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Draw 50 Princesses shows aspiring artists how to draw beautiful princesses with ease. Following the step-by-step method of acclaimed author-illustrator Lee J. Ames, artists can bring to life the most memorable story-book characters. Included here are beloved favorites like Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty as well as other princesses from around the world. In these pages you’ll also find a castle, the famous glass slipper, a Fairy Godmother, and much more.
Lee J. Ames’s drawing method has proven successful for children and adults alike. There are currently twenty-nine books in the Draw 50 series, with over three million copies in print.
Draw 50 Princesses brings you a wondrous variety of enchanting princesses. This latest installment in the Lee J. Ames illustration dynasty features beautiful princesses (and their princes, castles, evil stepsisters, crowns, and more!) that will delight children and parents alike, making it an ideal tool for mastering drawing skills either at home or at school.
Lee J. Ames’s signature step-by-step method shows you how to draw each princess and her world with ease – from Snow White’s poison apple and the Fairy Princess’s wings to Prince Charming and Romeo. His clear instructions help budding artists to explore their interest in a fun and familiar way.
With over three million copies in print, the Draw 50 series has successfully shown children how to create everything from a sparrow to a spaceship, a Tyrannosaurus rex to skyscrapers, and UFOs to racing cars. Draw 50 Princesses is sure to captivate a new generation of artists and keep them endlessly entertained, sketching their newfound friends.
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Lee J. Ames has been “drawing 50” since 1974, when the first Draw 50 title, Draw 50 Animals, was published. He is the recipient of the Flessel, an achievement award from the Berndt Toast Gang of the National Cartoonists Society. He lives in Mission Viejo, California.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
As you work, it is a good idea to have a mirror available. Holding your sketch up to the mirror from time to time can show you distoritons you might not see otherwise.
As you are adding to the steps, you may discover that they are becoming too dark. Here's where the kneaded eraser becomes particularly useful. You ca lighten the darker penciling by strongly pressing the clay-like eraser onto the dark areas...Remember, if your first attempts do not turn out too well, it's important to keep trying. Practice and patience do indeed help. I would like you to know that on occasion when I have used the steps for a drawing from one of my own books, it has taken me as along as an hour or two to bring it to a finish.
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