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  • Published: 1 August 2012
  • ISBN: 9780823085736
  • Imprint: Watson-Guptil
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 64
  • RRP: $19.99
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Draw 50 Baby Animals

The Step-by-Step Way to Draw Kittens, Lambs, Chicks, Puppies, and Other Adorable Offspring



Revisiting the animal theme that kicked off the series more than twenty-five years ago, Draw 50 Baby Animals brings you an amazing array of the most adorable critters on earth. This latest installment in the Lee J. Ames illustration dynasty features darling baby animals from the wild, the barnyard, and even the backyard 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 the cutest offspring in the animal kingdom with ease —from a fluffy chick and a shaky-legged fawn to playful puppies and sweet-faced kittens. His clear instructions help budding artists to explore their interests in a fun, familiar (and loveable!) way.
With over three million copies in print, the Draw 50 series has successfully shown children how to create everything from a robin to a spaceship, Tyrannosaurus Rex to skyscrapers, and UFOs to racing cars. Draw 50 Baby Animals is sure to captivate a new generation of artists and keep them endlessly entertained, sketching their newfound friends.

  • Published: 1 August 2012
  • ISBN: 9780823085736
  • Imprint: Watson-Guptil
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 64
  • RRP: $19.99
Categories:

About the author

Lee J. Ames

Lee J. Ames began his career at the Walt Disney Studios, working on films that included Fantasia and Pinocchio. He taught at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, and at Dowling College on Long Island, New York. An avid worker, Ames directed his own advertising agency, illustrated for several magazines, and illustrated approximately 150 books that range from picture books to postgraduate texts. He resided in Dix Hills, Long Island, with his wife, Jocelyn, until his death in June 2011.

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