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How to Draw Animals for the Artistically Anxious

By: Faye Moorhouse(Author)
96 pages, illustrations
How to Draw Animals for the Artistically Anxious
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How to Draw Animals for the Artistically Anxious is a fun and quirky fill-in book that will ease the 'artistically anxious' into drawing. On each spread award-winning illustrator Faye Moorhouse has given a beautiful watercolour outline of an animal, with suggested options of features for budding artists to copy. These fun and accessible exercises are great for anyone who wants to practise their drawing!

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Faye Moorhouse is an award-winning British illustrator living and working in St Leonards-On-Sea, East Sussex. She has worked for a number of prestigious clients, including The New York Times and NYLON Japan. She won D&AD Best New Blood prize in 2011 and has been shortlisted for the Serco Prize and The Observer Short Story Prize.

By: Faye Moorhouse(Author)
96 pages, illustrations
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