Author: Callaway, Kamdon
Number Of Pages: 207
Release Date: 30-10-2020
Details: No you don't have to stand on your head to draw upside down!! Drawing upside down uses the technique of drawing on the right side of the brain. This develops the creative side used for spatial, nonverbal and holistic skills. Simply follow the inverted step-by-step instructions in this drawing book for kids. Your children will amaze their friends with these awesome new skills and train the right side of their brain at the same time. And besides, it's just fun to draw upside down! - 100 DIFFERENT simple step-by-step images and practice doodle pages - STEAM / STEM projects for kids ages 8-12 - LARGE SIZE - 8.5 X11- developed to foster creativity for kids - GREAT GIFT - kids Christmas gifts, birthday gifts for girls and boys or a perfect addition to the art books for kids section in your home - FOR HOMESCHOOL ART CLASSES - SIMPLE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS make it easy for children to draw with confidence. - COOL PICTURES: ice cream, dinosaurs, unicorn, flowers, astronaut, bicycle, shapes, cars , animals and so much more! Created by a professional artist for budding new artist, author and artist Kamdon Callaway's simple step-by-step instructions will help your child strengthen the right side of their brain. Drawing upside down is an easy exercise to help develop the ability to recognize shapes and lines in a picture. Why is this important? This is a technique used when drawing with the right side of the brain. The left side of the brain processes visual cues, interpreting them as familiar patterns and symbols. By turning the reference picture upside down, and using the technique of drawing on the right side of the brain, it becomes unrecognizable, and the right side of the brain is forced to see the lines, shapes, and tones, instead of the object as a whole. Reading, writing and arithmetic are all activities that the left side of the brain enjoys, but in order to draw, it is best to switch into the right side of the brain, because it can best handle information that is spatial, nonverbal and holistic. Tapping into the right side, with drawing books for kids 9-12, allows one to ease into a state of drawing with ease. Every image can be broken down to basic shapes - circle, oval, square, triangle, lines, and curves. By combining these shapes, this how to draw for kids book gives step by step instruction on drawing the base and then adding definition on top. Follow the simple step-by-step drawings to develop drawing skills and raise confidence so children can successfully draw freehand pictures of their own. Your kid will have fun learning to draw upside down - without standing on their heads - by using these kids drawing books. Drawing books can help develop children into artist. There are several how to draw books for kids 9-12, but this drawing for kids book uses easy pictures to draw and develop the right side of the brain. Learn to draw books for kids can also be a wonderful activity for homeschool parents or just a good things to learn book. STEAM and STEM projects for kids, help develop curriculum at home. This how to draw cute stuff book, pairs nicely with color pencils for kids and can be a lovely part of some art sets for girls ages 7-12 or boys ages 7-12 . Have art supplies for kids laying around, or need to add to craft kits for girls and boys. Then dig out that pencil and eraser or the colored pencils for kids, and let the creativity be opened to this kids drawing book! From popsicles to unicorns, to dinosaurs and cats, your kid will be drawing their favorite things in no time!
Package Dimensions: 11.0 x 8.5 x 0.5 inches