This is a simple project book that has incomplete drawings that need to be finished. Each page shows a small, completed picture in the corner of the page. The balance of the page shows the same image with parts of the lines missing, but with critical intersections and line ends to define the image to be drawn.
Designed by a teaching dad for his home-taught son, these "technical art" lessons offer an interesting challenge for children to draw what they see. With no formal teaching, your child will be motivated to take on his first drawings, and he will be rewarded with almost instant success.
This book of thirty-eight projects will be a great starting place before completing more formal instruction in manual drafting. This first volume focuses on flat two-dimensional line art and is suitable for children as young as five years old. Our whole family loves this series.