Zombie Doodle Diaries

Zombie Doodle Diaries

by Simon Balley
     
 

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Are you ready to do battle in the zombie apocalypse? Do you have nightmares of the dead coming to life — and coming after you? It’s going to happen…but not quite how you think it will! You can explore the world of those who crave brains — safely — with Zombie Doodle Diaries!

With this frighteningly fun book, you can draw

Overview


Are you ready to do battle in the zombie apocalypse? Do you have nightmares of the dead coming to life — and coming after you? It’s going to happen…but not quite how you think it will! You can explore the world of those who crave brains — safely — with Zombie Doodle Diaries!

With this frighteningly fun book, you can draw your own undead creatures using the 125 prompts and activities that help both budding and expert artists examine the darker side of their dreams. You’ll be downright terrified by how easy it is to create your very own hungry ghouls, and you’ll be glad they’re just on paper.

The walking dead are coming…to your sketchbook! Macabre and marvelous, Zombie Doodle Diaries is the perfect drawing guide for any artist fascinated by these mysterious monsters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607104384
Publisher:
Thunder Bay Press
Publication date:
04/17/2012
Series:
Doodle Books
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
754,608
Product dimensions:
7.62(w) x 9.76(h) x 0.48(d)
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author


Simon Balley is both writer and creator of beautifully crafted unusual gift books. Projects in his retinue include eight Gig Journals for the musically challenged, Signs, a desk top non-verbal communication tool for the work place. He is currently working on an origami title full of horror. He lives in Sussex, UK.

Andrew Li is a UK-based graphic designer. Projects in his retinue include eight Gig Journals for the musically challenged, Signs, a desk top non-verbal communication tool for the work place. Andrew’s interest in things dark and dismal transpired at an early age so it makes sense that one of his current projects is on an origami title full of horror. He lives in London, UK.

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