It's Fun to Draw Princesses and Ballerinas
It's Fun to Draw Princesses and Ballerinas is the perfect tool for budding young artists who love princesses and ballerinas and who want to create some themselves. Each drawing comes with step-by-step illustrations and tips on coloring a variety of pretty characters, including: Princess Margot, who must kiss a frog; Louise, a ballerina stretching before class; Princess Helena, who loves to walk her puppy; Henrietta, gracefully balancing in a pirouette; Princess Nicole, who is fast asleep in a tower; And nine more! With this book, learning to draw is as simple as following the numbered steps on the left-hand side of the page. Bergin's drawings are easy for kids to recreate and are a sure way to inspire the artist inside every child.
All aspiring artists need to start with the basics and to have fun while learning. It's Fun to Draw is a fantastic series that any youngster can use to start honing their skills. Each project has easy-to-follow instructions that will clearly guide the child through the step-by-step process of creating vivid whimsical characters or animals. In a matter of minutes a novice will learn to create a wide variety of animals, insects, knights, pirates, princesses and even wee beasties from the deep! Most of the projects are done with pencil or crayon drawings, but a few are cardboard cutouts that require scissors. Divided by subject matter, each book is published on high finish paper, reasonably priced and cleverly simplistic. The author clearly had a blast designing each project, sprinkling every other page with a little trivia and naming certain characters, like Barnacle Butch and Sophie Storm (the pirates book is my favorite, by the way). ~ Nick