Archie, Jughead, Reggie, Betty, and Veronica are all here—learn to draw the whole Riverdale gang.
Anyone who has been to New York City knows that it's the city that never sleeps. While the entire city may be high energy, each section of the city has it's own feeling and vibe.
Let's face it: we love our pets! Cat people love their cats. Dog people love their dogs. And so on and so forth with birds, horses, guinea pigs, and all sorts of feathered and furry friends!
Color me happy! My daughters and I just love The Big Book of Color. Page by page we've taken a journey together through a rainbow of shades and concepts. With it's bold, vivid illustrations and super simple learning tools, we've been able to cover everything from the color wheel to complementary colors to the emotions tied to colors.
This original Walter Foster title is a gem in our vintage catalogue.
Food lovers rejoice! We have the perfect book to blend your culinary delights with your artistic genius: Doodling for Foodies. Consider it a gourmet guide to channel all your good taste to the doodling page.
Mickey is one of those evergreen characters that has entertained children and adults for generations. Learn to Draw Mickey Mouse & Friends Through the Decades is a celebration of all the characters that Disney fans have come to love throughout the years.
A good fashion illustration should not only capture the vision of the designer, it should drive the essence of the times.Simon Ungless
The Color Mix
Bright reds—scarlet, pillar-box red, crimson or cherry—are very cheerful and youthful. There is certainly a red for everyone.-Christian Dior
Valentine's Day is a sweet time to send notes to friends, family, and loved ones...and a great excuse to try your hand at hand lettering!
The fun of doodling comes from not trying too hard.
Let's start with a simple question: What is a stick figure? There's more to it than you think. Those fine lines and basic shapes are actually the "skeletons" of more complicated drawings. In fact, animators and cartoonists sketch stick figures first to get the look and feel of a character before adding more color, layers, and definition to make a sleek, 3-D image.
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