How To Draw 101 Funny People: Volume 3
  • How To Draw 101 Funny People: Volume 3
  • How To Draw 101 Funny People: Volume 3
  • How To Draw 101 Funny People: Volume 3
  • How To Draw 101 Funny People: Volume 3
  • How To Draw 101 Funny People: Volume 3
ISBN: 1842297392
EAN13: 9781842297391
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 1, 2004
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 10.8" L x 8.3" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Learn how to draw 101 different funny people.

It's easy Follow the simple step-by-step drawings and you will soon be amazing all your friends with your new-found artists' skills

This 48-page book from Top That Publishing contains step-by-step line drawings to help budding artists draw 101 different people in various shapes, sizes and poses. Since each image is broken down into six simple steps, children will quickly gain in confidence when they see their finished results, and will soon be adapting their designs and drawing freehand pictures of their own. Ideal for junior artists age 5+.

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My 7 - year-old son loves it. r, but the images are crowded on the same sheath. Funny variable drawings were a little difficult to reproduce for my five-year-old girl.
   Great for Beginners
My children ages 6 and 4 are always pulling this book out. They love to draw and this book gives them help where it is needed.
It is great for all teachers to include these drawing elements in their curriculum.
   Nicely Done Book
Nice book with simple instructions and examples of how to draw funny people. It's a cute book, I bought it for my 7 - year old great grandson. It would also be appropriate for a boy. Depending on their skill, I think it could be used by a person maybe 5-12. Or an adult, but I think I would be a little insulted if someone bought me one, not because I wouldn 't use it, but because it is a little juvenile.
   Great for Kids
I bought this for my 7 - year old niece along with some drawing paper and drawing pencils. I wanted to find something that would allow her to produce slightly more detailed drawings without being too complicated. These were found at the perfect level. She is homeschooled, and her mother said she is used to illustrate her writing and they've also used it for art. I agree with some other reviews that said that a kind of organization would be helpful in locating the type of person you want to draw, but over all, it is a great book.
   she loves it
I ordered various 101 books to help teach my 6 year old daughter how to draw various things. She has shown a keen interest in wanting to draw various items and has us guessing what she has drawn lol. She really enjoys these step by step pictures on what to draw next to have the result being her desired template ''. Would recommend this to anyone as a gift or a great rainy day project. Our children have great fantasies that help them become more artistic, but may not be perfect, but it is great to show them in a few strokes that they can have their funny person come alive by the end of their fingertips.
   Hours of Fun
I received this for my boyfriend, who had recently spent a lot of time on his hands with nothing to do. He asked for drawing books and I got this one. It was a good way to fill up a lot of his time and keep him positive during a difficult transition period. I would recommend it for children and adults interested in cartooning. It is a good way to get started!
   A good product for the right audience.
My 5th grade students seem to enjoy it, but is probably not designed for kids who are not motivated to put some effort in or who are too young or uncoordinated to put effort in. I think it is a valuable product for the right audience.
   Seems like a good book
I got this for Christmas from my neighbor's son. He seemed to enjoy it, but I am afraid that it might distract him from more serious work. He is 10, but quite a budding artist.
   Great for 9-12 year old
Great book, great service.