You Can Draw Anything by Kim Gamble
  

Synopsis

You Can Draw Anything by Kim Gamble

If you look, really look, and see the lines and shapes that things are made of, you can draw anything. If you can write numbers and the letters A-Z, you can draw anything. With lots of examples, step-by-step guidance, helpful tips, jokes, stories and flip pictures, Kim Gamble shows: How to draw animals, faces, bodies, people in action, buildings, machines . anything! How to give your pictures depth, using perspective. How to give them form, using light and shade. How to look, see, draw, explore and have fun!

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An ideal entry level drawing guide. Bookloons.com

About the Author

Kim Gamble is one of Australia's favourite illustrators for children. He has created wonderful artwork for many picture books, including The Magnificent Nose and Other Marvels, The Hottest Boy Who Ever Lived, Joseph, Horrendo's Curse and the Minton books, with Anna Fienberg, as well as the Tashi series, by Anna and Barbara Fienberg, and First Day by Margaret Wild.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Kim Gamble
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin Children's Books an imprint of Allen & Unwin

Publication date

1st December 2011

ISBN

9781742377988


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