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How to Draw Cartoon Animals (Christopher Hart Titles) Paperback – May 1, 1995
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I can't say enough about this book! You won't be disappointed! It's well worth the price and more. One great thing about it is that not only does the author really know his stuff, he's managed to present it wonderfully. It's a fun & easy read!!!
The step-by-step drawing guides in here are so easy to follow, and the book also show you different degrees of hardships in creating a character. You have the easily drawn characters, the medium hard-to-draw characters, and the really hard-to-draw characters:S
I'd say i was already in the "Medium" category when i bought this book, so the easily drawn characters were just to simple for me to even bother with. But still, they make good reference::)
If i am to say something about what audience this book is aimed for, then i'd have to say it's for beginners and people like me(A bit past beginner:p). There are VERY few hard-to-draw pictures in here, so i'm gonna have to buy another book soon if i keep progressing like i do:p
Different animals you can learn to draw from this book: Cats, dogs, horses, sharks, elephants, lions, tigers, bears and a few other critters...
I love this book :) I do not regret buying it at all:) I can actually REALLY reccomend this book to people who are out for learning this subject:)
My dream is to become a cartoonist, and this book was perfect for me. I love the style, and how great quality the book is. It shows step by step of many different animals preforming different poses, complete with fun cartoon facts and helpful tips. Popular cartoon animal subjects have a couple of pages just to themselves, but at the end there is a combination of many different, less popular animals, and it explains quite a lot as well as the longer guides to more popular animals.
The cartoons like very professional, and the text is neatly written out. Needless to say the entire book is very neat and organized.
One of my favorite features is the beginning: A couple of pages just to themselves about cartoon secrets and great ideas and tips to help you improve your cartooning! this is a perfect guide to making good cartoons, and it explains well. Note that all of this is expressed in a understandable, simple way.
Overall i love this book. It would make a great gift and is perfect for "young contortionists". I would highly suggest this. It's just perfect.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to follow instruction on how to create expressions, show movement and attitude. Both semi-realistic and hilariously funny cartoons explained. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is the first drawing book ever I bought from author Christopher Hart. Never before had I encountered such an interesting and thorough book on the subject of drawing cartoon... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jennifer Waring
Chris Hart's books are great educational tools for anyone who wants to draw. I highly recommend him and Bruce Blitz as your go to for all beginning cartoonists!Published 13 months ago by KM
I grew up learning to draw with this book. I purchased it again for my god daughter which is 10 and she loved it also:)Published on April 2, 2014 by Cherie
I stumbled upon this item when I was looking for Mr Hart's animation book and didn't realized that I have owned his books when I was a kid. Read morePublished on January 16, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This product was supposed to be in "excellent" condition and was it totally hammered. It's a huge book of examples and not at all good for beginners who don't know how to... Read morePublished on June 4, 2013 by Brittany Williams