Pirate Arrrt! Learn to Draw Fantastic Pirates, Treasure Chests, Ships, Sea Monsters and More by Rob McLeay
  

Pirate Arrrt! Learn to Draw Fantastic Pirates, Treasure Chests, Ships, Sea Monsters and More

Written by Rob McLeay
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Pirate Arrrt! Learn to Draw Fantastic Pirates, Treasure Chests, Ships, Sea Monsters and More by Rob McLeay

Majestic tall ships with billowing sails and a spider web of rope rigging. Massive stone forts with turrets, towers, and blazing cannons. Treasure chests filled with gleaming gold and colorful jewels. Parrots, sea monsters, and ocean-blasted docks. And most important of all, the cunning yet heroic pirate -- complete with blunderbuss, sword and battle-torn clothes. Nothing excites the imagination more than the world of pirates, and now Pirate Arrrt! shows readers how to bring it all to life with their own personal drawings.

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About the Author

Rob Mcleay's background is classical hand drawn animation and he has been teaching students how to draw everything from cartoons right through to real people for over 10 years. He has developed a systematic and entertaining approach on how to transfer his drawing knowledge to any one willing to learn.

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Format

Paperback / softback
127 pages

Author

Rob McLeay
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Publisher

Amorata Press

Publication date

27th July 2008

ISBN

9781569756638


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