Learn to draw and have fun doing it! Even if you’re only starting out this book will show you how to draw in no time
This book teaches readers simple stroke-by-stroke techniques to learn how to draw people, animals, the natural world, and everyday objects. Even if you’ve never picked up a pen to draw before, this book will guide you in creating pictures you’ll want to display.
This step-by-step drawing book for beginners is an easy way to learn to draw or improve your drawing skills. It includes:
• Over 40 drawing projects for a variety of subjects, from people and nature to animals • Simple, step-by-step instructions that show you how to create each drawing from start to finish • Helpful tips for setting up your personal drawing space and purchasing the right supplies • Clear explanations of techniques, concepts, and important terminology that every new artist should know
How to Draw Stroke by Stroke is a wonderful start for any beginner artist! It takes readers through the fundamentals of drawing such as tools for drawing, techniques and key terms, and how to set up your drawing environment. Then they’re introduced to 44 drawings that range from simple to advanced such as drawing a natural face, butterflies and flowers, the night sky, and more.
Each drawing utilizes color to show you when new strokes are added which makes this book easy to follow and the art of drawing fun to learn. Both children and adults will love working through this book and creating drawing projects and doodles that they’re proud of!
About the Author
David Williams knew he wanted to be an artist at the young age of 11, when he first exhibited his drawings and paintings at an outdoor art fair. Four years later he held his first gallery show. A graduate of the Bachelor of Fine Arts program at the Parsons School of Design in New York City, Williams instructs drawing at Ivy Tech Community College. In addition, he leads watercolor and oil painting classes at his studio. He is the author of Idiot's Guides: Drawing and Idiot's Guides: Zen Doodling.