Just for Fun: Drawing: More than 100 fun and simple step-by-step projects for learning the art of basic drawing
Author: Lise Herzog
Format: Trade Paperback, 160 Pages
Publisher: Walter Foster
$21.95 US /$ 28.95 CAN
With Just for Fun: Drawing, aspiring artists and art enthusiasts who have never before picked up a pencil can follow simple step-by-step instructions and discover how to draw everyday subjects. Each featured subject starts with basic lines and shapes, and slowly progresses with each new step to a fully rendered, completed drawing. Saving the nitty-gritty technical aspects of drawing for the more advanced student, Just for Fun: Drawing simply touches upon key drawing concepts and fundamentals, including perspective, proportion, volume, shading, and composition, among others, that are relevant to a beginner’s core understanding of the craft. With its abundance of approachable and contemporary drawings, as well as loads of tips, instruction, and inspiration, Just for Fun: Drawing will have even the most artistically challenged individuals mastering the art of pencil drawing in no time.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to draw? I didn’t think I could draw very good but with Just For Fun: Drawing I can! This book gives you step-by-step instructions that anyone can follow. I love that it starts out really basic and by the time you are done you have completed an object. 4 or 5 steps and you have a cat as pictured above!
In Just For Fun: Drawing you can learn how to draw animals, faces, trees and much more. It has nice detailed instructions and is great for the beginner. I can see an improvement too in my drawing from when I first started. It’s lots of fun!
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