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Draw 50 Flowers, Trees, and Other Plants: The Step-by-step Way to Draw Daffodils, Poison Ivy, and Pineapples, Sycamores, Prickly Pears and Truffles ePub download

by P. Lee Ames,Lee J. Ames

  • Author: P. Lee Ames,Lee J. Ames
  • ISBN: 1442006110
  • ISBN13: 978-1442006119
  • ePub: 1212 kb | FB2: 1739 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Drawing
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 100
  • Format: azw lit lrf txt
Draw 50 Flowers, Trees, and Other Plants: The Step-by-step Way to Draw Daffodils, Poison Ivy, and Pineapples, Sycamores, Prickly Pears and Truffles ePub download

Draw 50 Flowers, Trees. This is a fascinating book of sketches of plant life. With 50 very different plants to choose from, there is plenty of options and techniques that people who are learning more about drawing can pick from.

Draw 50 Flowers, Trees. I love that there are several tropical plants and flowers featured (like the protea, palm tree, and passionflower) that remind me of Hawaii. Our oldest loves to draw and is always bringing these kinds of books from her elementary school library. I think she is a far better artist at 8 than I ev This is a fascinating book of sketches of plant life.

Acclaimed author Lee J. Ames shows readers how to draw dozens of plants with a comprehensive, step-by-step . Ames, Lee J. Draw 50 flowers, trees, and other plants, Lee J. Ames with P. Lee Ames. Ames shows readers how to draw dozens of plants with a comprehensive, step-by-step approach. His distinctive drawing method has proven to be successful for children and adults alike over the past thirty years, and has shown artists, from the beginner to advanced level, how to draw everything from animals to airplanes. 1st ed. p. cm. 1. Flower painting and ue-Juvenile literature.

Acclaimed author-illustrator Lee J. Ames shows us how to draw a wondrous variety of plants from around the world . Ames shows us how to draw a wondrous variety of plants from around the world, including the regal rose and the stunning orchid, but also little-known flowers like the kapok. In thes pages you'll find a DRAW 50 FLOWERS, TREES, AND OTHER PLANTS shows aspiring artists how to draw with ease by following the step-by-step method in this book. Acclaimed author-illustrator Lee J.

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A prolific author of more than 30 Draw 50 books, Lee Ames died at the age of 90 in June 2011.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Targeted at young aspiring artists seeking to develop their technical skill and build a repertoire of subjects. A prolific author of more than 30 Draw 50 books, Lee Ames died at the age of 90 in June 2011.

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The Step-by-Step Way to Draw Orchids, Weeping Willows, Prickly Pears, Pineapples and Many More. By: Lee J. Ames; P. Publisher: Watson-Guptill. Print ISBN: 9780823085798, 0823085791. Purchase and read your book immediately.

Bluecliff
I've used a bunch of different versions of this book, they are a simple way to build from basic shapes and steps to create drawings that you wouldn't think you could make. Excellent for skills and confidence building.
Ventelone
This book wasn't exactly what I was expecting, and the projects are a little dated. The book, like all of the books in the Draw 50 series, has no text or explanations of techniques to go along with the drawings. The format has you copy the author's sketches as he develops them, showing 5-6 steps of each drawing. Each page has a different drawing on it with 50 plants total in the book. What I wanted, but didn't find in this book, was how to use simple shapes to develop the overall layout of the plant and to help establish size and proportions before adding details to make a final drawing. The sketches in the book don't really have a layout. Some start with a few lines, the curve of a leaf and a few petals, but there is no visual connection to them. Others start with one detail of the plant and develop the sketch from there. If I could draw like that, I would just draw from photos or by looking at a plant, and not get a how to draw book. I looked at one other Draw 50 book, the one with multiple projects, and it looks like some of the the themes work in this format since they use layouts with simple forms to start the project, such as animals and famous faces, but others don't, such as plants and full figures. The latter also appear very dated, and you can tell its a 1960's sketch of a weeping willow or soldier. In the end, I returned this book, and I have been happily using some books from the Draw Books series (Draw 3-D and Draw Cars) to get back into drawing, but I haven't found anything on flowers which I like yet.
Hono
Great little book,very glad I ordered it.
Flas
I needed something for my 88-year old Mother to do to keep her mind active and her fingers limber. She'd expressed an interest in drawing and painting. (A reincarnation of Grandma Moses perhaps?) I bought this book to help give her some instruction in art. She's in heaven, and has found a hidden talent she didn't know she had. This book is very detailed and is perfect for teaching her the basics of drawing. We have several artists in the family so there is already some genetic talent there, but I think even someone who can't draw a straight line could learn from this book.
Gir
I got what I expected and wanted. And with everything else the key is practice, practice and practice. If you like to look at something and draw what you see step by step this book is for you. The way the book is written and set-up it is done in such a way to draw what you see without depending too much on easy step by step. Easy step by step is for the bare bones beginner to help them build their self confidence and to teach them, but this book goes a little further it does it in such a way to not let you become too dependent on the step by step. T would recommend this and more than likely all the others too to anyone who wants to learn to draw.
Tygrafym
It's ok. I'm a complete beginner, though, and was hoping for some simple step-by-step drawing instructions. Instead, each step was quite complicated. Definitely not for beginners.
Bil
My daughter said this book did not have enough steps. She found it frustrating and put it away without even fininshing one drawing.
These are intended for serious young students, but would be appropriate for any age. My children love the Draw 50 series! I have found hardcover copies of every book in the series and they are all very well done and show children how to outline their drawings to create the proper proportions that make objects identifiable and help a young artist feel successful. Great for artists 10 and up.
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