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Draw-A-Saurus Everything You Need to Know to Draw Your Favorite Dinosaurs

By: James Silvani(Author)
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Walt Disney and Dreamworks illustrator James Silvani encourages young artists to mix the latest dinosaur facts with their imaginations, using step-by-step lessons showing how to draw a variety of dinosaurs and prehistoric beasts. Lessons cover everything from the most famous dinos like T. Rex and Stegasaurus to some cool, lesser-known creatures. This lively and engaging guide demonstrates methods for drawing dinosaurs in classic poses and from new and exciting angles. From James Gurney's Dinotopia series to Jurassic Park 3-D (2013) and Pixar's The Good Dinosaur (2014), the appetite for combining art and dinos shows no signs of going extinct.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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