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Art for Kids: Drawing in Color by Kathryn Temple - Hardcover - 2009-07-07 - from Ergodebooks and Biblio.com

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Art for Kids: Drawing in Color

by Kathryn Temple

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Lark Books, 2009-07-07. Hardcover. Good.


Book summary

What do children hope to create when they put pencil to paper? An accurate likeness of the things they see, of course. With this imaginative, informative, and amply-illustrated guide to drawing, it's amazingly easy for kids to make those art dreams come true. After a brief overview of tools and materials, the entertaining hands-on activities begin with contour drawing techniques. With the help of lots of exercises, budding artists will learn the basic elements of shapes (lines, dots, circles) and see how to combine them to make familiar forms. They'll find out how to produce the illusion of volume with shading techniques; create perspective; accurately recreate landscapes, people, animals, and nature; develop interesting compositions; and more.

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