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I Can Draw Animals, by Barbara Soloff LevyI Can Draw Animals, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book, includes a pencil, eraser, and sharpener. Simple instructions for basic drawings anyone can follow. Book formatted with instructions on left side and workspace on the right. ADD407-$10.00

How to Draw Aquarium Animals, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Aquarium Animals, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book. Easy-to-follow, step-by-step illustrations help developing artists of all ages draw animals commonly found at the aquarium. Use simple basic shapes to create accurate likenesses of the angelfish, octopus, penguin, clownfish, lobster, sea lion, starfish, whale, and 24 other creatures of the deep. 30 pages of black-and-white illustrations. ADD742-$3.00

How to Draw Wild Animals, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Wild Animals, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 32 pages, softbound book. Step-by-step guide you'll learn to use basic shapes to draw a lion, alligator, gorilla, coyote, ostrich, and 25 other animals. It's a fun, easy way to learn the fundamentals of line, shape, and dimension while producing a gallery of drawings you'll be proud to show friends and family. ADD413-$3.00

How to Draw Ballet Pictures, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Ballet Pictures, by Barbara Soloff Levy, 2009. 8½x11", 64 pages, softbound book. Aspiring artists who want to capture the grace and beauty of a ballerina can start with this step-by-step beginner's drawing guide. It's easy to create 30 different pictures: dancers lacing ballet shoes, working at the barre, executing arabesques and pirouettes, and more. Plus, there are blank practice pages throughout. ADD904-$5.00

How to Draw Birds, by John GreenHow to Draw Birds, by John Green. 8.25x11", 32 pages, softbound book. Easy-to-follow guide for beginning artists of all ages shows how to create likenesses of a strutting peacock, graceful swan, a duck afloat, plus a cardinal, penguin, toucan, owl, ostrich, and 22 other avian creatures. Simple diagrams reveal how to draw figures and also demonstrate the fundamentals of shape and dimension. ADD744-$4.00

How to Draw Cars and Trucks and Other Vehicles, by Michelle RobertsHow to Draw Cars and Trucks and Other Vehicles, by Michelle Roberts. 8.25x11", 32 pages, softbound book. Step-by-step diagrams incorporating circles, semicircles, squares, rectangles and other common geometrical shapes help young artists design 28 vehicles: fire engine, dump truck, bicycle, camper, submarine, helicopter, hot-air balloon, more. ADD414-$3.00

The Art of Cartooning, by Roy Paul NelsonThe Art of Cartooning, by Roy Paul Nelson, 2004. 128 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Outstanding book offers beginners and professionals a complete manual for working in one of the world's liveliest art forms. Text traces origins of cartooning; furnishes tips for using proper tools and techniques; and provides suggestions for drawing the human figure, animals, and backgrounds; creating comic strips, editorial cartoons, and more. 75 illustrations. Unabridged republication of Fell’s Guide to The Art of Cartooning, originally published by Frederick Fell, Inc., New York, 1962. ADD2296-$11.00

Cartooning, Caricature and Animation Made Easy, by Chuck Thorndike, 2003Cartooning, Caricature and Animation Made Easy, by Chuck Thorndike, 2003. 80 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. This volume combines the author's The Secrets of Cartooning and The Art of Cartooning. Appropriate for artists of varied skill levels, this treasury of illustrated step-by-step instructions is rich in the period style of the 1920s and '30s. It features practical advice on depicting faces, motion, anatomy, caricatures, animated features, and political cartoons. Unabridged republication of The Secrets of Cartooning and The Art of Cartooning, The House of Little Books, New York, 1936 and 1937. ADD2295-$8.00

You Can Draw Cartoons, by Lou DarvasYou Can Draw Cartoons, by Lou Darvas, 2003 Reprint. 160 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Beginning and experienced cartoonists will prize this user-friendly guide. Generously illustrated, it abounds in tips on techniques such as pen and brush handling, patterns, coloring, and attaining perspective. Drawing specifics include helpful hints on depicting people, animals, expressions, and clothing, how to indicate motion and movement, and the use of props. ADD2297-$10.00

How to Draw Cats, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Cats, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book. Simple step-by-step diagrams for rendering delightful likenesses of cats and kittens in assorted poses: seated, stretching, preening, ready to pounce, and more. Instructions also included for creating portraits of a lion, bobcat, cheetah, and other cat-like denizens of the wild. Great for mastering the basics of developing shapes and proportions. ADD743-$5.00

What to Doodle? Christmas Creations!, by Chuck Whelon, 2011What to Doodle? Christmas Creations!, by Chuck Whelon, 2011. 64 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. This festive assortment of unfinished Christmas illustrations needs your artistic touch. Use your creativity to sketch the missing elements of each merry scene — toys from Santa's workshop, a friend for a lonely snowman, the gifts beneath a Christmas tree, and other seasonal images. Then, you can color the completed drawings. ADD2321-$6.00

How to Draw Christmas Pictures, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Christmas Pictures, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8¼x11”, 32 pages, 30 b/w illustrations.  Simple diagrams to create figures of Santa, an elf and angel, rocking horse, a snowman, and other traditional figures. ADD226-$3.00

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I Can Draw Dinosaurs, by Barbara Soloff LevyI Can Draw Dinosaurs, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book, includes a pencil, eraser, and sharpener. Simple instructions for basic drawings anyone can follow. Book formatted with instructions on left side and workspace on the right. ADD408-$10.00

How to Draw Dogs, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Dogs, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 32 pages, softbound book. Step-by-step illustrations show how to use simple shapes to draw accurate, character-filled likenesses of 30 favorite breeds: hunting, working, sporting, hounds, terriers, and more. Artists of all ages can learn to draw a beagle, cocker spaniel, collie, Dalmatian, Old English sheepdog, golden retriever, 24 others. 120 black-and-white illustrations. Introduction. Captions. ADD640-$3.00

I Can Draw Dogs, by Barbara Soloff LevyI Can Draw Dogs, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book, includes a pencil, eraser, and sharpener. Simple instructions for basic drawings anyone can follow. Book formatted with instructions on left side and workspace on the right. ADD409-$10.00

Draw Anything, by Arthur ZaidenbergDraw Anything, by Arthur Zaidenberg. 8½x11", 192 pages, softbound book: Written by an expert art teacher, this visual drawing dictionary offers thousands of instructive illustrations in alphabetical order — from abdomen to zodiac. Simplified for beginners and intermediate students, this guide covers it all: animals, people in a variety of activities, fruits and flowers, clothing, furniture, and much more. ADD2028-$15.00

The Drawing Handbook, Frank J. LohanThe Drawing Handbook, Frank J. Lohan, 2011. 224 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Designed for beginning and amateur artists, this guide to the essentials of drawing features comprehensive, easy-to-follow lessons and more than 500 detailed illustrations. Frank Lohan, a renowned artist and popular instructor, conducts readers through each step of the creative process, from grasping the concepts of perspective and proportion to producing lifelike drawings of a variety of subjects—landscapes, architecture, animals, flowers, and faces. Step-by-step exercises focus on attaining the fundamentals of composition, visualizing the geometry of the subject, working with perspective, and mastering drawing techniques for both pencil and pen and ink. Each exercise includes gridded outline compositions to help students develop their drawing abilities. Suggestions for the selection and use of tools will assist in achieving professional-quality results. Reprint of the Contemporary Books, Chicago, 1993 edition. ADD2220-$17.00

How to Draw, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book. Beginners can learn the basics of sketching by combining circles, ovals, rectangles, crescents and other shapes to produce remarkable likenesses of a number of subjects. Simple, step-by-step diagrams make it easy for youngsters and would-be artists of all ages to draw fruit, fish, kittens, and other subjects. 30 projects - super basic and great for scrapbookers to add their own little flourishes. ADD417-$5.00

The Practice and Science of Drawing, by Harold SpeedThe Practice and Science of Drawing, by Harold Speed, 1972. 5.5x8.5”, 296 pages, softbound book.  This classic approach to the dynamics of drawing by a brilliant teacher is filled with insights and practical advice on line drawing, mass drawing, visual memory, materials, and much more. 84 plates and diagrams reinforce Speed's clear presentation.  ADD2255-$13.00

How to Draw Faces, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Faces, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 32 pages, softbound book. Easy-to-follow guide with step-by-step diagrams makes it a snap to learn the basics of sketching the human face. By combining circles, ovals, and other shapes, would-be cartoonists can create realistic portraits of young girls modeling a variety of hairstyles, boys in baseball hats, curly-headed babies, older folks, and more. ADD416-$3.00

What to Doodle? Best Friends Forever!, by Chuck WhelonWhat to Doodle? Best Friends Forever!, by Chuck Whelon, 2011. 64 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. More creative than coloring, more satisfying than random sketching, this activity book will inspire you to express your own personal style. Design matching lockets for a pair of best friends, draw a companion for a teddy bear, create a home for a puppy, and fill in the details of other friendship-related scenes. These unfinished images offer loads of opportunities to doodle, plus the fun of coloring each completed drawing. ADD2320-$6.00

How to Draw Flowers, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Flowers, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 32 pages, softbound book. How to use simple shapes to draw realistic likenesses of 30 different garden flowers, among them a sunflower, daisy, rose, morning glory, tulip, daffodil, poinsettia, Easter lily, pansy, jack-in-the-pulpit, bird of paradise, iris, and 18 other lovely blossoms. ADD415-$3.00

What to Doodle? Happy Halloween!, by Chuck WhelonWhat to Doodle? Happy Halloween!, by Chuck Whelon, 2011. 8.25x11”, 64 pages, softbound book. Who lives in the haunted house, and where is that flying witch headed? Get in the mood for Halloween as you use your imagination to fill in the missing details of these drawings. Sketch your favorite candies, the scene behind a series of jack-o'-lanterns, and the background for a leaping skeleton. Then, you can color the completed drawings! Dover Original.  ADD2278-$6.00

How to Draw Holiday Pictures, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Holiday Pictures, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8½x11", 32 pages, softbound book. In just a few simple steps, artists of every age will learn to draw an entire cast of holiday characters. Grab a pencil and start sketching 30 creative scenes for festive holidays, including New Year's Eve, Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, Arbor Day, Groundhog Day, and other days of distinction. ADD962-$4.00

I Can Draw Insects, by Barbara Soloff LevyI Can Draw Insects, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book, includes a pencil, eraser, and sharpener. Simple instructions for basic drawings anyone can follow. Book formatted with instructions on left side and workspace on the right. ADD411-$10.00

How to Draw People, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw People, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8½x11", 64 pages, softbound book. Step-by-step diagrams make it easy to draw people of all shapes and sizes, engaged in a variety of activities. By joining circles, ovals, rectangles, and other shapes, beginning artists can create a boy on a swing, a fireman, drummer, mailman, cowboy, and 25 other subjects. Includes blank practice pages. ADD960-$5.00

I Can Draw People, by Barbara Soloff LevyI Can Draw People, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book, includes a pencil, eraser, and sharpener. Simple instructions for basic drawings anyone can follow. Book formatted with instructions on left side and workspace on the right. ADD410-$10.00

How to Create Mandalas, by Jessica MazurkiewiczHow to Create Mandalas, by Jessica Mazurkiewicz. 48 pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Use these simple exercises to make your own templates and achieve symmetry in your drawings of elaborate, hypnotic mandalas. Illustrated guidelines include suggestions for designs, practice pages with unfinished patterns for you to complete, and many helpful tips. In addition, plenty of samples for coloring provide numerous chances to experiment. ADD2393-$6.00

How to Draw Mother Goose Characters, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Mother Goose Characters, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8½x11", 32 pages, softbound book. Easy-to-follow diagrams make it a snap to draw portraits of Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, Little Miss Muffet, and other favorite Mother Goose characters. Just combine such basic shapes as circles, ovals, and rectangles to create the Three Blind Mice, Little Bo Peep, Old King Cole, and more nursery rhyme favorites. 25 characters. ADD959-$3.00

How to Draw Musical Instruments, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw Musical Instruments, by Barbara Soloff Levy, 2009. 8½x11", 64 pages, softbound book. Fine-tune your abilities for drawing 30 popular instruments. Just a few easy steps make it a breeze for children and adults alike to skillfully sketch an orchestra of illustrations, including a piano, guitar, flute, violin, drums, maracas, harmonica, tuba, and other melody makers. Blank practice pages appear opposite each how-to page. ADD903-$5.00

Pen & Ink Techniques, by Frank J. LohanPen & Ink Techniques, by Frank J. Lohan, 2009. 8.5x11”, 112 pages, softbound book. This reader-friendly guide allows artists and would-be artists at all levels of achievement to experience the satisfaction of drawing with pen and ink techniques. Richly illustrated and containing dozens of simple exercises, it covers everything from the basic tools and materials to the production of advanced effects. A seasoned instructor, author Frank Lohan presents dozens of exercises for beginning, intermediate, and advanced artists. His topics range from the creation of hatching, tones, and stippling to dealing with the problems that can arise when adding texture, light, and shade. An extensive reference section features examples of landscapes, trees and foliage, flowers, faces, animals, and a wealth of other subjects. Helpful suggestions include tips for copying, reducing, and enlarging sketches; instructions for easy matting; and guidelines for reproducing sketches on greeting cards and notepaper. Reprint of the Contemporary Books, Inc., Chicago, 1978 edition. ADD2253-$11.00

Pen and Pencil Drawing Techniques, by Henry BorgmanPen and Pencil Drawing Techniques, by Henry Borgman, 2002. 8.5x11”, 256 pages, softbound book. Written and beautifully illustrated, this is the perfect guide to pencil and ink drawing. It explores materials and tools, different ways of handling strokes and lines, techniques for establishing and conveying tones and shadows, and technical tips. Other useful features include 28 step-by-step demonstrations, numerous exercises, and 474 black-and-white and 73 color illustrations. ADD2257-$20.00

Perspective Drawing Handbook, Joseph D'AmelioPerspective Drawing Handbook, Joseph D'Amelio, 2004. 96 pages, 8.25x10.75", softbound book. This handy guide to perspective drawing provides important information on such subjects as diminution, foreshortening, convergence, shade and shadow, and other visual principles of perspective drawing. Accompanying a concise and thoughtfully written text are more than 150 simply drawn illustrations that depict a sense of space and depth, demonstrate vanishing points and eye level, and explain such concepts as appearance versus reality, perspective distortion, and determining heights and widths. Reprint of the Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1964 edition. ADD2221-$9.00

Perspective Made EasyPerspective Made Easy, by Ernest R. Norling, 1999. 224 pages, 5 3/8 x 8 1/2", softbound book. Perspective is easy; yet, surprisingly few artists know the simple rules that make it so. Now they can remedy that situation with this step-by-step book, the first devoted entirely to clarifying the laws of perspective. Using over 250 simple line drawings, the author leads the reader through every important concept. 256 illustrations. ADD2222-$9.00

How to Draw for All Seasons, by Barbara Soloff LevyHow to Draw for All Seasons, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8½x11", 32 pages, softbound book. In a few easy steps, artists of all ages can learn to draw detailed, appealing images of every season. Sketch a springtime playground, summer sandcastle, fall squirrel with acorns, winter sleigh, and many more. Over 30 seasonal scenes in all! Use your new-found talents to embellish cards, gifts, flyers, posters, and crafts. ADD961-$4.00

Lessons on Shading, by W. E. SparkesLessons on Shading, by W. E. Sparkes, 2007. 5.5x8.5”, 112 pages, softbound book. It takes the proper infusion of light and shade to accurately represent an object's solidity and character. With this time-honored guide, artists will easily develop a keener, more educated eye for introducing shadow, light, gradation, and reflection to drawings. This insightful study begins with fascinating artistic experiments and exercises, moving on to illuminating advice on how to deepen volume, evoke sunlight, and create mood. Various shapes such as pyramids, cones, spheres, and vases each necessitate different shading techniques, and are all expertly described in a wonderfully instructive tone and eighty-seven skillful illustrations. Thorough guidance on materials and how they should be manipulated to achieve specific effects is also included in this concise and enlightening resource for artists of all levels. Reprint of the Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1900 edition.  ADD2256-$6.00

Sketching the Countryside: How to Draw the Vanishing Rural Landscape, by Frank J. Lohan, 2010. 8.5x11”, 272 pages, softbound book. Both experienced and aspiring artists can benefit from this practical instruction book, which shows how to portray rustic settings from rural England to the American Southwest. More than 400 detailed illustrations trace the steps from composition drawings to final sketches. Author Frank J. Lohan introduces his guide: Artist and author Eric Sloane (1905-85) portrayed bygone rural America and its tools, structures, and way of life. He shared his honest appraisals and overwhelming affection for our rural heritage in more than 20 books and thousands of drawings and paintings. Some of the things he wrote about still exist, although each year sees the further decay and destruction of many such relics. Since my teen years, I've enjoyed drawing the textures of old barns and farm buildings and their settings in the landscape. I know I'm not alone in this delight, so the primary purpose of this book is to show how to draw such subjects (including artifacts from other countries). Many historic outdoor museums maintain early buildings — Williamsburg and Great Smoky Mountains National Park are just two — where you can still see and feel and savor things of the past. Reprint of the Contemporary Books, Chicago, 1989 edition.  ADD2252-$18.00

Drawing Trees by Victor PerardDrawing Trees, by Victor Perard. 48 pages, 11x8.25", softbound book: This concise guide for artists at every level features easy-to-follow steps for realistic depictions of trees. Its shading composition, techniques, shadow and light methods, and outlining approaches help artists recapture dozens of varieties with vitality and expression. Over 100 illustrations spotlight Oak, Pine, Palmetto, Willow, and other species. Reprint of the Pitman Publishing Corporation, New York, 1955 edition. ADD1015-$6.00

Creative Haven How To Draw Trees: Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for drawing 15 different beautiful trees, by Marty NobleCreative Haven How To Draw Trees: Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for drawing 15 different beautiful trees, by Marty Noble 9pages, 8.5x11", softbound book. Trees and foliage are important elements in landscape illustrations, and this guide will help you to develop your drawing skills. Fifteen different trees include the weeping willow, flowering dogwood, eucalyptus, and more. Includes completed images, ready to color or trace, plus color guides and 30 perforated practice pages with decorative borders. Specially designed for experienced colorists, How to Draw Trees and other Creative Haven® adult coloring books offer an escape to a world of inspiration and artistic fulfillment. Each title is also an effective and fun-filled way to relax and reduce stress. ADD2443-$10.00

How to Draw Trees by  Frank M. RinesHow to Draw Trees, by  Frank M. Rines. 8½x11", 64 pages, softbound book. More than just a fine work of landscape art instruction, this guidebook constitutes a celebration of one of nature's most triumphant creations. Illustrating the dominant features of many common species — elm, maple, willow, apple, more — it includes two portraits of each variety, in pencil and other media. 34 drawings. Reprint of Tree Drawing: Design and Construction, Bridgman Publishers Inc., Pelham, New York, 1936. ADD2002-$8.00

Drawing and Painting Trees, by Adrian HillDrawing and Painting Trees, by Adrian Hill. 216 pages, 8x11", softbound book: This classic guide by noted British painter Adrian Hill presents a well-rounded guide to portraying beeches, elms, pines, and many other varieties. Starting with a brief history of tree painting through the ages, it advances to practical considerations such as general principles, color choices, and techniques. Its 150 helpful illustrations include 7 paintings in full color. ADD1014-$17.00

Wildlife Sketching: Pen, Pencil, Crayon and Charcoal, by Frank J. LohanWildlife Sketching: Pen, Pencil, Crayon and Charcoal, by Frank J. Lohan, 2009. 8.5x11”, 256 pages, softbound book. For every artist who longs to capture the beauty of nature on paper, here is clear, concise instruction on creating true-to-life drawings. Author Frank Lohan, an experienced teacher, stresses perceptive study and analysis. His numerous examples illustrate how to discover the underlying geometric shapes of natural subjects, and they show how to develop sketches that form the basis of realistic compositions. Beginning and advanced artists as well as wildlife enthusiasts will appreciate these 600 images of birds, flowers, trees, animals, reptiles, and amphibians. Step-by-step methods, explained in simple terms, offer guidance on selecting tools and materials; creating perspective drawings; employing pencil, pen, and charcoal techniques; and other approaches. Reprint of the Contemporary Books, Inc., Chicago, 1986 edition. ADD2254-$17.00

I Can Draw Wizards, Dragons & other Magical Creatures, by Barbara Soloff LevyI Can Draw Wizards, Dragons & other Magical Creatures, by Barbara Soloff Levy. 8.25x11", 64 pages, softbound book, includes a pencil, eraser, and sharpener. Simple instructions for basic drawings anyone can follow. Book formatted with instructions on left side and workspace on the right. ADD412-$10.00

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