Alicia says, “There’s so much you could do with How To Draw Almost Anything. It’s simple to use, but the depth of subject matter is deep! We have loved using this book.” Read the rest of her review at Learning Well.
Renee says, “How to Draw Almost Everything is a 224 page book full of ideas and inspiration for drawing. This is less a how-to book and more a here’s-an-idea-for-what-you-can-do book. The first few pages have recommendations for drawing supplies (always a plus) then it is on to the fun. The book is divided into color-coded sections dealing with items like: food, buildings, around the home, animals. It makes flipping to the section you want fast and easy.” Read the rest of her review at Little Earthling Blog.
Jennifer says, “Even though I wouldn’t recommend this book for a serious, experienced art student, I definitely think it deserves its place in Timberdoodle’s catalog and can understand why they offer it. How to Draw Almost Everything is a great choice for a variety of students: Younger children who like to draw and want to improve their skills Beginning students who don’t know what to draw or where to start Reluctant learners who are convinced they have no talent for drawing Older, inexperienced students who’ve never really tried before” Read the rest of her review at The Flanders Family Website. […]