Books Young Adult How To Draw Mecha Robots

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Pages: 32

Language: English

Publisher: Book House; UK ed. edition (1 July 2007)

By: Mark Bergin(Author)

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Learn how to draw a variety of futuristic robots and machines, and combine them to make your own sci-fi and fantasy scenes. This work includes background detail on each robot. "The How To Draw" series takes a highly visual and practical approach to drawing. Each title features step-by-step instructions for every project. Duotone line drawings illustrate each step. Different drawing materials are used, including pencil, pen, crayon, paints and charcoal, with clear instructions for each. The series covers a comprehensive range of popular subjects, with sections on materials, composition, perspective and technique; encourages children to 'record from first-hand observation, experience and imagination, and explore ideas'; teaches children to 'try out tools and techniques and apply these to materials and processes, including drawing'; and, helps achieve the goals of the Scottish Standard Curriculum 5-14, promoting 'positive attitudes to learning', 'knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the world' and 'skills in literacy'.

Mark Bergin was born in Hastings, England, in 1961. He studied at Eastbourne College of Art and specialises in historical reconstructions, aviation and maritime subjects. He lives in Bexhill-on-Sea with his wife and children.


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Customer reviews:

  • By Shazlou on 5 May 2012

    My son who is aged 10yrs loves these books and his drawings have improved 100%, they are easy to follow and produce great results. Would def. recommend.

  • By Susan on 17 March 2014

    Good for older children, secondary school age and adults, it's advanced, lots of perspective, might be a good idea to buy it and buy the Draw 3 D book

  • By Netlagged on 22 January 2012

    This is quite a breif, thin book - I guess I was expecting more. Its OK but not 'step by step' enough for me I wanted a guide to everything from start to finish. It does explain perspective and then goes on to show how you would start to draw a few examples with basic step by step instructions but it would have been nice to have more detail. I guess they want you to buy the series as there are a other books in the range.

  • By Jason Paul Stead on 28 April 2014

    Bought mainly for my teenage daughter (& other younger children) to help with drawing art at home and also at school.Nothing wrong with being a little more prepped than others.

  • By GB Dasig on 18 December 2013

    Contents are very basic. My son was a bit disappointed. Would be good if there were more information included in the book.

  • By LILA KIDD on 13 September 2014

    my grandson loved this.

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