You Can Draw in 30 Days: The Fun, Easy Way to Learn to Draw in One Month or Less Paperback – Jan 4 2011
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Kingman Daily Minor, 12/22/10
“Would make a great gift.”
“The book offers a set of valuable introductory lessons in putting what you see—in the real world or your mind’s eye—down on paper.”
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Now, about six months later, I'm actually drawing portraits. No, I didn't fully learn how to draw portraits from this book (although he does dabble in it). But I never would have had the confidence to find other books to learn portrait drawing if I hadn't read this book in the first place (and done the work). It's a great starting point.
Absolutely 5+ stars.
This book was perfect. It assumes you can't draw and starts off very simple. Each lesson has a lesson challenge at the end to encourage
you to play around with what you have learned. You can do the lesson in a day or take several days. What I really like about this book
is that each lesson builds on the last lesson 'gradually'. It also encourages you to use your imagination and explore other possibilities
with your new knowledge.
I highly recommend this book
Offers step by step instructions on how to become a accomplished drawer. Has many little activities, and Mark Kistler encourages you to lighten up about drawing and look at it from a different perspective. After a couple days I was impressing my friends with doing simple sketches!
I lost interest unfortunately, but that was because my schedule became very busy.
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This book was fun and had me drawing things I never thought I would. Would highly recommend to anyone interested in the learning the basics of drawing.Published 4 days ago by Doris Foster
Wonderful book - taught myself to draw when I never thought I could. Moved on to Pastels now and it's amazing how my life has changed.Published 1 month ago by Brenda-Lee
it is ok and I am learning but I think it could describe better the how toPublished 2 months ago by sheran
My10 year old daughter enjoyed this very much. The instructions and illustrations are well done.Published 3 months ago by speckles
The book is effective and fun at first but I gave up about 3/4 of the way through as the intent is to draw cartoon type drawings and I wanted something more like sketching. Read morePublished 4 months ago by happy knitter
tHIS IS EXCELLENT, I COULDN'T DRAW A BOX BEFORE, NOW I HAVE SOME CONFIDENCE.Published 10 months ago by R.Barrie Jack