How To Draw Cool Stuff

A Drawing Guide for Teachers and Students

Children - Educational
254 Pages
Reviewed on 08/26/2014
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

How To Draw Cool Stuff: A Drawing Guide for Teachers and Students by Catherine V. Holmes is a useful guide for students, teachers and self learners which will make them look at drawing in a unique way. The book gives interesting and informative lessons that will really guide readers in training their minds in how to visualize objects and capture them on paper with originality and creativity. The book also has some fun exercises that are helpful. The book covers all the details about drawing extensively and it is helpful in refining the skills of someone who is getting into art.

The book is fun and educational and it is helpful to those who do not attend any art classes. It will give them useful tips to hone and perfect their skills. The instructions and illustrations are clear and make the book easy to use. The techniques shared in the book are useful to budding artists, teachers and students alike. The author has spent a great deal of time in researching and writing such an informative guide. The nuances and finer details of drawing are discussed in the book, which is very helpful. An excellent book that is highly recommended to be kept in school libraries. It will be really useful during drawing sessions to guide students in a very practical and methodical way. Some of the ideas given are fun and unique and it is also a stress-free way of learning. A very useful guide for those who enjoy drawing and also for those who are trying to get into drawing.