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The Easy Drawing Book for Teens: 20 Step-by-Step Projects to Improve Your Drawing Skills by [Angela Rizza]

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"The Easy Drawing Book for Teens hits all the right notes providing tutorials for high-interest subjects like optical illusions, portraiture, animals, fantasy creatures, and photo-realistic still-life compositions. This book will get any adult, teen, or ambitious preteen fired up to create. The drawing and shading skills presented here will easily transfer to unguided activities as well!" --Emily Valenza, M.Ed, Artist and Art Educator

"If the idea of cooking vegetarian for your family leaves you intimidated, The Vegetarian Family Cookbook will definitely inject some inspiration into your meal planning! With a variety of flavors and ingredients (as well as beautiful, enticing photos), everyone is sure to find a few new favorite recipes. The lists of staple ingredients and essential tools needed for vegetarian cooking also serve as a great jumping-off point for exploring this kind of food." --Lindsay Moe, Founder of The Live-In Kitchen (theliveinkitchen.com)

"Angela Rizza is a true artist. This book is just perfect if you want to learn to draw or to improve your skills. Each lesson comes with great step-by-step explanations accompanied with beautiful illustrations. The variety of topics and examples for the reader to practice is amazing." --Carolina Jaramillo

"I have read dozens of drawing how-to books over the years, and they've always been the same--helpful, but dull. Rizza completely turns this genre on its head. While speaking in a voice that is both relatable and entertaining, she also manages to give you drawing tutorials of fun and interesting subjects that you'd actually want to draw. Not your typical art class still life that would be thrown in the trash after completion. Rizza's tone, techniques, and subject matter are extremely agreeable for a teenage audience who wants to hone drawing skills." --Samantha Faella, Social Media Strategist

"The Easy Drawing Book for Teens is great for those artists who have the basics down and would like to further develop their skill sets. Teenage artists are given practical advice on how to advance technically through a series of clearly thought-out exercises. A great blend of nuts and bolts and drawing advice while advancing each artist's creativity! Highly recommended." --Edward Murr, College Art Teacher

"This book demystifies the process of learning how to draw through helpful step-by-step breakdowns and great visual examples of portraits, still life setups, animals, and more. Angla Rizza does an incredible job coaching all of the fundamentals of drawing through fun, easy-to-approach projects and covers the most important tools that budding artists can use to make confident, beautiful artwork!" --Lindsay Nohl, Faculty Member at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design and Founder of Light Grey Art Lab art gallery

--This text refers to the paperback edition.

About the Author

ANGELA RIZZA graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology and has been creating artwork inspired by wildlife around her home and her favorite childhood stories ever since. She enjoys teaching art and creating activity books that help others learn to draw and use their imagination.

--This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • ASIN : B08QTYGG9K
  • Publisher : Rockridge Press (5 January 2021)
  • Language : English
  • File size : 25832 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
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  • Print length : 89 pages
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    4.5 out of 5 stars 58 ratings

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Marie Santiago
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it!
Reviewed in the United States on 6 April 2021
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Reviewed in the United States on 30 April 2021
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K. Chan
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a Beginner's Book - Complex Drawings Broken Into 4-8 Steps for Intermediate Artists
Reviewed in the United States on 5 March 2021
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not a Beginner's Book - Complex Drawings Broken Into 4-8 Steps for Intermediate Artists
Reviewed in the United States on 5 March 2021
As an artist, I'm always interested in getting new books on how to improve my art, whether it be painting, sketching, molding things out of clay, knitting, and so forth, not just for myself but for my tween daughter who is a budding artist in her own right. The Easy Drawing Book for Teens is a nice inspirational book to encourage teens to see what their art can become, but it's definitely not a book I would get if I was trying to help my teen learn how to draw better. The author takes complex drawings and tries to show the reader how to draw them within four steps. An additional four steps may be added to show variations or additional details you can add to a drawing. Because I have taken several art classes before, I found the book gave me a decent direction on how to make my drawings a little more fine-tuned, but for my daughter whom I consider to still be a beginner, the book was nothing but frustrating. The author often goes from drawing simple shapes to fully drawn pictures and shading without explaining the concepts of the direction of lighting, how to build shadows, or how to create texture such as the fur in her Boston Terrier picture. When it came to the portrait section of the book, the author didn't explain "the rule of thirds" so that the faces would be better proportioned or how to space the eyes, nose, and mouth even though she drew in the lines for them. Oddly enough she also dropped a full-body figure in the portraits section, which in itself is a whole other beast - debate with me if you will, but drawing bodies and understanding muscle tone and how the clothing hangs is much more difficult than four steps.

As an intermediate artist, I found the book average at best, but it didn't really give me any new tips or ideas on making my art any more interesting. As for the daughter who is a beginning artist, she felt it didn't have enough tips to help her improve her art. She noted that she prefers art books that focus on a single concept such as a perspectives book, lighting book, texture book, or portrait book where these difficult concepts can be explained in more detail. Overall, if you're looking for an art book that will give you a sampling of how to sketch out and shade still life, optical illusions, portraits and figures, animals, and a "hyper-detailed" drawing of a spider, owl, girl, and cake, this is an okay book to consider, but it's not something I would consider for beginners.
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3.0 out of 5 stars not an 'easy' drawing or beginnger book
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not "Easy" and not for beginners
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