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e-Book My Very Favorite Art Book: I Love to Draw Horses! (My Very Favorite Art Books) download

e-Book My Very Favorite Art Book: I Love to Draw Horses! (My Very Favorite Art Books) download

by Jennifer Lipsey

ISBN: 1600591523
ISBN13: 978-1600591525
Language: English
Publisher: Lark Books (July 1, 2008)
Pages: 48
Category: Arts Music and Photography
Subategory: For Kids

ePub size: 1239 kb
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Rating: 4.6
Votes: 294
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This is a great book to learn to draw. I got it for my 6 year old who loves to draw dogs.

This is a great book to learn to draw. Until now she has been drawing boxy stick figure dogs. Now after getting this book she is drawing dogs that look like real dogs. She is able to look at the line drawings and follow the steps to draw the different breeds. We have a great amount of books and I must say that this has been the most used book in the house. It always seems to be out and open on the kitchen dining table.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It’s very colorful and inviting, a horse lover’s dream and a budding artist’s delight.

This book, written by an artist and art teacher, provides a very nice introduction to the skill of drawing, with . This is a great introduction to drawing. It features very simple imstructions to draw many things. It is very enthusiastic and encouraging

This book, written by an artist and art teacher, provides a very nice introduction to the skill of drawing, with step-by-step line instructions for drawing people, underwater animals, various foods, animals, dinosaurs, and other things. This book helps young artists discern the underlying shapes of objects they are trying to represent, and the results of these exercises (depending on execution) may closely approach realistic drawing. It is very enthusiastic and encouraging. Its simple style is perfect for the novice or the accomplished artist, younger or older.

Age Range: 4-8 years. Author: Jennifer Lipsey.

Publisher: Lark Books (NC). Age Range: 4-8 years. Street Date: October 1, 2005. Item Number (DPCI): 247-12-6008. Celebrate kids and their special talents.

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A new entry in the acclaimed series! These bright, beautifully designed pages explode with ideas and instructions to help kids draw what they love most: all kinds of different horses in action. The left page of each spread guides budding artists through the whole process of drawing a special horse, from mane to tail, while the right side presents the animal in a setting, so children are inspired to expand their horizons and create complete imaginative pictures. And because there’s only minimal text, even pre-readers can follow along. With everything from a sweet mare and a cute colt to a strong stallion jumping, running, and rearing to tempt them, kids will eagerly pick this up and return to it again and again as they grow older. 
Comments:
Ygglune
This is our second book purchased in the I Love to Draw series. We first purchased the I Love to Draw Dogs book for our 6 year old. She is now 8 and wanted to learn to draw horses. This book is presented in a way that she can learn on her own. She just looks and the step by step drawing instruction pictures and can draw the horses! It's kind of amazing that in one sitting she went from drawing odd looking "monster" type horses to horses that look like real horses! I am very impressed with how well these books teach visually how to use circles and ovals to get the shapes of the horses including legs and heads. We will be buying more in this series as out daughter wants to progress to drawing other things. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to begin to draw horses.

Vit
This is a great book to learn to draw. I got it for my 6 year old who loves to draw dogs. Until now she has been drawing boxy stick figure dogs. Now after getting this book she is drawing dogs that look like real dogs. She is able to look at the line drawings and follow the steps to draw the different breeds. I was actuallly surprised that right from the first dog she was able to closely match the step by step instructions in the book. She loves to be able to have all the different breeds. After mastering this one I will be buying more of the titles from this author. Maybe drawing horses next.

Windforge
I bought this based on the great reviews as a birthday present for a girl who is turning eight, but she can already draw as well as most of the child-like illustrations taught in this book. I was looking for a book that would teach slightly more realistic drawing. I think my confusion stemmed from the fact that the product description suggests an age group of 9-12 (but that's actually the reading level, not drawing level), though the editorial review suggests it is more appropriate for ages 4-8 (which is more accurate. I just wanted to clear that up for anyone else who may be considering it for an older child.

Bu
After receiving this book, I am very surprised that it only had 4 and 5 star ratings at the time I ordered it! It is NOT a good drawing book at all! My children love to draw (ages 3, 4, 7, and 13), and we have several drawing books at several different levels, and I love giving them new drawing books for inspiration. A few of the pictures shown in this book are a bit cute, but the drawing instructions are ridiculous! Some of the drawings are so simple, it's a complete waste of money to purchase the book. For example, in this book, you'll learn how to draw: a house by drawing a square with a triangle on top for a roof, a snowman by stacking three circles, a candy cane with stripes, a flower by drawing small circle for the center, petals around the circle, a line for a stem, and two foot-ball shaped leaves. My three-year-old does not even need instructions to draw things like this.

In contrast to these overly simple drawings, there are some instructions that are so complex that it does not make sense. For example, to draw a shark, the instructions are to draw a triangle, then draw two more triangles on either side to get the first basic shape of a pentagon (but with four lines to erase), then add on another triangle on one side, and another trapezoid on the other side(but why wasn't this broken into triangles?), then to erase the extra lines and draw the details. It's so silly, because the whole basic shape of the shark in the first place after erasing all the extra lines is a very simple trapezoid! It makes no sense! The instructions for drawing a dinosaur include stacking 16 circles of varying sizes to make the neck and tail, then drawing along the outside of those circles, then erasing all 16 circles! It's pretty ridiculous! Even my 4-year-old and 7-year-old didn't like it. The fish and shark do not look very realistic at all--not even cartoon-like. The instructions for insects are boring. Trees? They are okay. Just okay. There is a page for drawing "sweets." Completely disappointing. Once again, pictures anyone can draw without help (a cupcake and an ice-cream cone). There's a page for mountains--it is okay. There is a page for buildings--but they are buildings like all kids already know how to draw. There is a page for dogs and cats--and they're quite the most disappointing-looking dogs and cats. The "Birds" page is actually quite nice. I may tear it out and keep it. There's a cute pig, and a not-so-cute frog, and a monkey (but only draw the monkey if once again you want to draw lots and lots of circles then erase them--no circles on the pig and frog, though, so go figure). The dolphin is cute. The dinosaurs page is mostly worthless--again drawing circles and circles and circles, and erasing them all to leave behind a basic shape after all. Then you get several pages for faces and people. These are just "okay." Then there are cars, trucks, bikes, and motorcycles--unimpressive, but "okay."

All I can say is... I am SO glad I bought a used copy for $4 instead of paying for a new one. I have used and reviewed many drawing books, and "how-to-draw" books. This one belongs at the bottom of the ratings.

Captain America
Bought this for my 8-year-old daughter for her birthday. She checked it out of the library a half-dozen times over the past few years, so we thought it was time to buy a personal copy for her. She loves the step-by-step instructions. She loves to draw, I'm sure partly because now she feels competent to draw lots of different things.

Doktilar
I am a homeschooling mother of 6 children, and we love painting. I was encouraged by all the 5 star reviews, and looking forward to some fun new painting sessions with my little ones. But, I guess I should have held out for more details. This book is not an "art" book. It is a craft book. It doesn't show much about how to paint artistically--brush strokes, blending, technique, but rather how to use different things around your house to paint for you. So if you want to be reminded that you can splatter paint on some paper and fold it over to create a symmetrical monster, or that you can blow blobs of paint through a straw, or that you can stamp your paint onto your paper with various household objects, or even glue yarn to a toilet paper tube and roll over the same paper in different colors, or color a picture in crayons and then paint over it with black paint... then you may like this, if you are looking for different "craft" type projects. These ideas are not new. Some of the examples in the book, of course, were quite lovely. However, I'm thankful I bought a cheap used copy--this is getting sent to goodwill for someone who wants to do these crafts with their preschool class. Do not get this if you're hoping to learn how to paint, or hoping to teach your children how to paint. Get this if you like craft ideas.

Zainn
My kids absolutely love this book, and the adults too. If your child likes to draw then this is the book that will engage them and keep the creativity flowing. We have a great amount of books and I must say that this has been the most used book in the house. It always seems to be out and open on the kitchen dining table. Highly recommend and have purchased many as gifts.

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