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ALEX Toys Artist Studio Draw Like A Pro
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- A fun and easy way to draw
- Creative Child magazine Toy of the Year Award
- Parents' Choice Approved Award and Dr. Toy's Best New Products
- Set includes a projector, 124 slides, 6 markers, 10 sheets of paper and a flip book
- Recommended for children 6 years of age and older
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Just trace the projected image to draw like a pro.
Choose from 124 different slide images.
This drawing station includes 124 preprinted slides that allow children to create 3 types of artwork. There are mix and match heads and bodies to create characters, tilt the light forwards and backwards to change the size of the projected image to make wacky proportions. Draw a scene by tracing different elements from the scene slides. Move your paper left and right to combine a volcano, dinos and plants to make a prehistoric scene. There is even a wheel of slides so that you can make your own flip book with precut pages and a flip book clip.
Adjustable with Lots of Art Materials
Drawing surface slides out for horizontal and vertical drawing positions. Click the top of the Draw Like a Pro up or down to change how big your image appears. Also includes 6 markers and paper. Store all your slides and supplies in the built in drawer inside the machine. Carry the Draw like a Pro by its handle to the car, grandma's house or onto a plane. Compact unit makes it easy to start and stop projects.
Easy Video Instructions
Just log onto www.alextoys.com to watch easy video instructions to see how to use the slides and make the different kinds of drawings and make your own flip book. Drawing becomes a magical experience as you work with the projected image and manipulate their size easily by moving the light closer to the drawing surface or farther away.
What's In The Box?
Includes Draw Like A Pro Projector, 12 slides, 6 markers, 10 sheets of paper, and precut flip book pages, flip book clip and easy instructions. Requires 3 AA (LR-6) batteries not included.
Make a flipbook, draw a scene or make wacky characters!
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This is a total waste of money. Small and blurry...hard to use. We returned it. Buy a regular tracing light table instead. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SeattleRain
excellent activity for kids. My 9yr old and 5yr old started to love drawing. Especially helpful for kids who have difficulty drawing the outlines/sketches. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I wasn't sure how well this would go over with my two five-year old boys, but it is a huge hit! They both have been spending hours creating designs and then coloring them in. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Libby
My granddaughter loved this - she has a desire to color and paint everyday and this was certainly a product she could use as she continues to paint and draw from grandmaPublished 1 month ago by D Jones
Our 6 yr old granddaughter loves drawing. This is a wonderful item, but the switch will not cut the light off. Very disappointed in that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JO
My 6 year old loves this drawing toy. She received it for Christmas and has played with it so much. She told me its one of her favorite things she got.Published 1 month ago by rsa
Got this for my niece who is 5 years old. She liked it along with her 7yo and 3yr brother. Pretty easy to use.Published 1 month ago by Bee
Got these for my 8 year old twins. They often have school work where they have to draw pictures for vocabulary words and get frustrated that they can't draw well on their own. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Natalie Klobuchar