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Drawing For Older Children & Teens

by Putnam

Everyone can learn to draw--and feel truly proud of the results--using Mona Brookes' proven drawing methods. Now the author of America's best-selling art instruction book for young children provides a complete course for older children, teens, and adult beginners. In Part I, you'll discover the many different styles you can choose to draw in and how to develop your own personal style. In Part II, you'll discover a unique way of seeing that allows you to draw any shape you observe. You'll learn the basics (from buying art supplies to planning your compositions) and all the good stuff--proportion, scale, perspective, contrast, shading, and special effects. Lastly, Mona provides essential information on drawing the human form, animals, still life, landscapes, and buildings. Also, includes special sections for art teachers and educators. Paperback, 223 pages.
ISBN 874776619 Putnam

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My children and I have worked through most of "Drawing with Children" by the same author and I can hardly wait to get started on this one. I am NOT an artist by any stretch of the imagination, but using...[more]

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Rated by: Rita S. in York, SC
My children and I have worked through most of "Drawing with Children" by the same author and I can hardly wait to get started on this one. I am NOT an artist by any stretch of the imagination, but using Mona Brookes's approach has allowed my children and I to learn how to draw.

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