I Love to Draw Cartoons!
Cartooning’s a great form of art for young kids, because it’s so unintimidating: there are no mistakes, only funny faces to create, cute creatures to make, and new ideas to explore. With the help of this newest entry in Lark’s highly regarded art series, children can develop their own original cartoons and go as far as their imaginations will take them. There are plenty of practical tips, lots of hands-on activities to hone technique, and more than 60 original drawings for budding artists to work on. Beautifully designed pages with minimal text completely capture why cartoons are cool, and explain how to draw smiles and smirks, legs and other limbs, pesky pets, funny food, creepy crawlies, and even beloved dinosaurs.
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