Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book ePUB ↠

Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book ePUB ↠


10 thoughts on “Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book

  1. Scott Scott says:

    Ed Emberley starts where most elementary aged kids are at stick figures and brings drawing to the next immediate level of complexity No shading still just two dimensional but able to capture of the world Children tend to be very methodical and formulaic in their drawing what they haven't seen others draw before they tend to lack the imagination and talent to figure out on their own the techniue for rendering it in a recognizable form What most need is an engaging mentor that will help them simplify the complexity down to something they can comprehend and replicate Children naturally enjoy creating their own worlds and stories through art and this author illustrator increases their repertoire bringing joy to their fingertips While a natural artist who wants to make things look realistic may feel stifled by the approach it will teach himher to use basic shapes to create forms to have an eye for detail and to use boldness in graphic art to create impact and communicate clearly one's ideas I would strongly recommend each of his color themed titles orange purple green etc as well as his fingerthumbprint books and his make a world book All will bring smiles and inspiration to young artists ages 5 12


  2. Heather Heather says:

    This book is fantastic for everyone This book is full of so many great ways you can use a fingerprint to make amazingly creative pictures I think this would be an amazing gift for helping to developinspire the creative juices of anyone This little creations can liven up wrapping paper or be used for a card magnets uick notes and the list goes on I think this is a must have for every home library especially for kids and crafty people I didn't say artistic yes you CAN be crafty even if you think you are not artistic EVERYONE can make these cute fingerprinting creations with ease and it can even be used as good relaxing therapy along with coloring painting and stamping other shapes other than your fingers


  3. Dolly Dolly says:

    Our oldest has been bringing home lots of drawing books from her school library and now our youngest is starting to do the same Both of our girls enjoy learning how to draw different creatures from drawing books like this and the results are rather impressive Both can draw much better than I can We've really enjoyed Ed Emberley's Monster books like Go Away Big Green Monster so we were excited to find some books about drawing by this author We found this book at our local library It's a good book that shows a step by step method to drawing faces and other things using finger and thumbprints It uses basic shapes and simple additive layers of detail to make different characters and expressionsOur youngest liked making pictures but said the techniue was harder than it looked I think she was frustrated trying to get a 'clean' fingerprint I thought her pictures were very cute


  4. Shannon Shannon says:

    Book Description Over two million copies of Ed Emberley's innovative drawing books have been sold throughout the years For the first time we present a two in one edition of two of his most popular titles Ed Emberley's Fingerprint Drawing Book and Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book Colorful step by step drawings show how to turn your thumbprints into owls pigs fish or basketball players simply by adding the letters I V Y L O and U These titles will not only spur creativity in every child but make it easy and fun as well


  5. Karen Origer-Greco Karen Origer-Greco says:

    What an imaginative way to do art through thumbprints and fingerprints This book is great to use in a classroom or at home You could also use it for ideas for a memory book or scrapebook There are several cute step by step illustrations to choose from in several different themes and holidays I never thought something as simple as a fingerprint or thumbprint could be transformed into such a cute illustration such as a turtle a fish or even a flower


  6. Nicole Nicole says:

    I grew up with Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book but it got lost somewhere in one of our moves I'm so glad my mom happened to have this around and flipping through it brought back so many memories Fun and easy art project for anyone


  7. Judy Wood Judy Wood says:

    My granddaughters enjoy making pictures with thehelp of Ed Emberley's suggestions I even illustratedone of my books with fingerprint characters Fun tohave for making crafts with your children or grandchildren


  8. Jess Jess says:

    My kids LOVE this book You don't have to be too creative or much of an artist Great for a summer afternoon while the baby is sleeping Even my too cool for most things 12 year old thinks it's fun


  9. Renee Renee says:

    This book can inspire anyone to become crafty It's easy fun and cute to make art using your fingerprints


  10. Theresa Theresa says:

    Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing BookEmberley Ed a great early art book for teaching art


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Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book ❁ [EPUB] ✹ Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book By Ed Emberley ➚ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Best Ebook, Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book Author Ed Emberley This is very good and the main topic to read with book details format Paperback and others 80 pages isbn 9780316174480 Best Ebook, Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book Complete Funprint Kindle Ø Author Ed Emberley This is very good and the main topic to read with book details format Paperback and others pages isbn .

  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book
  • Ed Emberley
  • 26 June 2015
  • 9780316174480

About the Author: Ed Emberley

American artist and illustrator best known for children's Complete Funprint Kindle Ø picture books.


10 thoughts on “Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing Book

  1. Scott Scott says:

    Ed Emberley starts where most elementary aged kids are at stick figures and brings drawing to the next immediate level of complexity No shading still just two dimensional but able to capture of the world Children tend to be very methodical and formulaic in their drawing what they haven't seen others draw before they tend to lack the imagination and talent to figure out on their own the techniue for rendering it in a recognizable form What most need is an engaging mentor that will help them simplify the complexity down to something they can comprehend and replicate Children naturally enjoy creating their own worlds and stories through art and this author illustrator increases their repertoire bringing joy to their fingertips While a natural artist who wants to make things look realistic may feel stifled by the approach it will teach himher to use basic shapes to create forms to have an eye for detail and to use boldness in graphic art to create impact and communicate clearly one's ideas I would strongly recommend each of his color themed titles orange purple green etc as well as his fingerthumbprint books and his make a world book All will bring smiles and inspiration to young artists ages 5 12

  2. Heather Heather says:

    This book is fantastic for everyone This book is full of so many great ways you can use a fingerprint to make amazingly creative pictures I think this would be an amazing gift for helping to developinspire the creative juices of anyone This little creations can liven up wrapping paper or be used for a card magnets uick notes and the list goes on I think this is a must have for every home library especially for kids and crafty people I didn't say artistic yes you CAN be crafty even if you think you are not artistic EVERYONE can make these cute fingerprinting creations with ease and it can even be used as good relaxing therapy along with coloring painting and stamping other shapes other than your fingers

  3. Dolly Dolly says:

    Our oldest has been bringing home lots of drawing books from her school library and now our youngest is starting to do the same Both of our girls enjoy learning how to draw different creatures from drawing books like this and the results are rather impressive Both can draw much better than I can We've really enjoyed Ed Emberley's Monster books like Go Away Big Green Monster so we were excited to find some books about drawing by this author We found this book at our local library It's a good book that shows a step by step method to drawing faces and other things using finger and thumbprints It uses basic shapes and simple additive layers of detail to make different characters and expressionsOur youngest liked making pictures but said the techniue was harder than it looked I think she was frustrated trying to get a 'clean' fingerprint I thought her pictures were very cute

  4. Shannon Shannon says:

    Book Description Over two million copies of Ed Emberley's innovative drawing books have been sold throughout the years For the first time we present a two in one edition of two of his most popular titles Ed Emberley's Fingerprint Drawing Book and Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book Colorful step by step drawings show how to turn your thumbprints into owls pigs fish or basketball players simply by adding the letters I V Y L O and U These titles will not only spur creativity in every child but make it easy and fun as well

  5. Karen Origer-Greco Karen Origer-Greco says:

    What an imaginative way to do art through thumbprints and fingerprints This book is great to use in a classroom or at home You could also use it for ideas for a memory book or scrapebook There are several cute step by step illustrations to choose from in several different themes and holidays I never thought something as simple as a fingerprint or thumbprint could be transformed into such a cute illustration such as a turtle a fish or even a flower

  6. Nicole Nicole says:

    I grew up with Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book but it got lost somewhere in one of our moves I'm so glad my mom happened to have this around and flipping through it brought back so many memories Fun and easy art project for anyone

  7. Judy Wood Judy Wood says:

    My granddaughters enjoy making pictures with thehelp of Ed Emberley's suggestions I even illustratedone of my books with fingerprint characters Fun tohave for making crafts with your children or grandchildren

  8. Jess Jess says:

    My kids LOVE this book You don't have to be too creative or much of an artist Great for a summer afternoon while the baby is sleeping Even my too cool for most things 12 year old thinks it's fun

  9. Renee Renee says:

    This book can inspire anyone to become crafty It's easy fun and cute to make art using your fingerprints

  10. Theresa Theresa says:

    Ed Emberley's Complete Funprint Drawing BookEmberley Ed a great early art book for teaching art

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