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How to Draw a Bunny and Other Cute Creatures with Simple Shapes in 5 Steps (Drawing with Simple Shapes) (Paperback)

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Anyone can learn to draw an adorable bunny and other cute Spring creatures using simple shapes in five easy steps.

This book will show readers how to draw quirky, kawaii (super cute) spring characters in a wonderfully easy and inspiring way. Step by step, illustrator Lulu Mayo explains how to draw various creatures by using simple shapes—such as circles, ovals, rectangles, and triangles—and how to personalize them by adding your own adorable details.

The book contains 30 of these doodling exercises, featuring a bunny, sloth, llama, chick, lamb, turtle, duckling, and kawaii Easter eggs! Its easiness, simplicity, and quirkiness will resonate with animal lovers, artists, and doodle enthusiasts of all skill levels and ages. Absorbing and fun, it will ignite a doodler’s curiosity and inspire them to experiment creatively.

How to Draw a Bunny is the fourth book in Lulu Mayo’s Drawing with Simple Shapes series.

About the Author


Lulu Mayo is an award-winning illustrator with an eye for the quirky and idiosyncratic. Her work is energetic and often contains humorous and fantastical elements. She received a master’s degree in illustration at the University of the Arts London and has designed greeting cards, posters, editorials, window displays, and much more.
www.lulumayo.com
 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781524865016
ISBN-10: 152486501X
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication Date: February 23rd, 2021
Pages: 64
Language: English
Series: Drawing with Simple Shapes

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