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[Draw Star Wars: The Clone Wars]

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Draw Star Wars: The Clone Wars
ARTS & CRAFTS BOOK
Bonnie Burton, Grant Gould
Klutz Books
Age Range: 7+ years
Published as:
Hardback Book (2009)

Summary:
When you draw R2-D2, does he look more like a watermelon on roller skates than a cool droid? Does the Yoda you see in your head look nothing like the green blob that ends up on paper? Don't go to the dark side yet! Learn to draw like a Jedi Master with this hands-on workbook. Draw Star Wars: The Clone Wars is packed with tips and techniques, practice space to draw right in the book, and translucent overlays that make tracing a snap. Master the art of drawing from within — beginning with stick figures, then on to basic shapes, and finishing with details. Learn to draw 20 different The Clone Wars characters, including C-3PO, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, General Grievous, Asajj Ventress, and others. The book comes with everything you need, including a black marker, double-tipped metallic coloured pencils, and an always-sharp mechanical pencil with a green lightsaber barrel. Of course, we also include perhaps the most essential tool for any artist… an eraser. Because sometimes even a Jedi Master could use a do-over.


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