How to Draw Cool Stuff: A Drawing Guide for Teachers and Students

How to Draw Cool Stuff A Drawing Guide for Teachers and Students How to Draw Cool Stuff shows simple step by step illustrations that make it easy for anyone to draw cool stuff with precision and confidence These pages will guide you through the basic principles of

  • Title: How to Draw Cool Stuff: A Drawing Guide for Teachers and Students
  • Author: Catherine V. Holmes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • How to Draw Cool Stuff shows simple step by step illustrations that make it easy for anyone to draw cool stuff with precision and confidence These pages will guide you through the basic principles of illustration by concentrating on easy to learn shapes that build into complex drawings With the step by step guidelines provided, anything can become easy to draw This bookHow to Draw Cool Stuff shows simple step by step illustrations that make it easy for anyone to draw cool stuff with precision and confidence These pages will guide you through the basic principles of illustration by concentrating on easy to learn shapes that build into complex drawings With the step by step guidelines provided, anything can become easy to draw This book contains a series of fun, hands on exercises that will help you see line, shape, space and other elements in everyday objects and turn them into detailed works of art in just a few simple steps The exercises in this book will help train your brain so you can visualize ordinary objects in a different manner, allowing you to see through the eyes of an artist From photorealistic faces to holiday themes and tattoo drawings, How to Draw Cool Stuff makes drawing easier than you would think and fun than you ever imagined Now is the time to learn how to draw the subjects and scenes you ve always dreamt of drawing How to Draw Cool Stuff is suitable for artists of any age benefiting everyone from teachers and students to self learners and hobbyists How to Draw Cool Stuff will help you realize your artistic potential and expose you to the pure joy of drawing

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    1. AwesomeGreat book easy to follow with good drawing exercises. Looking forward to improving my craft. Just doing a few exercises in the book so far I have seen an improvement.

    2. I have mixed feeling about this book.A lot of it would be perfect art lessons for 9th through 12th graders. People who have some art already under their belt and are hungry for more. Those are the perfect sections of the book. I've been drawing since I was a tiny child. I'm 43 and I picked up some tips from these sections.Other parts seems to go from g to z. Here is the basic outline and next step is shaded flushed out perfection. There is a short section teaching shading and texture but not eno [...]

    3. An excellent book. Just what I wanted!As an elementary school teacher, this is exactly what I was looking for! The written notes for the children are informative and interesting, and beautifully laid out. The step by step instructions make it easy for the children to follow along to produce really good pieces of art. The exercises in the book help them to develop their own skills. And there is a very wide range of topics, covering just about anything I would ever want to teach.In my opinion, thi [...]

    4. Lots of fun things to drawI casually grabbed this book one night as late-night browsing, but liked it so much I had to work through the entire thing. If you like to draw, this artist breaks it down into easy steps that anyone can do. There are TONS of examples.The book uses basic shapes (circles, ovals, rectangles etc) to create drawings of trees, branches, birds, hands, stacks of cashns more. and includes some holiday art as well as a touch on anime. There are also sketches like a cow's skull a [...]

    5. How to Draw Cool Stuff: Drawing Guide Starting with simple shapes and exercises to help you learn the basics of drawing, this book can help take the non-artist into the realm of drawing for fun and relaxation. A very good book for young and old alike.

    6. This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 4.5 of 5I am always a little leery of "How to Draw " books, finding that most of them look good, and have step-by-step guides, but then make a big leap to the finished product, failing to explain some of the important means of detail.This particular book is geared toward teachers and students and the simplicity of the instructions will prove beneficial to anyone who picks up this book. Each section of the book has topics to know [...]

    7. This book is SO cool, whether you are a master at drawing or just starting out, there is something to challenge and entertain just about everyone. I really enjoyed trying out some of the drawings and look forward to getting better and better. The instructions are really easy to follow because they are written in a step-by-step fashion. This allows the person drawing to add details in increments, which increases the drawers skill and proficiency. The drawings range from the basics, to the human f [...]

    8. I have always wanted to draw. Kids in school made it look so easy when they were bored in class. Now that I'm reaching 50, I can learn technique, shading, perspective, even how to draw city streets and buildings. Ms. Holmes has a very unique way to show you, step by step, how to draw very intricate things! Fancy tea cups, cupcakes, banners, flowers. KIDS: anime boys and girls, all different kinds of skulls, graffiti art, Halloween spooks, a double turn table, lion heads, climbing tigers, and so [...]

    9. Great for the beginnerThis is a wonderful how to draw book. I recommend this for the beginner of any age. It covers so much from perspective to shading and vocabulary. There are some really cool drawing exercises included. You will really learn a lot from this book and actually be able to start drawing well. I borrowed it from the Kindle Lending Library and I loved it so much my husband brought me the print version. I'll update as soon as I get it. I know I'll enjoy it so much more with the prin [...]

    10. Excellent book with Lots of exercises. Some of the designs are a bit on the creepy side for me, but they're popular, especially in tattoo art. Things like different kinds of skulls. There are also plenty of more of the kinds of things I like to practice drawing, like animals, faces, lettering styles. And there are a vast number of subjects covered in this e-book - SO much more than I've seen in the other e-books I've read on drawing. This book was a very pleasant surprise, and i recommend it to [...]

    11. Practicing with this really helped me get back into drawing again. The exercises are done in a very isolated, explicit way, so they're easy to follow.I only just saw that there's a second book like this; the second focuses on shading--I must get a copy.

    12. Meh.I was trying to use this book to help my 9-year-old draw some basic images, but the end products didn't encourage him to want to draw. He said they were all boring. I found them a bit outdated as well.

    13. Great book! What I learned from reading this book: Overlapping simple shapes can be the first step to creating complex forms. The book goes in such a step by step process for each drawing, that it makes it seem easy to draw.

    14. Very cool.I never thought I could draw because when I tried it what I produced sucked. I didn't know that you have to learn, like everything else in life. I feel like I could probably do it now.

    15. A must for anyone who wants to learn how to drawThis book will show you how to draw, but more than that. It will teach you how to shadow, show fore ground, dimension, etc. The steps are easy to follow and very well drawn.

    16. It is okay for young artist or new art teachersI think this book will be fine for students in middle school. The instructions were easy to follow and the illustrations weresimple enough for most people to follow.

    17. Loved itSo great yo it da best yo who knew this was so useful! Oh and I'm gonna make my pal something bye

    18. InterestingWanted something new for ideas of drawing objects. Would like to zoom to get closer. Awesome details, and instructions. Thank you!

    19. Very good for beginnersMy son enjoyed learning new techniques for drawing all kinds of interesting objects and other cool things. Highly recommended book

    20. Good bookLoved it very insightful. very helpful. I will be drawing a lot from this book. My kids will use it as well.

    21. I had a great deal of fun following along with is book. Learned a couple of new things, got some fun ideas and enjoyed doing the practice lessons.

    22. Great book for my son (12), who is now showing an interest in drawing. It's very easy to follow and is packed with information. Looking forward to the next book on shading

    23. LOVE THIS BOOKI chose this rating because this book is GREATI would recommend this book to everyone who wants to draw or learn to draw!!°O°

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