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How to Draw 101 Funny People (How to Draw) Paperback – July 1, 2003
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I gave them one book each week to keep their interested, I started asking them to make their own stories using the books, they usually use all three to make a story.
This was really a great buy!
The details: For the most part, two funny people are featured per page. For each character, there are six frames showing how to make a simple outline drawing. The first frame shows the basic outline of the animal, of the head or hair; additional detail is added in each frame, and the sixth frame shows the completed drawing. For several of the characters, there are only four frames in the guide.
There is a wide variety of characters featured, including:
athletes (surfer, high jumper, weightlifter, skateboarder, tennis player, and all of the basics -- football, baseball, etc.)
musicians (conductor, African musician, opera singer)
health care professionals (doctor, nurse, dentist)
service professionals (mechanic, builder, teacher, baker, fireman . . . )
other professions (actor, cowboy, Flamenco dancer, judge, fisherman, scientist . . . )
historical figures (king, queen, pharoah, Greek scholar, Greek soldier, Roman emperor, Victorian lady . . . )
different nationalities (Arab, Chinese lady -- though she looks like a Japanese geisha to me -- , Eskimo)
The drawbacks: The characters appear in the book in random order -- the clown is next to the pharaoh, the chef and elf share a page. Organizing the characters alphabetically or in some other meaningful manner would be useful.Read more ›
It's a cute book , I bought it for my 7 year old Granddaughter . It would also
be appropriate for a boy . Depending on their skill I think it could be used by
a person maybe 5-12 . Or an adult, but I think I'd be a little insulted if someone
bought me one.not because I wouldn't use it , but because it's a little juvenile.
Even though that would be my ( people ) drawing skill.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
grat for kids who like to draw. keeps them busy for a feew hours.Published 2 months ago by Suzanne Mitchell
Useful for simple drawings. My son likes to reference this book when writing in his journal, which has space to draw a picture as well. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Ortiz
Cute sturdy little book. My kids seem to be enjoying it--the pictures are done in a nice step by step fashion.Published 4 months ago by Julie
This book is really neat, it shows step by step institutions on how to draw different characters. My 6 year old girl loves ! Recommended for beginners.Published 4 months ago by Svetlana Fomichev
I purchased this as a gift for my teenage son, and he likes it. He tries to draw more realistic, so this is more of a novelty item for him. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Marvel Actually