Ten-Step Drawing Everyday Things

Rating: 3 out of 5.

In Ten-Step Drawing: Everyday Things, Justine Lecouffe walks readers through a step by step process of drawing 60 ordinary items found in many households. The process she uses is very good, breaking items up into shapes and then building from there. As such, this is a great book for beginning artists to see the process. However, the book would have better suited readers had she also explained this process to readers so that those who are not as intuitive would be better suited to applying the techniques to other items.

Disclaimer: An advance copy was provided by the publisher.

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