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Drawing: Dogs by Walter Foster
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0929261712, Paperback)

Want to draw a Dachshund? Sketch a Schnauzer? Now you can! With a little help from acclaimed artist William F. Powell, famed artist Walter T. Foster shows you how to draw a variety of the most popular dog breeds in Dogs. As you learn how to draw your favorite canines step by stepùfrom rough sketch to final detailsùyouÆll discover a number of drawing techniques and methods that will help you develop each drawing to its fullest. You also will learn valuable information on dog proportion and anatomy, as well interesting facts about the featured breeds. From a tiny terrier pup to a massive Saint Bernard, now you can draw them all!

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