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Drawing Basics Unit 3 by Thomas Kinkade

Drawing Basics Unit 3

by Thomas Kinkade

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This workbook accompanies the Drawing Basics With Thomas Kinkade DVD Curriculum. An activity-based beginning art course, learn alongside the Painter of Light as he teachres the basics of realistic drawing with fun, skill-building exercises. Objectives, materials list, DVD refrenced lessons, vocabulary lessons and more are all included in each section. This unit 3 workbook teaches students about drawing tone, texture and combining those techniques to create landscapes. Test included. Grade 3-5. This workbook MUST accompany DVD series, and will not work independently.… (more)
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