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It's Fun to Draw Sea Creatures

Out of Print
By: Mark Bergin(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
It's Fun to Draw Sea Creatures
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  • It's Fun to Draw Sea Creatures ISBN: 9781908177568 Paperback Feb 2012 Out of Print #213782
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It's Fun to Draw Sea Creatures takes budding young artists to an underwater world and explains how to draw a smiling green turtle, a jumping silver dolphin, a scuttling crab and many, many more exotic sea creatures in easy-to-follow, simple steps. Here you can learn how to draw a wide selection of sea creatures and underwater environments using a variety of different artistic tools and techniques, including squiggling, cross-hatching, sponging and smudging.

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Biography

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

Out of Print
By: Mark Bergin(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
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