Showing posts with label drawing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label drawing. Show all posts

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Creative Activities: Anime Drawing, Kawaii Crochet, Pixl Cross Stitch, Colour Mixing

anime drawing
During the summer we engaged in a few creative activities inspired by some books and kits. If you love amigurumi, then you will enjoy this Crochet Your Own Kawaii Animal Cuties kit. If you want to show off your creative skills on cross-stitch then Pixl People helps to make fun, personalized portraits with a needle and thread. Manga fans will enjoy learning how to draw anime figures following the Anime Art Class. Anyone that enjoys painting with Oil, Acrylic, and Watercolour will find Walter Foster’s Color Mixing Recipe books useful. 

Monday, November 6, 2017

Inspiring Creativity: Drawing books

art book learning
Art Studio: Flowers ISNB: 9781633223639 priced at $25.99 is an instructional book for those wanting to learn how to draw and paint a variety of beautiful flowers. There are more than 35 step-by-step projects, as well as dozens of technique tutorials. This comprehensive resource will help artists of all skill levels gain the confidence they need to transform their love of vibrant botanicals into beautiful works of art.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Learn to Draw with You Can Draw Simple Techniques for Realistic Drawings

You Can Draw Simple Techniques for Realistic Drawings by Leonardo Pereznieto is a book that teaches drawing techniques of 18 accessible, in-depth projects for those who enjoy art. I like learning from the step-by-step tutorials in this book, as it teaches how to draw different surfaces and texture that look realistic. Some of the drawings include gemstones, metal, flowers, water, and glass.