Learn to draw forest animals : step-by-step instructions for more than 25 woodland creatures / illustrated by Robbin Cuddy.Material type: TextSeries: Learn to draw series (Laguna Hills, Calif.): Publisher: Lake Forest, CA Walter Foster Jr., Copyright date: ©2015Description: 64 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781600584824; 1600584829.Other title: Forest animals.Subject(s): Drawing -- Technique -- Juvenile literature | Forest animals in art -- Juvenile literature | Wildlife art -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Children's nonfiction. DDC classification: 743.6
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
With a mix of art instruction and engaging information, Learn to Draw Forest Animals is the perfect way for children to discover more about their favorite animals, in addition to expressing their artistic side.<br> <br>
"Contains fun facts, quizzes, color photos, and much more!"--Cover.
Tools & Materials -- How to Use This Book -- Vocabulary -- Bald Eagle -- Barn Owl -- Bighorn Sheep -- Bison -- Bobcat -- Chipmunk -- Coyote -- Cutthroat Trout -- Fawn -- Forest Elephant -- Gray Squirrel -- Grizzly Bear -- Hedgehog -- Mountain Lion -- Mute Swan -- Orangutan -- Pileated Woodpecker -- Stag -- Turkey -- Gray Wolf -- Beaver -- Moose -- Pine Marten -- Prairie Rattlesnake -- Raccoon -- Rocky Mountain Goat -- Red Fox -- Giant Panda.
The book opens with brief information for getting started, the tools and materials needed, and some sample drawing exercises to warm up. Each drawing lesson begins with a basic shape, such as a square, a circle, or a triangle, and progresses to a finished colored piece of artwork, making it easy for children to follow along. Along the way, engaging text describes interesting facts about each animal.
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