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1-2-3 Draw Cartoon Wildlife: A step-by-step guide by Steve Barr

By Steve Barr

Perfect for kids 6-10 years outdated! Whimsical, beautiful drawings spring like magic from the web page as younger artists tips on how to make fascinating creations from uncomplicated shapes. every one step is punctiliously proven and complete in complete colour.

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