How to Draw Planes, Trains and Boats
With the help of this guide, children and other beginning artists will enjoy learning how to draw 30 different forms of transportation most of them composed of simple shapes such as circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles. Easy-to-follow, step-by-step illustrations show how to put these shapes together to form everything from a canoe, biplane, and antique locomotive to an ocean liner, seaplane, and passenger car of a modern train.
Fun to draw, these pictures will also help youngsters and budding artists understand the basics of shape, form, and dimension. Blank practice pages are included.
This series of books is a great way to start drawing or get extra drawing practice. Young artists are taken step by step from conception to finished picture. Around 30 different things to draw are featured in each book, and no reading is required - just follow the line drawing "steps." As a whole, the end results in this series are more simplistic and childlike than others in this section, but the steps are easy for young children to follow, and no superfine detail is required (crayons welcome!). - Melissa