Book Review: Draw 50 Sea Creatures

I cannot draw.

LIke, I really cannot draw.

It’s not that I am not artistic, indeed I am quite artistic and creative, nevertheless, I cannot draw.

If there is something that could motivate me to learning how to draw, it would probably be a sea creature. I used to draw a stick figure equivalent to a dolphin a lot as a child.

My biggest criticism is the same I have with a lot of drawing books and diagrams, is that there always seem to be a step missing. Like a missing link between ape and man. This book uses 6 images to help guide the student, I feel like maybe a diagram between 5 and 6 would go a long way.

If you want something visual to guide you without a lot of frills, this is a series for you.

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  1. Hello:

    I SO appreciated your review of my novel “Forever Christmas” back in 2014, and I just wanted to reach out and see if you might be interested in reading/reviewing my new novel “The Christmas Star: A Love Story”:

    If so, I would be happy to send you either an electronic, paperback or CD copy. If not, thanks anyway, and all the best.

    Robert Tate Miller

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