Fendalton Open-Air School Library Blog

Welcome to the Fendalton Open-Air school library blog. This is the place where reading for fun is our main focus. There are heaps of reviews, author and illustrator links, and book trailer links. There are games to play on the homework page and ideas for parents as well. Feel free to leave a comment on any of the posts.

Wednesday, 26 November 2008

how to draw graphic novels review

How to draw graphic novels is a good book it tells you what you need. If you want to learn how to draw good that it teaches you the basics like the sphere the cone the cube and the cylinder. The book it also helps with shading like cross hatching, parallel lines, stippling which is poking the book the closer the dots get he darker it gets. On page 14 it has got how to draw female faces because they have to be smooth unlike the male face it has to have stiff like lines but not to stiff it also has how to draw the face in different ways to draw faces like the thinking position. The book has got some comics in it and heaps other things to draw

from Oliver k

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