How To Draw This Griffin In Six Easy Steps

How To Draw This Griffin In Six Easy Steps

by Tanya Provines
     
 

Step-by-step instructions for drawing this griffin, intended for children and adults who are able to draw lines and shapes and read at a fourth grade level or higher. The griffin was a creature from Greek mythology known for guarding treasure and expensive possessions. This can be used for classroom instruction or independent drawing. Drawing can be done using pencil,…  See more details below

Overview

Step-by-step instructions for drawing this griffin, intended for children and adults who are able to draw lines and shapes and read at a fourth grade level or higher. The griffin was a creature from Greek mythology known for guarding treasure and expensive possessions. This can be used for classroom instruction or independent drawing. Drawing can be done using pencil, or any computer drawing software, as small or as large as you want. This method of drawing is a fun way to exercise the right brain. The right brain is responsible for facial recognition, expressing emotions, intuition, spatial awareness, creativity, and other critical functions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016006727
Publisher:
Tanya Provines
Publication date:
01/16/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
247 KB

Meet the Author

Tanya Provines is a freelance author, illustrator, and artist with a BFA degree from the University of Oklahoma. She has written three books, dozens of eBooks, and produced two DVDs. Oklahoma Red Dirt Artwork TM is her signature media. Using genuine Oklahoma red soil, she draws and paints archival quality portraits, landscapes, and wildlife scenes. She is also a licensed art teacher and a former certified Grumbacher Fine Art instructor. Her "How To Draw In Six Easy Steps" series of books uses a method of drawing, developed by Ms. Provines, that is a fun way to exercise the right brain. The right brain is responsible for facial recognition, expressing emotions, intuition, spatial awareness, creativity, and other critical functions. Her artwork is held in collections across the United States. Follow her blog at tanyaprovines.blogspot.com.

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