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You Can Draw in 30 Days: The Fun, Easy Way to Learn to Draw in One Month or Less Paperback – January 4, 2011
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What I discovered is that drawing takes me away from everything and I really enjoy the process. If you think you can't draw and would like to learn how I challenge you to get this book and finish it. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.
Also: there are complementary lessons on his website and I highly recommend those too. Mr. Kistler was very responsive to a problem I had with the site - my email was answered the next day!
If you have trouble with the exercises I suggest doing them over and over - I think that is what worked for me. If you have trouble with the shading try a different pencil. I use "H" (hard) for sketching and "B" or "2B" for dark lines and shading.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good. My 11-year-old is enjoying working through it, and learning shading, amongst other techniques.Published 1 day ago by mishehu
I've been teaching from this book. If you're working with kids, you want to plan on no more than an hour per lesson, as the attention span isn't there for much more. Read morePublished 3 days ago by J. Chandler
Just received so haven't had a chance to read and see "if I can draw". Hope this book helps.Published 7 days ago by CJTarzan
I have always regretted not being able to draw and for much of my life I was convinced that I never would be able to draw anything with any real degree of realism. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Did all the exercises and learned a great deal on perspective and art language. Read more
I don't think you can learn how to draw from reading this book. The examples it uses for the exercises are drawn by real artists at a skill level I will never achieve. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Robert Hollander
This book is very helpful for us right brained people. It is a step by step book to learn to draw. You don't have to be creative to draw when you use this book.Published 26 days ago by Joel Nelson
So happy I found this book! This is everything I've ever wanted in a learn to draw book!Published 1 month ago by Terresa O'Leary