Draw the Marvel Comics Super Heroes

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Klutz, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 93 pages
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Draw the Marvel Super Heroes is a working toolbook. It's meant to be drawn in, colored over and read. Nearly every one of its 94 full-color pages has space reserved on it for the artist/reader. There are tips and pointers on every page--written by the Marvel pros themselves. Packaged with each copy are all the needed tools--a pencil and four double-nibbed color markers, stored in a bound-on zippered vinyl pouch.

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This is a great book that has greatly helped me in learning how to draw. I got it when I was nine, so I couldn't really figure it out. Now that I'm fifteen, however, I've found it very useful. My one complain is that while it does and excelent job of showing you how to draw in the early nineties Marvel style, it doesn't spend very much time showing you how to draw individual characters. It offers sheets showing all of the important dos and don'ts of characters like Spider-Man, Nightcrawler, Daredevil and Rogue, but not much else. Still a great book nonetheless. 

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