Veronica Lawlor is the author of One Drawing A Day: A 6-Week Course Exploring Creativity with Illustration and Mixed Media, published by Quarry in October 2011, and One Watercolor A Day: A 6-Week Course Exploring Creativity Using Watercolor, Pattern, and Design, published by Quarry in December 2013. Other books by Ms. Lawlor include I Was Dreaming to Come to America: Memories of the Ellis Island Oral History Project and September 11, 2001: Words and Pictures. I Was Dreaming received a starred review in Publishers Weekly and was the awarded by the NCSS in 1995. It is currently part of the NY State teaching curriculum. In addition to her book pursuits, Veronica Lawlor is an instructor at Parsons the New School for Design, Pratt Institute, and her own Dalvero Academy. She is an illustrator and the president of Studio 1482, the illustration collective that contributed illustrations to One Drawing A Day and One Watercolor A Day. Veronica Lawlor is also a correspondent with Urban Sketchers, and her work was featured in the Quarry book: The Art of Urban Sketching, as well as in the first two issues of the Urban Sketching Handbook series.
The "How To Draw Faces" guide will enable your child to communicate with the outside world with visual intelligence. They will learn to express their feelings, emotions and wants more efficiently.
Peter Child's " How To Draw Faces" will help your children develop important cognitive skill . They will learn to express their emotions by drawing faces of parents, family m friends and people that they see in the TV . This will teach them how to become a better artist.
Targeted towards young aspiring artists seeking to develop their technical and drawing skills and build a repertoire of skills.
Gradually your children will learn to express their feeling towards their family, friends and loved ones. They will learn to adapt to different situation and take action accordingly. For example, they will learn to recognize a celebrity in the TV whose faces they had drawn earlier.
With time , your children will build in confidence in drawing . At the same time they will be confident to recognize people and reproduce any human being that they see.
If you are looking for a drawing book to guide your kids through step by step, you got it! This book is simple at the same time challenging. Simplicity will mean that your children will enjoy their work. Challenging will mean that they won't get bored . They will progress higher by going through the steps.
Even the youngest artists can learn how to draw people's faces step by step from basic shapes such as circles and ellipses. This book shows 33 example of drawing human faces .
Benefits of the book:
"How To Draw Faces" by Peter Childs will help you children with-Communication skills.Memory and recognition skillsHand-Eye co-ordinationsEarly art conceptPride is drawingUnderstanding of the worldMotivation and patienceColor vocabulary
Don’t let your child fall behind. This isn’t necessarily about the quality of their current artwork, it is about their ability to communicate with their surroundings.
Order this book and you will see how the simple process of improving your child’s ability to draw peoples and faces will translate into an improved ability to connect with the world.
In The Urban Sketching Handbook: Architecture and Cityscapes, Gabriel lays out keys to help make the experience of drawing architecture and cityscapes fun and rewarding. Using composition, depth, scale, contrast, line and creativity, sketching out buildings and structure has never been more inspirational. This guide will help you to develop your own creative approach, no matter what your skill level may be today. As much as The Urban Sketching Handbook: Architecture and Cityscapes may inspire you to draw more urban spaces, it can also help to increase your appreciation of the built environment. Drawing the places where we live, work and play, is a great way to show appreciation and creativity.