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Dare to Draw in 3-D #4 Paperback – 1 Aug 2003

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More easy lessons from Mark 10 Aug 2005
By microjoe - Published on Amazon.com
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This one is more of a workbook of some of his favorite loony sketches. It is very short in length, about the size and length of a coloring book compared to the huge original Mark Kistler books, like "Draw Squad".

Mark shows you how to draw in in three dimensions so your art looks better. Space ships robots, and other inventions galore! His way of teaching is simply the easiest method a person can have to start drawing. Along the way you are learning perspective, shading, and other drawing tools without making these seem like tough concepts.

If you are looking for some fun stuff to draw, and the books you have seen before only seem to make it harder, your search is over. Mark's step by step method makes it easy for anyone at any age to get some basic drawing skills. You may want to try his big book "Draw Squad" before this one if you haven't yet... This one is for someone that has his other books already. And if his books are good, his old show on PBS and his videos are even better. He does not start by intimidating you with the completed project, in fact you don't always know what you are drawing until you are done. He takes you one line, circle, or square at a time and before you know it you have a fun completed drawing. I also reccommend you try the books from Ed Emberly, or check my lists on Amazon for kids that want to learn to draw, or be a cartoonist or animator.
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Great if you are just starting to learn to draw or if you have drawing for a while 1 May 2013
By MacThor - Published on Amazon.com
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I grew up watching Commander Mark Kistler and his Draw Squad and he is one of the reasons why I became interested in art as a whole. Even if you didn't grow up watching his show as I and many others did you should really pick up one of his many how to books like this one. He shows step by step instructions on how to draw basic shapes, add shadow effects to objects/people/things and then combining everything into one work of art.

Pick this book up if you are aspiring to be a great artist or you just want to learn how to doodle around with some fun objects and creatures. Mark Kistler opens up your imagination and shows you how you can put it to paper.
Great Drawing Book 20 Oct 2013
By Nancy Yates - Published on Amazon.com
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Mark Kistler has the best drawing books for beginners that I have ever found. I purchased them for when my grandchildren visited. We are enjoying spending time together and our love for drawing.
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