With the new expanded collector’s edition of Learn to Draw Disney•Pixar Toy Story, artists-in-training can draw characters from all four Toy Story movies! This 128-page book includes drawing projects for your favorite Toy Story characters. After an introduction to art tools and materials, a series of drawing exercises invites artists to warm up and learn a few basic drawing techniques. Then the real fun begins! You'll find step-by-step drawing projects for Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep, Forky, and more! The easy-to-follow instructions in this book will guide you through the drawing process; each step builds upon the last until the Toy Story character is finally complete. You just need to grab a pencil, a piece of paper, and your copy of Learn to Draw Disney•Pixar Toy Story; then flip to the character you want to draw. You’ll draw the basic shapes shown in step one, and move on to step two, step three, and keep going! The new lines in each step are shown in blue, so you’ll know exactly what to draw. After adding all the details in each step, darken the lines you want to keep and erase the rest. Finally, add color to your drawing with felt-tip markers, colored pencils, watercolors, or acrylic paints. Plus, learn some fun facts about the Toy Story characters as you learn to draw them. Brief character descriptions and art instruction from professional Disney•Pixar animators round out this exciting artistic adventure.
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Really good for showing step by step how to create sketches of Toy Story characters. There is some overlap with the Learn to Draw Pixar book, but a lot of new ones. The last section of the book is the new movie, 4, which I haven’t seen yet. I attempted my original favorite the alien. Pleased with how my first attempt came out. This book is aimed at kids, but I found it good practice as well. It’s nice to see all the work that goes into these, really makes you appreciate animators! Each image is followed up by putting blue lines on the last so you can see what changed in the evolution of drawing it. Thanks to the publisher and netgalley for the digital ARC to review.