From picnic-hungry ants to creepy crawly beetles, bugs are sure to fascinate young readers and artists. This book will help them learn how to draw these tiny critters with step-by-step instructions for different bugs on each spread. The book also includes advice and tips to improve basic drawing and shading techniques.
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abdomen add color Add detail Add lots Add shading Add small antennae Back legs basic body shape Begin to add black to color blended blue Blur lines bodies need body into sections bright color brown bugs Bumpy Butterfly butterfly’s body Caterpillar Centipedes Color the body colored paper Colored pencils contrasting color crayon create curved line darker areas different colors Divide the body dots Dragonfly Draw a long edge eight legs Erase the guidelines feelers Finish the legs flower four wing front oval Grasshopper hairy Hard forewings Hard pencil hatching head and thorax highlights hindwings Insects Iridescence jaws legs black lift light lightly lower wings markings Markthe position orange overlapping pairs pencil strokes Reshape Scarab Beetle segmented bodies Shade the eyes shadow Shape the head Shape the legs shiny six legs Sketch the position small sections Snails Soft pencil spider texture underside visible leg watercolor what’s wing shapes yellow you’re