Learn How to Draw Cartoons - For the Absolute Beginner

JD-Biz Corp Publishing
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 A quick and easy way to illustrate an idea is by using cartoons.Artists use this kind of theme when targeting young viewers or those who’s a little less of art critic and more into the message of the picture being portrayed clearly.

Cartoons are “eye candies” that can easily capture people’s attention because of its stereotypical and simply understandable nature. This is also the reason why it is widely used by advertisers when presenting a service or a product.

This book will teach you how to start drawing your own cartoon characters in a semi-realistic form and how to finish your illustrations easily. It will show you how to produce a traditional quality cartoon drawings and the fundamentals of illustrating your ideas properly.

This step-by-step instruction manual is a great start for beginners and an additional knowledge or guidelines for amateur illustrators.

Learn the very basics of cartoon and start making your own comics or detailed illustrations. Find out how to make a variety of different facial features to improve your characters’ appearance. Turn your thoughts into pictures and explore your creative side while having fun.


• Large Heads
• Body Proportions
• Props and Objects
• Additional Details for Portraying Cartoon Expressions
• Eyes
• Nose
• Mouth
• Ears
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About the author

John Davidson

Born and raised in Wyoming and Canada on Ranches. Studied at Utah State University and taught drafting at Bridgerland Applied Technology College for 20 years. Own and run several businesses, an architectural design business, a web design business and a Sawmill business. Married to Karla for over 30 years and have 4 great kids, living in Mendon, Utah.
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JD-Biz Corp Publishing
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Published on
May 15, 2013
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Art / Techniques / Drawing
Art / Techniques / Pencil Drawing
Juvenile Nonfiction / Humor / Comic Strips & Cartoons
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 Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction to Tiny Houses
Chapter Two: Building Codes and Zoning Requirements
Chapter Three: Buying and Registering a Trailer
Chapter Four: Tools and Materials required
Chapter Five: Foundation
Chapter Six: Flooring
Chapter Seven: Walls
Chapter Eight: Roofs
Chapter Nine: Doors and Windows
Chapter Ten: A note on Wiring and Plumbing
Chapter Eleven: Tips
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Introduction to Tiny Houses

The Tiny House Movement

The tiny house movement is gaining momentum and popularity for it cost effectiveness and simplicity. People who support this movement are happy to live in a downsized home -- their tiny house is a lifestyle that they adopt/adapt and are happy in doing so. While one might argue the disadvantages of living in a tiny space, the financial freedom that it brings along cannot be disregarded.

The average size of a house in the United States of America was 1,500 square feet in the 1950's; now, when the family sizes are shrinking, the average house size is 2,400 square feet. The lavish spaces in a 2,400 square feet house lies dormant for most part of the year. One such classic example is the living room, which serves it purpose for a couple of hours during the Christmas season... rest of the time its existence is hardly noticed or acknowledged; ditto for the multiple bathrooms, the huge dining room, bedrooms, and garage parking. The cost one pays for a huge home that is hardly used is hefty -- a mortgage that stretches almost until the end of one's retirement. Add to this the maintenance cost and the carbon footprint of a huge house!
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 Bestselling author John Davidson presents "Hamsters For Kids – Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers". Beautiful Pictures and easy reading format will help children fall in love with Hamsters. This is one of over 30 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series.
The series is known as one of the most beautiful on the kindle. The pictures look great even in black and white and are excellent on the full color kindle. 
Lots of facts and photos will help your children learn about this wonderful animal. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of this beautiful animal: its anatomy, feeding habits and behavior.

*** You and your kids will love learning about Hamsters***

Table of Contents

Facts about Hamsters
How Hamsters Communicate
Hamsters as Pets
Hamster Care
Hamster Health
Hamster Food
Hamster Balls
Hamster Cages
Types of Hamsters
Dwarf Hamsters
Russian Dwarf Hamster
Syrian Hamsters
Teddy Bear Hamsters
Winter White Hamster

Facts about Hamsters

Hamsters are fuzzy little creatures that are easy to care for. There are many fun facts about hamsters. There are over 25 different hamsters in the world but only five can be kept as pets. The biggest hamster is 34 cm or 12 inches long and the smallest hamster is about 51/2 cm or 2 inches long. Hamsters are easy to take care of. The oldest hamsters live up to four years old. They can live for two, three or four years.

The heart of a hamster beats between 300 and 500 times in a minute. They have teeth that keep growing just like the teeth of rabbits. That is why they keep munching and biting stuff. It is important to give them dog biscuits to prevent them from biting the bars of their cage. They also need their toenails to be clipped using a nail cutter. If the hamster bites, try to put sandpaper on the base of their running wheels so that it can file the nails when the hamster runs.

Hamsters have a good memory. They can remember other hamsters that are related to them. They also respond to names. When you call your hamster by name, it will come to you. There is a hamster type called the Syrian hamster that comes in forty colors. If you love different colors, try keeping the Syrian hamster for a pet. Remember to keep a male hamster in its own cage. Keep two male hamsters into two different cages. Male hamsters fight and bite each other when they are kept together. These are some amazing facts about hamsters.
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