Friday, October 30

Learn To Draw Dragons Techniques And Patterns For Artists And Crafters by Lora Irish

The book, Learn To Draw Dragons by Lora Irish is perfect for beginners and anyone interested in learning to create realistic looking dragons! I love the book, as it's easy to understand and simple step by step guidance to designing my own type of dragons. This book is packed with different steps and looks that can be used in all different mixtures to form a different looking dragon, all your own!
My favorite part is that it's got everything from the face, wings, and pretty much every part of the body. The looks are so realistic and creative, it's hard to put the book down!
I love that there are about 50 different patterns offered and gives you the realistic insight to a true dragon, like ones you see in the movies or illustrated in books.
For a fun book, made for adults and even kids can use, this is just perfect! Making dragons can be so easy, thanks to the guidance of the book, Learn To Draw Dragons by Lora. She did a wonderful job and it's just super fun! ☺♥
Information About The Author:
Lora S. Irish is an internationally known artist and author, whose acclaimed books include -The Art & Craft of Pyrography -Easy & Elegant Beaded Copper Jewelry -The Official Vampire Artist's Handbook -101 Artistic Relief Patterns -Wildlife Carving in Relief -Modern Tribal Tattoo Designs -Great Book of Tattoo Designs -Relief Carving Wood Spirits -Great Book of Floral Patterns -Great Book of Celtic Patterns -Great Book of Dragon Patterns -Great Book of Fairy Patterns -Great Book of Woodburning -Classic Carving Patterns -North American Wildlife Patterns for the Scroll Saw -Wood Spirits and Green Men -World Wildlife Patterns for the Scroll Saw Fox has sold more than 300,000 copies of Irish's books. In addition to her work as an author, in 1997, working from her home studio, Lora and her husband, Michael, created, an Internet-based studio focusing on online tutorials, projects, and patterns created exclusively by Lora for crafters and artisans. The website offers more than 1,500 patterns in various subject categories, including Americana, Animal and Wildlife, Celtic Knots, Dragons and Beasts, Nautical and Sea Life, Spirit People, and many more. Lora continues to provide new patterns-and inspiration to many artists-at the site. Lora also contributes a regular relief carving pattern column to Woodcarving Illustrated magazine and is a frequent contributor to Scroll Saw Woodworking and Crafts magazine.

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