach you basic techniques of drawing. It's OK if you don't have any experience with drawing. I can bet that you can learn to draw whatever your age might be or even if you are holding a pencil for the first time in your life. All you need is a slight interest in the subject and the patience to practice till you can draw with intention. The techniques that you will learn in this book will surely make your journey fun and easy. 

 
In this book you will find step by step instructions to draw 56 animals in five simple steps. 

 
Before we begin, I wish you the confidence of a toddler doodling all over the wall, being joyful and proud of his creation. Remember that every artist has a unique perspective and way of drawing and he keeps on improving and perfecting his craft through practice. But during all the stages of his journey right from the moment he first decides to hold a pencil, he is an Artist, just like You.

 
Now let us learn the basics of drawing before we learn how to draw animals.

Other books that might interest you

  • Make Your Story Really Stinkin’ Big - How To Go From Concept To Franchise And Make Your Story Last For Generations - cover

    Make Your Story Really Stinkin’...

    Houston Howard

    • 1
    • 2
    • 0
    A creative, yet straightforward manual on how to take one concept and turn it into a franchise that will last generations. Houston Howard’s “360 Story Weaving Process” is revealed with step-by-step instructions on how to best intersect entertainment, marketing, and technology.
    Show book
  • Story - Style Structure Substance and the Principles of Screenwriting - cover

    Story - Style Structure...

    Robert McKee

    • 0
    • 6
    • 0
    Robert McKee's screenwriting workshops have earned him an international reputation for inspiring novices, refining works in progress and putting major screenwriting careers back on track. Quincy Jones, Diane Keaton, Gloria Steinem, Julia Roberts, John Cleese and David Bowie are just a few of his celebrity alumni.  Writers, producers, development executives and agents all flock to his lecture series, praising it as a mesmerizing and intense learning experience.   
     In Story, McKee expands on the concepts he teaches in his $450 seminars (considered a must by industry insiders), providing readers with the most comprehensive, integrated explanation of the craft of writing for the screen. No one better understands how all the elements of a screenplay fit together, and no one is better qualified to explain the "magic" of story construction and the relationship between structure and character than Robert McKee.
    Show book
  • Riding the Alligator - Strategies for a Career in Screenplay Writing and Not getting Eaten - cover

    Riding the Alligator -...

    Pen Densham

    • 1
    • 1
    • 0
    This is the first book that explores both specific screenplay writing techniques, while simultaneously imparting industry-tested strategies for carving out a successful, long term career. Pen Densham reveals his emotional philosophies and professional secrets, plus insights from his company, Trilogy Entertainment Group. Pen imparts an inspiring philosophy on choosing an artistic career and overcoming the many challenges, such as managing stress, to selling yourself and your work, to finding an agent and being true to one’s nature, all while creating a lasting and satisfying career.
    Show book
  • Notes to Screenwriters - Advancing Your Story Screenplay and Career With Whatever Hollywood Throws at You - cover

    Notes to Screenwriters -...

    Barbara Nicolosi, Vicki Peterson

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    Screen storytelling is an essentially collaborative process. Writers need feedback but too often the notes they receive stall them and even demoralize them. This book unpacks the whys and what-fors of all the most commonly given notes on scripts, stories, and writers themselves. Coming from the perspective of experienced Hollywood professionals, Notes to Screenwriters offers insightful and concise guidance on the entire storytelling process, as well as what comes before it in the life of the writer, and after it in the marketing of the screenplay. It is a unique blend of classical storytelling principles combined with practical knowledge of the contemporary marketplace. This book is destined to be a resource for every writer who gets past the initial stage of writing a first draft and needs sage counsel for what to do next.
    Show book
  • Playboy: Redheads - cover

    Playboy: Redheads

    James R. Petersen

    • 0
    • 7
    • 0
    From Playboy's classic archives comes a trilogy of mini volumes, each devoted to a certain hair color destined to quicken a man's pulse. Blonde? Brunette? Redhead? In the fifties, sixties, and seventies, it seemed like all the Playboy models, not just blondes, had more fun. Building sandcastles in the buff, romping on tiger skin rugs, or starting pillow fights, beauties of every tress are captured in these timeless color photographs. Playboy contributing editor James R. Petersen introduces each book with a heartfelt text, and witty quotes are sprinkled throughout. At once evocative and whimsical, this handsome collection is a perfect gift for a gentleman—whether he prefers a blonde, marries a brunette, or has always had a thing for a redhead.
    Show book
  • The Art of Drawing - cover

    The Art of Drawing

    Vivienne Coleman

    • 0
    • 11
    • 0
    Drawing is all about learning to really see the world around you and to translate it on to paper. In this book, author Vivienne Coleman shows how you can use just a few simple strokes, shapes and shades to draw almost any subject you like, from a piece of fruit to a detailed landscape. Each exercise is broken down into easy steps so that, even if you are new to drawing, you will be amazed at the results you can achieve. As you gain in confidence you can tackle still life objects around the home, then larger outdoor objects and landscapes, and finally living subjects: animals and people. From your first marks on paper to your most ambitious portrait, you will find your journey enjoyable and, above all, rewarding.
    Show book