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50 Things to Draw and Paint

by Fiona Watt

Publisher: EDC Publishing
Pages: 104
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ISBN: 9780794524630






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Overview of 50 Things to Draw and Paint

Little children will love playing with all the magnetic planes, trucks, and people inside this book to bring the busy airport to life.

Synopsis of 50 Things to Draw and Paint

Little children will love playing with all the magnetic planes, trucks, and people inside this book to bring the busy airport to life.

Children's Literature

How do you draw a ferocious dinosaur? What is the best way to capture the motion of a mermaid on the page? How do you paint a picture of a turtle, a bird, a snail, or a fish? This book enables children with the skills and the freedom to develop their artistic abilities upon the canvas. Each page is filled with imaginative possibilities. Children can create fairies, flowers, horses, trees, reptiles, bugs, princesses, pandas, seagulls, dogs, and even monsters. With simple, step-by-step instructions, young artists can easily transform a blank sheet of paper into a well-crafted and recognizable illustration. This book is a wonderful resource for children who are beginning to study the elements of art; young people can develop confidence while progressing through fun and interesting subjects. This is the perfect gift for artists of all ages who are seeking adventures in creativity. Reviewer: Suzanna E. Henshon, Ph.D.

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Children's Literature - Suzanna E. Henshon

How do you draw a ferocious dinosaur? What is the best way to capture the motion of a mermaid on the page? How do you paint a picture of a turtle, a bird, a snail, or a fish? This book enables children with the skills and the freedom to develop their artistic abilities upon the canvas. Each page is filled with imaginative possibilities. Children can create fairies, flowers, horses, trees, reptiles, bugs, princesses, pandas, seagulls, dogs, and even monsters. With simple, step-by-step instructions, young artists can easily transform a blank sheet of paper into a well-crafted and recognizable illustration. This book is a wonderful resource for children who are beginning to study the elements of art; young people can develop confidence while progressing through fun and interesting subjects. This is the perfect gift for artists of all ages who are seeking adventures in creativity. Reviewer: Suzanna E. Henshon, Ph.D.

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