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Learn to Draw Disney's Villains: Featuring favorite villains, including Captain Hook, Cruella de Vil, Jafar, and others! (Licensed Learn to Draw) Paperback – May 30, 2012
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Disney Storybook Artists are a team of illustrators of fine children's books based on the creative animation of Walt Disney Animation Studios. With talented artistry and masterful storytelling, Disney Storybook Artists help bring the magic of Disney animation into the hearts and homes of families everywhere.
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So now that you are familiar with these infamous Disney villains, it’s time for you to take up your pencil and learn to draw them! Simply follow the step-by-step instructions, and you will see how wonderfully talented you are as you draw the evil villains from all of your favorite Disney and Disney/Pixar movies.
Top Customer Reviews
I pre-ordered this last year when I saw that they were making a book devoted to villains; just to have it. So seeing what I've seen from other "Learn to Draw" titles like "Learn to Draw Disney Princesses" I knew I was going to get reused lessons from older releases.
We do have a couple classic Disney Villains, such as Pete and The Big Bad Wolf. I for one haven't seen them in other books, so that put a big smile on my face. There are others, that I haven't seen in other "Learn to Draw" books such as Capt. Hook and the Queen of hearts, but a lot of this book is comprised of lessons reused from other "Learn to Draw Disney" books. They didn't put much thought or effort or originality into this one. They took what villains they had from previous "Learn to Draw" books, and made a new book out of them.
So, if you have "Learn to Draw The Little Mermaid", you're going to get the exact same lesson for Ursula in "Learn to Draw Disney Villains". The same goes for Jafar and Iago from "Learn to Draw Aladdin" as well as "Scar, Banzai, Shenzi and Ed from "Learn to Draw The Lion King". It doesn't end there. I mean, the book is cool if you never got your hands on those out-of-print older books.
But... the BIG problem with reusing old stuff and not adding much of anything new, is that in those old, out-of-print books (for the most part), the heroes: Ariel, Aladdin, Jasmine, Simba etc. get the coverage, the poses, the expressions, in action etc. and the villains are lucky to have a couple of pages.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are many Villains in this book with so many different shapes. A good fun tool.Published 14 days ago by Deborah Barton
My 7 year old grandson loves to draw and he loved this book for Christmas.Published 7 months ago by Juli A. Lee
My grandsons love learning to draw more complicated lines using this book.Published 18 months ago by John E. Banks
In every good story a little villain will shine. How else will the hero win. Good practice for new artist.Published on August 8, 2014 by STAR CROSS