How to Draw People

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Courier Corporation, May 21, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Simple, step-by-step diagrams in this how to book make it easy for youngsters--and would-be artists of all ages--to draw people of all shapes and sizes, engaged in a variety of activities. Simply by joining circles, ovals, rectangles, cylinders, and other shapes, beginning artists will be able to create amazing likenesses of a boy on a swing, a fireman, drummer, mailman, cowboy, a girl rollerskating, an artist, and 23 other subjects. Introduction. 30 pages of black-and-white illustrations.

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Drawing mainly consists of circles ovals rectangles squares and triangles. Get these down and youre on your way! This book though designed for young readers elementary school is helpful to aspiring ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Barbara Soloff Levy has created over two dozen "How to Draw" guides for Dover, plus many other activity books. Since retiring from her job as an elementary school art teacher, she devotes much of her time thinking up new ideas for this popular series.

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