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Description Details: Learn to Draw Comics is a new title in the successful Learn to Draw series of instructional step-by-step books for beginners. It covers the basic techniques of drawing comic strips and graphi... more

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“Learning to Draw”

published 19/08/2007

AdvantagesStep by step guide, lots of ideas

DisadvantagesSome of the artwork is too intricate for under 5s.

...۩۩۩ Introduction ۩۩۩ Having been delighted with a couple of other Usborne Activities books relating to things to ?make and do? I was expecting to be just as pleased with some of the ?How to Draw? Usborne Activity books that I bought for my niece who is a huge fan of everything to do with princesses, fairies and mermaids. ۩۩۩ The book &...

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Super

“Learning how to draw.”

published 30/09/2007

AdvantagesGreat for fans of ballerinas and princesses. The stickers!!

DisadvantagesSome of the drawings are too intricate.

...ΔΔΔ Introduction ΔΔΔ Having been delighted with a couple of other Usborne Activities books relating to things to 'make and do' I was expecting to be just as pleased with some of the 'How to Draw' Usborne Activity books that I bought for my niece who is a huge fan of everything to do with princesses, fairies, ballerinas etc.. ΔΔΔ The book &#9...

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Excellent

AdvantagesNo felt tip pen stains, no crayons, no paper! But an artistic child!

DisadvantagesNot easy to clean away sticky fingers

...the lids off pens. A rather frustrated mummy put everything away ( much to little ones annoyance) and decided to try again the next day. A few weeks later he understood the concept of scribbling - but could not get his head round the idea of scribbling on paper ... need i say more! Enter aquadraw from Tomy! This consists of a large drawing mat 90cm x 90cm and 2 pens. The pens look like...

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