Draw Ocean Animalsby Doug Dubosque, D. C. Dubosque
From initial concept to finished art, the "Learn to Draw" series provides young and beginning artists with practical step-by-step instruction in a warm, friendly voice.
Children's Literature - Beverly KobrinAt maturity, the sea's prime predator can be from six inches and a few ounces to 60 feet and 20 tons big; white, black, brown, green, purple, blue or polka dotted; and second only, perhaps, to dinosaurs for "grabbing" kids-as you'll discover when you put within easy reach Doug DuBosque's step-by-step guide on how to Draw! eight shark species and other ocean animals.
School Library JournalGr 4-7-A useful, easy-to-follow instruction book. Directions are provided in the form of step-by-step, black-and-white drawings; youngsters start with a simple shape, add details, and later erase the lightly drawn basic shape. Pencil is the only medium explored. Tips include shading techniques and suggestions to observe the subject carefully. Very brief information pertaining to the ocean animals themselves is given as well.-Alexandra Marris, Rochester Public Library, NY
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