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  • ISBN: 1417734035
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Ed Emberley
  • Subcategory: Arts Music & Photography
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Turtleback Books; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (April 5, 2006)
  • FB2 size: 1998 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Building animals from simple shapes any kid can draw is part of the appeal.

Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Building animals from simple shapes any kid can draw is part of the appeal. Author Emberley teaches in such a way that even the most can draw stylized animals. No artist's eye or hand needed, just fun results.

Make a World - Ed Emberley's Drawing Book - using simple shapes the artist shows how to draw over 400 things. Great for kids and adults - helps recognize shapes and make simple graphics that communicate!

Make a World - Ed Emberley's Drawing Book - using simple shapes the artist shows how to draw over 400 things. Ed Emberley’s Drawing Book Make a World Main photo (Cover). Ed Emberley's Drawing Book Make a World Little, Brown and Company 9780316789721.

by Ed Emberley First published April 1st 1972. Showing 1-9 of 9. Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make a World (Paperback). Published April 5th 2006 by L,B Kids.

Ed Emberley Drawing Books SeriesEd Emberley. Ed Emberly's Drawing Book: Make a World" really takes me back. From my earliest days in elementary school (early 80's), I remember this book. Ed Emberley's Little Drawing Book of Weirdos. I did not then, nor do I know, have any appreciable artistic talent. Yet, this book made very common objects, people, and places very easy to draw with a fundamental step-by-step instruction. It gave even the least talented wanna-be artist an outlet for creative production.

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Ed Emberleys Drawing Book Make a World LITTLE BROWN & CO @, Hardcover, . For use in schools and libraries only. Using circles, triangles, rectangles and other simple lines, the author illustrates the way in which to draw a number of everyday objects.

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Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make a World

Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make a World. Using simple shapes, Ed Emberley shows would-be artists how to draw over 400 things, such as an airplane, anteater, submarine, train, kangaroo, gondola, and much much more! This classic book is packed with cool things that kids-and not a few adults-really want to draw.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Using circles, triangles, rectangles and other simple lines, the author illustrates the way in which to draw a number of everyday objects.
Reviews about Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make A World (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Ed Emberley Drawing Books) (7):
Uyehuguita
I started my son with Ed Emberley's Truck and Train book when my son was 4. He loved it! And then started asking me for this one because it's advertised on the back. He is now 5 and I knew he would make good use of it. There are a lot more drawings crammed in this one and the pictures are smaller. So if you have a younger child, I'd recommend starting with another book, because the drawings are so tiny and they'll get distracted by all the other things on the page. This book has about 20 drawings per every 2 pages, whereas our Truck and Train book has about 5 drawings per every 2 pages. He does sometimes ask for help in figuring out a more complex item, but for the most part he is able to work out of the book independently. Interestingly, my 8 year old doesn't seem to get the teaching technique that is used in these books. So BEWARE, this book may flop with some kids. And I'll also note that my 8 year old doesn't seem to like any drawing books, even ones that do make sense to him. He likes to draw, but wants to do things his own way, which, of course, is fine by me. I also have some difficulty with Emberley's style and find it confusing and visually distracting, but as I look at it more and more, I have sort of become used to it and can more easily process the style. But my youngest took right to it and it has provided him hours and hours of entertainment. It has also improved the quality and content of his drawings, which now includes lots of details and plenty of creativity.
Tojahn
Burilar
As a young person who found this book in their school library, I got such a kick out of the tiny little drawings, in fact, I would spend hours making tiny little worlds. There aren't many books from my childhood that have made a mark like this one, and when I gave it to my daughter last Christmas I got teary eyed seeing how much she enjoyed it as well.

The pictures are small, but that is the point! Don't wait or not buy because they might be "too small" Your child will love this book and the novelty of tiny images.

The instructions are very simple. It's a "I draw this line, you draw that line" kinda of set up with each of the images adding in more and more lines/shapes until you have completed the drawing. Pair this with a nice sketch book and some fine tipped pens or markers and you have a winning present for any child in your life.
Moonworm
I have purchased Ed’s books in the 90s and they are the best books for children to learn how to draw, illustrating easy step by step visual instructions that any child can learn to draw. It’s all about shapes! I purchased 2 of his books for my 3 year old granddaughter to add to her collection. I also kept 2 original books from the 90s that I plan to give her that were her mother’s ! I HIGHLY recommend this for all children. Same review for the Animals Book. :)
Kesalard
I was a bit disappointed by this book, as I think the target age group who should be using it are 5-10 years of age and not older children or adults. On the plus side, the book shows how to draw a large variety of shapes and objects, so there is a good selection of items to draw. The 4 basic shapes to draw these objects are used and can be mixed with each other to form these objects. Overall, a good, very basic introduction to drawing for young children.
Nakora
I bought this book for my 6-year old who had been very self-conscious about his drawing skills, telling me that he was "bad at it". He often would just do a scribble, rather than try to draw something he "didn't know how" to draw. This book was great because it offers a technique for drawing that is easy for a child to understand and follow.

He has gained confidence because he is learning that what might have been an intimidating thing to draw can be done by putting simple shapes together, and taking it one step at a time. I now see him drawing things on his own that he never would have attempted before.

My one minor issue with the book is that the images are so tiny that it makes it harder to see and follow, but the flip side to that is that the small size allows the author to fit a gazillion pictures in, so there's the trade-off.
Ces
Ed Emberley has done such wonders for children wanting to draw. I have many of his books and have spent countless hours since the 80s using his books. I never tire of his drawing books, and now, giving them to young people, they ,too, love the books. Partly because they feel that they can do it, and with the books, each step is clearly added, usually only a single shape or line.
I took a very expensive drawing class at a prestigious academy. I was never shown how to draw in any of the classes. I open Ed's world, and there is no pretense, no snobbery, no exclusions . He says to all ," Come on in. Glad you are here. You have talent. Let's draw." Kids need that. We all need that. Ed Emberley is one great teacher and human being.
This book is a Great art tool for both children and adults alike! My grandson just left for college this weekend. I'm in the process of writing him a note. I'm using the "desk, lamp, bookcase, and bed images " to create a border around my letter to him. It looks fantastic. Ed gives you several suggestions as to how to incorporate these tiny images in your art work! He shows you step- by-step how to draw ????, ????, ✈️, furniture, everyday items, etc. Purchase this book and have FUN!

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