ArtLab Horse Drawing Studio

ArtLab Horse Drawing Studio

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by Mary Iverson
     
 
Young equine enthusiasts will learn how to draw horses using two artist horse models (one adult and one foal). Pastels, colored pencils, smudger, and other useful tools are accompanied by a fully illustrated book featuring several different guided projects that stress a variety of techniques, treatments, and approaches for drawing realistic, cartoon, or abstract

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Young equine enthusiasts will learn how to draw horses using two artist horse models (one adult and one foal). Pastels, colored pencils, smudger, and other useful tools are accompanied by a fully illustrated book featuring several different guided projects that stress a variety of techniques, treatments, and approaches for drawing realistic, cartoon, or abstract horses. Time to corral your drawing skills!

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Author and artist Mary Iverson uses her horse sense to harness your talent, so you can draw all types of beauti-foal horses, be it on the farm, in the arena, or in the wild.

Includes:
• 2 horse models (adult, foal) with stand
• Graphite pencil
• 6 pastels
• 4 colored pencils
• Smudger
• Eraser
• 32-page fully illustrated book

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781603800044
Publisher:
becker&mayer! books
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Series:
ArtLAB Series
Pages:
24
Product dimensions:
10.20(w) x 10.00(h) x 2.30(d)
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

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ArtLab Horse Drawing Studio 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
windcheetah More than 1 year ago
I bought this kit on sale, and I am glad I did. It comes with two horse models, one adult and one foal, and the articulation is pretty nice. The range of motion is very good, though the quality of the parts is not quite as good. I found that it was very easy to accidently pop leg parts off the models, and there is the potential for the joining pegs to be damaged if you are not careful. Handle them gently and they should give you good service. In addition, the base for mounting can only handle one model at a time - if you want to draw both while they have been manipulated to look like they are in motion, to get a feel for the perspective, you need to make another mounting base.
Mondwell More than 1 year ago
My kids took to this like it was a pizza. They really like 'learn to draw' kits, and this one is excellent. They also like the horses which move and are able to be placed into different positions for drawing variations.