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You Can Draw: Star Wars
     

You Can Draw: Star Wars

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by Bonnie Burton, Matt Busch (Illustrator), Tom Hodges (Illustrator)
 
From droids and wookiees to Darth Vader, this step-by-step guide teaches budding artists everything they need to know to draw characters from the amazing world of Star Wars.

Overview

From droids and wookiees to Darth Vader, this step-by-step guide teaches budding artists everything they need to know to draw characters from the amazing world of Star Wars.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780756623432
Publisher:
DK
Publication date:
01/15/2007
Series:
You Can Draw Series
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
9.20(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
10 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Tom Hodges has fast become a fan favorite within the Star Wars Universe. Recently named one of wizarduniverse.com's "Top 5 to Watch in 2006," his work appears on the very popular starwars.com Hyperspace webstrip series.

Matt Busch has been regarded as one of the top "entertainment illustrators" of today and his work can be regularly seen in official Star Wars projects. He currently professes in the Media & Communication Arts at Macomb Community College.

Bonnie Burton is a prolific writer, particularly on all things Star Wars. As an Online Content Developer at Lucasfilm, she has written a multitude of step-by-step drawing tutorials. Her first book: Never Threaten to Eat Your Co-Workers: Best of Blogs is out now.

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You Can Draw Star Wars 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Nice Launching Pad for Younger Comic Artists. This book focuses more on the basics of creating comics, specifically Star Wars comics, and doesn't pay a particular amount of attention  to how to draw the characters. The book is loaded with Star Wars art, done by the contributing artists, which is enjoyable to look at. A little unfair to the reader though, since the author doesn't give much teaching on how to produce the same results displayed on the cover and inside the book. It does, however,  give a nice amount of teaching on the basics of creating a comic book, which might be helpful to a beginner comic artist. Overall, if you have a child who loves Star Wars and/or wants to make comics, this might be a handy book.
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