Cartooning Made Easy: Circle, Triangle, Square is an odd art guide.
The book has quick pictures of how to turn circles into faces and ultimately entire bodies. It includes how to turn triangles into shoes and both circles and triangles into hands. However, it just shows fully drawn pictures of clothing and accessories like sunglasses with no step-by-step guides. There are only three heads for practice exercises and one dancing couple as an extra credit project at the end of the book. It only covers people though that is not mentioned in the title. It doesn’t seem like enough information for an entire book. I’m also not sure what age group this book is for either.
Overall, Cartooning Made Easy: Circle, Triangle, Square was a 2 star disappointment from a publisher that rarely disappoints.
Thanks to Walter Foster Publishing and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.