31 Days of Drawing for Kids : Fun and Whimsical Ways to Draw and Tell Creative Stories
Overview - Hi there Welcome to a fun way to draw. I want you to know one thing: ANYONE can draw. Maybe you are a little bit nervous about drawing. Maybe you think that you do not know 'how to draw." Perhaps you have a brother or a sister or a friend who draws 'better' than you. Read more...
More About 31 Days of Drawing for Kids by M. a. -. Owner of Josey's Art S Norgren
Hi there Welcome to a fun way to draw. I want you to know one thing: ANYONE can draw. Maybe you are a little bit nervous about drawing. Maybe you think that you do not know 'how to draw." Perhaps you have a brother or a sister or a friend who draws 'better' than you. Does it take practice? YES sometimes we have to practice to get good at something. Does your drawing have to look EXACTLY like a picture you take with your camera phone? It can but it doesn't have to. This book introduces you to the fun of drawing. It will open your eyes to see that EVERYTHING in the world is made of SHAPES. I hope this is the first of many steps you take to have a fun, interesting and HAPPY creative life. Yes YOU are creative. In this book you will find 31 subjects that you will draw. You can draw one subject a day for 31 days OR you can draw whenever you want to some time to do something creative. The book has 3 sections: YOUR TURN: You will see a bunch of examples of one subject (the first one is birds) and three boxes on the page where you can some of the same items with your pencil/pen. PRACTICE SOME MORE: You will have an opportunity to create MORE of the subject by copying what I created OR by taking your inspired hands and creating your own version of the subject. HAPPY PAGE: You will choose from 4-6 subjects that you have created and tell your own fun (and maybe SILLY) story through pictures. You may also want to write out the story so that you will remember all the details. MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED: Pencil/pen Watercolor paint/colored pencil/markers (if you want to add a little color) If you want to use some REALLY lovely pens I would suggest the brand Micron - the drawings in this book are created with that type of pen. OK let's begin