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  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 01 April 2021
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781446308752
  • Stock: Not Yet Published
  • Size: 168x260 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 368
  • RRP: £12.99
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365 Days of Kawaii

£12.99

How to draw cute stuff every day of the year by Mayumi Jezewski

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Book Description

Draw the cutest kawaii pictures for a whole year this fun book for the young and young at heart covers the widest range of kawaii motifs ever 365 of them no less!

In the kawaii universe, everything is small and cute. Just by adding eyes and a mouth, even the most mundane object can be brought to life and become an adorable character... Lamas smile, sushi winks, houses snooze and hats laugh.

This fantastic book features 365 step-by-step sequences showing exactly how to build up a huge range of kawaii motifs. Starting with simple shapes you will progress to add details and finally colours. With an easy tutorial at the start of the book, each sequence is then entirely visual, with no complicated instructions to read. Topics featured include animals, food, plants, clothes, household objects, musical instruments, people, vehicles, buildings and landmarks, weather icons and even space motifs.

This adorable book will entertain endlessly and let you embrace the Japanese culture of cuteness every day of the year.

About the Author

About Mayumi Jezewski

Mayumi Jezewski is an artist, comic book editor and author of numerous books on the subject of drawing and origami. She is of Polish-Filipino origin and lives in France.

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