Julia Kuo splits her time between Cleveland, OH, and Taipei. 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 www.juliakuo.com.
Julia is also the author of the best-selling Quarry book 20 Ways to Draw a Dress and 44 Other Fabulous Fashions and Accessories and 20 Ways to Draw a Cat and 44 Other Awesome Animals.
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I'm not a fan of this series of books. The main reason being that they don't really teach you anything. Read morePublished 5 days ago by uawildcatgrl
Most the drawings are made up of squares and rectangles, even when the animal has no edges. The other "20 Ways to Draw" books are much better.Published 18 days ago by wendy jordan
We thought it was going to be more instructional, but the kids still enjoyed it.Published 1 month ago by ace is a cutie
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 3 months 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 3 months ago by Bob LaBlaw