Julia Kuo splits her time between Cleveland, OH, and Taipei, Tokyo. She grew up in Los Angeles, CA, and attended Washington University in St. Louis for illustration and marketing. Julia illustrates children's books, concert posters and CD covers, designs stationery and journals, and paints in her free time. One recent gallery show featured paintings of street fashion shots from Face Hunter. Julia's clients include American Greetings, the New York Times, the Home Shopping Network, Little Brown and Co., Capitol Records, Tiny Prints, and Universal Music Group. Her illustrations have been honored in American Illustration, CMYK magazine, and Creative Quarterly. Visit her online at http://www.juliakuo.com.
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This is exactly as advertised and it has a variety of simple animals in different poses for people who cannot visualize them on their own.Published 28 days ago by Piage Writer
if you have absolutely no clue how to draw, it will help you draw things well. if you do know how to draw, this book will give you some creative ideas for your next project.Published 1 month ago by Bob LaBlaw
Very useful to put on the document camera so that students can draw a particular animal for a project. Plenty of variety for each animal and the drawing style is appealing.Published 2 months ago by Susaninacloud
You need to have some drawing ability in any of the books in this series. These books don't really give you a step by step guide on each, they just show you a lot of different... Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Plaisance
Good choic e of examples to use in teaching children's art because they see that there are many ways to draw and their drawing doesn't have to look like anyone else's work... Read morePublished 3 months ago by MaryAnn
I love this book! It doesn't have the step-by-step directions, but most of the drawings are straight forward enough that the steps are not needed. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ..katy..