Draw 50 Animals

Draw 50 Animals Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 9780307795038
Release 2012-05-08
Pages 64
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DRAW 50 ANIMALS is a step-by-step, easy-to-use drawing book that will help kids and adults alike develop their technical drawing skills and build a repertoire of animal subjects. Fifty furry, scaly and feathered friends are here for aspiring young artists to learn how to draw, including a lion, a giraffe, a dinosaur, a penguin, a bunny, a shark, and much more. It's easy to bring these animals to life the Draw 50 way. Over the past thirty years, celebrated author Lee J. Ames' distinctive drawing method has proven to be successful for those wishing to draw everything from animals to airplanes. The books in the Draw 50 series have sold more than 5 million copies and have shown artists from beginning to advanced levels how to draw. From the Trade Paperback edition.



Draw 50 Animals

Draw 50 Animals Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 0808537598
Release 1985-03-12
Pages
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A step-by-step approach to drawing various mammals, birds, insects, and fish.



Draw 50 Animals

Draw 50 Animals Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 9780385195195
Release 1974
Pages 64
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Fifty furry, scaly and feathered friends are here for aspiring young artists to draw.



Draw 50 Animals

Draw 50 Animals Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 1626546452
Release 2016-08-09
Pages 64
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Draw 50 Animals has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Draw 50 Animals also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Draw 50 Animals book for free.



Draw 50 Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals

Draw 50 Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 9780770432898
Release 2012-09-11
Pages 64
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The tyrannosaurus rex, brachiosaurus, triceratops and moa burst out in terrifying splendor to the delight of all dinosaur fans. With a foreword by George Zappler, Director of the Staten Island Zoological Society. An American Bookseller Pick of the Lists. From the Trade Paperback edition.



Draw 50 Famous Cartoons

Draw 50 Famous Cartoons Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 9780823085682
Release 2012
Pages 64
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Originally published in hardcover: New York: Doubleday, 1979.



Draw Real People

Draw Real People Author Lee Hammond
ISBN-10 9781440321900
Release 1996-03-15
Pages 80
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Having trouble drawing a nose that looks like a nose? In this step-by-step guide, Lee Hammond will teach you how to draw realistic-looking portraits of your favorite people—more easily than you ever thought possible. Really! The secret is in the blending: With pencil and paper, Lee shows you how to create gradual, smooth shadings of light and dark to replicate the subtle contours of skin…and how to use these simple shading techniques to make any shape look three-dimensional. After you've got the basics down, you'll see how to draw every part of the face. It's made easy by looking at each feature as simple, interlocking shapes, then adding the right highlights and shadows. In no time, you'll be drawing realistic noses, mouths, eyes, ears…even facial expressions. Then you'll see how to put all those features together to create an expressive portrait that actually looks like your subject! Step-by-step demonstrations guide you all the way.



Draw 3 D

Draw 3 D Author Doug Dubosque
ISBN-10 0939217147
Release 1998
Pages 64
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Provides instructions for making perspective drawings.



Draw 50 Endangered Animals

Draw 50 Endangered Animals Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 9780823086085
Release 2013
Pages 64
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Written together with Warren Budd, this is a fun, step-by-step way to learn about the animals we need to protect including humpback whales, giant pandas, bald eagles, gorillas and more.



Draw and Paint 50 Animals

Draw and Paint 50 Animals Author Jeanne Filler Scott
ISBN-10 9781440321177
Release 2013-01-21
Pages 272
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Turn your love of animals into art you adore! From her family farm in Kentucky, artist Jeanne Filler Scott spends her days joyfully surrounded by pets, barnyard animals and wildlife. In this book, she shares her love of animals and her easy techniques for capturing their beauty and charm in acrylics, oils and pencil. 50 paint-along projects--complete with reference photos, color lists and illustrated step-by-step directions. Simple methods for realistic results. A wide range of subjects ranging from pets and farm animals to wildlife and exotics. Tips for achieving convincing fur textures, lifelike expressions and a variety of natural settings. A tremendous value for artists of every age and skill level, this big collection features the best instruction on a menagerie of subjects for your creative enjoyment--from loveable dogs, proud felines and cute bunnies to magnificent stallions and regal peacocks. With the help of this book, you can turn inspiration from your favorite animals into rewarding artwork.



Art for Kids Drawing

Art for Kids  Drawing Author Kathryn Temple
ISBN-10 1402784775
Release 2014-04-01
Pages 112
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Contains hands-on activities to teach basic elements including shading techniques and creating perspective.



Drawing Birds

Drawing  Birds Author Maury Aaseng
ISBN-10 9781600583407
Release 2013-03-15
Pages 32
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Presents instructions for drawing a variety of birds, including barred owl, great blue heron, and ruby-throated hummingbird, along with information on choosing tools and creating textures.



Elephant Company

Elephant Company Author Vicki Croke
ISBN-10 9780679603993
Release 2014-07-15
Pages 368
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK The remarkable story of James Howard “Billy” Williams, whose uncanny rapport with the world’s largest land animals transformed him from a carefree young man into the charismatic war hero known as Elephant Bill Billy Williams came to colonial Burma in 1920, fresh from service in World War I, to a job as a “forest man” for a British teak company. Mesmerized by the intelligence, character, and even humor of the great animals who hauled logs through the remote jungles, he became a gifted “elephant wallah.” Increasingly skilled at treating their illnesses and injuries, he also championed more humane treatment for them, even establishing an elephant “school” and “hospital.” In return, he said, the elephants made him a better man. The friendship of one magnificent tusker in particular, Bandoola, would be revelatory. In Elephant Company, Vicki Constantine Croke chronicles Williams’s growing love for elephants as the animals provide him lessons in courage, trust, and gratitude. But Elephant Company is also a tale of war and daring. When Imperial Japanese forces invaded Burma in 1942, Williams joined the elite Force 136, the British dirty tricks department, operating behind enemy lines. His war elephants would carry supplies, build bridges, and transport the sick and elderly over treacherous mountain terrain. Now well versed in the ways of the jungle, an older, wiser Williams even added to his stable by smuggling more elephants out of Japanese-held territory. As the occupying authorities put a price on his head, Williams and his elephants faced his most perilous test. In a Hollywood-worthy climax, Elephant Company, cornered by the enemy, attempted a desperate escape: a risky trek over the mountainous border to India, with a bedraggled group of refugees in tow. Elephant Bill’s exploits would earn him top military honors and the praise of famed Field Marshal Sir William Slim. Part biography, part war epic, and part wildlife adventure, Elephant Company is an inspirational narrative that illuminates a little-known chapter in the annals of wartime heroism. Praise for Elephant Company “This book is about far more than just the war, or even elephants. This is the story of friendship, loyalty and breathtaking bravery that transcends species. . . . Elephant Company is nothing less than a sweeping tale, masterfully written.”—Sara Gruen, The New York Times Book Review “Splendid . . . Blending biography, history, and wildlife biology, [Vicki Constantine] Croke’s story is an often moving account of [Billy] Williams, who earned the sobriquet ‘Elephant Bill,’ and his unusual bond with the largest land mammals on earth.”—The Boston Globe “Some of the biggest heroes of World War II were even bigger than you thought. . . . You may never call the lion the king of the jungle again.”—New York Post “Elephant Company is as powerful and big-hearted as the animals of its title. Billy Williams is an extraordinary character, a real-life reverse Tarzan raised in civilization who finds wisdom and his true self living among jungle beasts. Vicki Constantine Croke delivers an exciting tale of this elephant whisperer–cum–war hero, while beautifully reminding us of the enduring bonds between animals and humans.”—Mitchell Zuckoff, author of Lost in Shangri-La and Frozen in Time From the Trade Paperback edition.



Draw the Draw 50 Way

Draw the Draw 50 Way Author Lee J. Ames
ISBN-10 9780823085804
Release 2012
Pages 80
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The master illustrator and art instructor brings together the best examples from his drawing handbooks into a definitive step-by-step approach designed to teach aspiring artists how to draw with ease.



Where the Animals Go

Where the Animals Go Author James Cheshire
ISBN-10 0393634027
Release 2017-09-26
Pages 192
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"Beautiful and thrilling, a combination of the best in science and exposition, and a joy to study cover to cover."--Edward O. Wilson



Drawing Animals

Drawing Animals Author Norman Adams
ISBN-10 0823013669
Release 1989
Pages 159
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Inspiring illustrations show how to draw all kinds of wild and domestic animals. Contents: Elephants Bears Horses Cattle Deer Sheep Primates Cats Dogs Small Animals



8 Ways to Draw an Elephant

8 Ways to Draw an Elephant Author Paola Ferrarotti
ISBN-10 9383145269
Release 2015-10-01
Pages 16
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This unusual art activity book featuring the Indian elephant introduces children to a variety of Indian art traditions. The elephant is imagined and rendered in eight different folk and tribal styles. Through tracing, patterning and coloring the elephants, the child can immerse herself in detailed exploration of styles -- or just have fun. Older children will begin to understand that art is as much about the imagination as it is about depiction.