By using simple shapes as a base, you can Learn to Draw (Almost) Anything in 6 Easy Steps by reading this book.
If you, or more likely your children, can barely doodle a flower, this is the perfect book to up your drawing game. It assumes no prior knowledge of art. None at all. And for some that is the right place to start. If that’s you, and you complete all the exercises in this book, you will soon be able to draw recognizable figures. You will also be able to start any beginning-level drawing book or course, if you want to continue your art education.
The art exercises are engaging. They progress at a smooth pace. By the end of Learn to Draw (Almost) Anything in 6 Easy Steps, you should be able to do just that (though maybe with a few more steps). Overall, this would be good to either distract or educate a young child for several days. It’s cute and engaging. 5 stars!
Thanks to Race Point Publishing, Quarto Books, and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.