Level 2 book is just slightly more challenging of pictures than Level 1. My 7yo loves it and finds it exciting to draw. My 5yo struggles a little but still tries which is great!
Our drawing skills (as a family) are improving together as we work through the books. I’m glad we started with the first book to get some of the basics down. This is the perfect step up from level 1. It is not too hard and there are more details.
This is a great next step up from the Level 1 Draw Vintage Images. Simple enough for young children, yet engaging. Very fun images such as: bicycle, airplane, teacups, vase with flowers, fire truck, clocks.
My daughter keeps this in her room because she loves it so much. I love that I can compose a coherent scene with the drawings just by flipping through to see what the next one is. I would love if the books were spiral bound so they could lay flat more easily.
A fun drawing book stepping into more complicated sketches of people and objects. I like the book overall. My only complaint is that the book fails to explain hatching and cross-hatching, shading and smudging so all the sudden you go from the sketch to a shaded drawing with no explanation. It is a common failing in many art books so I can’t fault them too much.
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Aspiring artists, young and old, learn through simple steps to draw vintage images like those found in classic storybooks. Available in a five-book set, click here to purchase the entire Draw Vintage Images series!
Level 2 includes exercises that build on concepts learned in Level 1. Exercises in simple line drawing, adding detail, drawing everyday objects, and more are engaging and boost creativity. Continue with Levels 3–5 to complete the art instruction in this series. Beauty, nature, diversity, and attention to detail are emphasized in all levels of the Draw Vintage Images series.
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