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Su horóscopo chino : búfalo

by Pô Bit-Na

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As opposed to the stories often heard, learning to draw on our own it's not a difficult task. In order to achieve this, we just need to follow a logical and rational method. This book reveals how to draw cats taking as a reference the skeleton of the animal. After this, the drawing will be made through its association with geometrical figures. Everybody is capable of drawing a circle, a square, or a triangle, but what people don't know is that with a few additional touches your sketch can be transformed into an incredible animal!… (more)

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As opposed to the stories often heard, learning to draw on our own it's not a difficult task. In order to achieve this, we just need to follow a logical and rational method. This book reveals how to draw cats taking as a reference the skeleton of the animal. After this, the drawing will be made through its association with geometrical figures. Everybody is capable of drawing a circle, a square, or a triangle, but what people don't know is that with a few additional touches your sketch can be transformed into an incredible animal!

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