Kids and young adults love to draw, and a consistently favorite subject is animals and pets, such as cats, dogs, and even the dream pet: horses. Getting the basic shapes right is the first step, and it can be a challenge. Idiot's Guide: Drawing Pets shows readers step by step how to create accurate likenesses of their favorite animals.
In this book readers get:
—How-to steps for creating 50 of the most popular pets, with plenty of varieties of dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens, in addition to favorite fish, birds, reptiles, and rodents-even horses.
—Materials and methods needed for simple animal drawings.
—Tutorials on patterns and shadings to make basic drawings more realistic.
—Tips on drawing from life and from photos.
—New strokes shown in second color, making the process easy and fun to learn.
—Help with rendering more complex poses and mastering more difficult body parts.
—The right combination of text and images to make learning to draw easy for people of all learning styles.
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