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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 16 June 2008
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781844483129
  • Stock: 50+
  • Hurt Stock: £2.50 (1 available)
  • Size: 216x292 mm
  • Illustrations: 150
  • Pages: 32
  • RRP: £4.99
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How to Draw: Dragons

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in Simple Steps by Paul Bryn Davies

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Book Description

From simple shapes to great drawings in easy stages.
If you want to learn how to draw a fantastic selection of dragons, start here and now. Even absolute beginners will be able to create pictures to be proud of following this clear step-by-step technique.

All drawing is based on the simple construction of lines and shapes. This great new series teaches how to draw popular subjects in extremely easy step-by-step stages. Even an absolute beginner will be able to create great drawings following these illustrations. In this book, Paul Davies includes a fantastic range of dragons from fearsome flying and fighting beasts to fire-breathing creatures and endearing cartoon-like characters.

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Extremely simple step-by-step drawing method
Great for absolute beginners or any artist wanting to brush up their drawing skills

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Popular subject
Extremely simple step-by-step drawing method
Great for absolute beginners or any artist wanting to brush up their drawing skills

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About the Author

About Paul Bryn Davies

Paul Bryn Davies has worked as a professional artist and illustrator all his working life. In addition to producing countless magazine illustrations, Paul has worked as an advertising illustrator, has had his work published as posters, greeting cards and fine art prints; fantasy being the dominant theme Paul has also produced over 150 book jackets for some of the world's leading authors, including such luminaries as Christopher Pike, Lyall Watson, Robert E. Vardeman and Stephen King. Paul has designed and illustrated some 13 book jackets for Stephen King including the author's first ever No. 1 European best seller. Paul lives in Kent with his wife and two daughters.

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Machine Knitting Monthly

Oct 08

A book for everyone with a youngster in their lives. You'll learn how to draw a fantastic selection of dragons and create an intarsia picture to be proud of following this clear step-by-step technique.


JeannieZelos.com

Aug 08

A really useful soft back book showing step by step simple illustrations to drawing different dragons. Each step is illustrated by use of a sepia coloured pencil and new steps are in violet so that it is very easy to distinguish which part needs to be drawn next. There are several simple steps from first outline to the completed dragon, varying with the complexity of the animal. The first dragons only require 5-7 steps and having gained competence doing these it will then be simple following Paul's technique to draw the very complex dragons illustrated at the end of the book.

Having drawn the dragons they can be coloured with paints, crayons or scanned into a PC and coloured digitally. A myriad of different creatures can be created from these simple steps.

A super book for those interested in fantasy art and it would also be of great appeal to children, the steps being clear enough for them to create fabulous artworks. This book would make a great partner to Paul's book Dragons in Watercolour.

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