Dogs & Puppies: Step-by-step instructions for 25 different dog breeds

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Walter Foster Jr, Jan 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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The Drawing Made Easy series introduces budding artists to the fundamentals of pencil drawing. With in-depth information, including several approaches to the discipline, these books will help beginners become inspired and feel confident in their own talents. This addition to the Drawing Made Easy series helps beginning artists learn how to draw their best friends-especially when their pals have four paws and fur! Author-artist Nolon Stacey reveals his secrets for drawing amazingly realistic dogs and puppies, focusing on techniques specific to drawing accurate depictions of canines-from creating a variety of fur types and features to achieving accurate proportions. The step-by-step projects showcase a range of popular dog breeds, including a Golden Retriever, Parson Russell Terrier, Basset Hound, and more beautiful dogs and puppies!

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Diana Fisher is a widely published illustrator whose artwork has won her a scholarship as well as several scholastic and advertising awards. She studied fine art in New York and computer graphics in Arizona. Before concentrating on illustrating, Diana was an art teacher to children with special needs, a graphic designer, and a portrait artist. Diana paints in a variety of different media, including oil, watercolor, and acrylic. Diane lives in Tempe, AZ.

Renowned for his world-famous Whaling Wall murals, marine-life artist Wyland has been a leading advocate in the effort to protect the world'Dts ocean resources for more than 25 years. Wyland has been recognized for his environmental education efforts by the National Educator'Dts Association, the United Nations, and public and private environmental organizations around the world. Wyland is the creator of the Wyland Ocean Challenge, a free nationwide marine-life art and science educational curriculum in partnership with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (University of California, San Diego). It is estimated that Wyland'Dts work is seen by one billion people every year.

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