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How to Draw Almost Everything Volume 2

An Illustrated Sourcebook

Six Pommes



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21 July 2020
Art & Architecture; Drawing & drawings; Painting & art manuals
How to Draw Almost Everything Volume 2 - a follow-up to the popular book How to Draw Almost Everything, part of the 'Almost Everything' series from Quarry Books - shows how easy it is to draw even more cute illustrations. * Learn to draw each illustration in easy-to-follow steps. Just follow the arrows to complete each step. You'll also find helpful tips and ideas for drawing variations. * Start with basic shapes, such as circles, triangles, and squares, then add special details to personalise your illustrations. * Draw animals, people, everyday objects, patterns and borders, and holiday and seasonal themes, along with warm-ups and special lessons. * An inspiration gallery offers fun ideas for adding illustrations to everyday objects or creating one-of-a-kind notes, cards, and gifts. Each book in the 'Almost Everything' series offers readers a fun, comprehensive, and charmingly illustrated visual directory of ideas to inspire skill building in their creative endeavours.
By:   Six Pommes
Imprint:   QUARRY
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 159mm, 
ISBN:   9781631598463
ISBN 10:   1631598465
Series:   Almost Everything
Pages:   224
Publication Date:   21 July 2020
Recommended Age:   From 0 to 99 years
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Getting Started: Drawing with Ballpoint Pens Chapter 1: Drawing Animals Chapter 2: Drawing People Chapter 3: Drawing Everyday Objects Chapter 4: Patterns & Borders Chapter 5: Holidays & Seasonal Illustrations Inspiration Gallery About the Illustrators

Six Pommes is the pen name for the six contributing illustrators whose work is featured in How To Draw Almost Everything Volume 2: Keiko Okada's work has appeared in children's books, academic books, and magazines. Visit his website: Akira Kobayashi creates illustrations for women's magazines, books, advertisements, and packaging, and also designs products and interiors through her studio Francegum. Visit her website: Azumi Saito's cute and funny illustrations, which often feature dogs, cats, parrots, and other pets, have been published in many books and magazines. Tarokichi creates illustrations for a wide range of genres, including mobile content, stationery, and advertisements. Visit her website: Known for her hand-painted, personalised illustrations and trendy colour schemes, Macco's work has been featured in advertising, magazines, and books. Visit her website: Yumika is known for her fairy tale character illustrations and also designs stationery.

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