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This looks like a really fun book for someone who already knows a little bit about drawing and is looking for a fun challenge.
Each drawing has 6 different steps for how to get to the end result and it has a blank page where you can practice your drawing skills. there are also additional practice pages at the end of the book. With the kindle version, having practice pages doesn’t make a whole lot of sense but for a physical copy this is a very fun idea that I like a lot.
The book doesn’t have a table of contents, which for me is a real bummer. I like to have a table of contents to help me find where the drawings are located in the book.
The drawing, “Girl Smiling,” appears twice in the kindle version on location 9 and 14. I found that pretty confusing.
The introduction at the beginning of the book states that this book is a companion book to another book that goes a little more into depth on how to draw anime. While this book is fun to use on its own, I feel like it would be more fun to use alongside the companion book.
In all, this is a pretty fun book. It would be a great gift for someone who has moderate level drawings skills and wants to learn more about drawing in the anime style.
I was hoping for something a little more comprehensive and advanced to help me progress as an artist but it appears to be a book for kids and basic beginners. I'd recommend for kids who like to doodle or teens who are just learning to draw