We thought we were ready for this book, but we still need a bit more practice in the lower levels. The increase in difficulty from the Level 3 book is a good step/pace, so that you don’t go through them too quickly.
I got the whole set of drawing books with my 8 year old budding artist in mind. She is loving the earlier books but hasn’t made it to level 4 yet. I’m not much of an artist, but I felt like I was able to draw a pretty decent picture with the help of this book! It does require a bit more patience than the earlier levels as there are more complicated shapes. I am sure my daughter will enjoy it when she gets there!
I love the images in this book! My family has enjoyed this book along with the previous levels. We have enjoyed many days with some quiet art time as we all go into our own little space and draw to our heart’s content!
This is a good progressive step up in this series. The book lacks a good explanation of shading, but it works and will still help your child to draw.
This book is almost all scenes with people. It’s fun to learn to draw more complete scenes. There is a good mix of boys and girls in this book. My only wish is that there would be a few tips scattered through the book to help explain some of the techniques of drawing as users advance through the books.
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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!
Exercises in Level 4 include drawing people and objects, keeping children engaged and boosting creativity. Children continue to build on concepts learned in Levels 1-3 with more focused exercises in shading and adding realistic details. Continue with Level 5 for additional instruction and mastery. Beauty, nature, diversity, and attention to detail are emphasized in all levels of the Draw Vintage Images series.
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