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How to Draw Avatar: The Last Airbender (Licensed Learn to Draw) Paperback – March 1, 2007

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Product Details

  • Age Range: 7 and up
  • Grade Level: 2 and up
  • Series: Licensed Learn to Draw
  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Walter Foster Jr (March 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1560107839
  • ISBN-13: 978-1560107835
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 0.2 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #427,342 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By aussieaussieaussieoioioi on October 20, 2010
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An excellent product. It was a birthday present for my daughter and she was overjoyed. She's a huge 'Last Airbender' fan and unfortunately we're not lucky enough to have such wonderful products as this Down Under (Australia). Thank goodness for Amazon, otherwise we'd be more isolated than usual.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Martha on September 23, 2012
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I actually bought this book at my school's book fair YEARS AGO. Unlike a lot of the "How to draw" books that I owned, I actually used this one the most. It really lets the user connect with the characters on a new level. This is a great product for children who are fans of the series. Since the characters are, for the most part, human, it is a little more advanced than a usual "how to draw" cartoon book. Still, it has many different characters and pictures to draw. It also gives the drawer a reference to character costumes if they want to experiment and draw their own poses. Great book. Great series. Nuff' said.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Edward W. Horn on May 14, 2007
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How To Draw Avatar The Last Airbender is by Shane L. Johnson, one of the best illustrators in the USA. You can learn how to draw Aang, Appa, Momo, Katara, Sokka, Prince Zuko, Jet, Uncle Iroh, Avatar Roku, Princess Azula, Toph, Tui and La. You draw by fully illustrated and easy lesson steps where the next lines you should draw are super imposed over the last step you did. And all the characters are shown in large full color so you can add correct color to them once they are drawn. 5 Stars! Ed, Hawaii.
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The TV show clearly responds to young kids and up to tweens, meanwhile this how to draw responds more from tweens to teens.

Do not get me wrong, it is very easy to follow, even a 7 years old young kid can do it, but....
1) Could some tracing paper have been placed in the how to draw book for quick fun?
2) Why not a sheet of stickers.
3) Why single character pose? young kid even my 10 years old who loves to draw will have all hurdles in the world if she decides to draw any of these characters in a different pose than those described in the book. Think of .. what's his name (hang, ang,... the main character) is drawn 2/3rd front on the sheet. if my daughter decides to draw fully sideway or front face.. what does she do? Thankfully I know how to draw so I will help her to come as close as possible but what I am saying is that this book"let" could have been so much more and providing more fun tools for kids to develop ...imagination... creativity... love for art and craft.

Is it a bad purchase for the price? certainly not, it is a ok purchase for the price meaning your kid will be able to draw "some" and develop good drawing habits (4 steps drawing) but I cannot keep and feels the book"let was intentionally done halfway through for copyright and/or dividend purpose, and is why only 4 stars...
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We got this book for my nephews for Christmas, they are 10 and 8 and absolutely loved Avatar, the 10 year old was drawing that afternoon which as you can imagine with all the other Christmas toys a drawing book was a surprise. The way they are taught in this book is great compared to the other simple drawing books this has real shape and technique breaking down complex characters into basic shapes. Within a week the 10 year old was drawing the characters amazingly well and the 8 year old was having fun too watching himself draw his favorite characters. It was a hit!
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By Noel Turner on February 17, 2014
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This book was acquired for the purpose of seeing how the characters from the show are drawn...And I have to say.. Not really a beginner's book at all...Not while I myself am not a beginner at sketching, I was kind of expecting more basic information from this title being it's target audience are a younger crowd. Still a decent over view piece in my opinion though...

pros: Good for basic overview for someone that knows what they are doing already

cons: (personal opinion) Not very helpful, if looking for actual basics in drawing.
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The book is actually really good. It shows how to draw the main character's of Avatar quite well. But it leaves me wanting more. Drawing Aang in a pose is great, but I want to draw him in other poses. I like drawing Katara and Toph, but what about Haru, Mai,Ty Lee and Suki? And lots more on Appa would be cool too. But what it does have, it does well.

If you are a fan of Avatar, and you are an artist. This is just the book for you.
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By Stone on March 9, 2013
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This book has great step by step directions on how to draw the main characters of ATLA. The steps are clear, and also in the book are little tidbits of information on Avatar, which is nice. However, the steps are too few, as my 10 yr old brother who i bought this for struggles to draw Aang in five steps. I do well, but that is because i am 17. Overall, this is a nice book, and my only complaint is the steps on how to draw are too brief.
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