1-2-3 draw cartoon aliens and space stuff: a step-by-step by Steve Barr

By Steve Barr

The 1-2-3 Draw books are a lot enjoyable! i'm 35 and nonetheless draw kind of like whilst i used to be in grade university. My children a long time nine and seven are regularly are asking me to assist them draw anything yet they draw larger than me so i'm no support in any respect! Now that we've got those books, all of us are studying the little tips you must comprehend to be a greater artist. it is easy, very transparent and simple directions to persist with, enjoyable AND every thing seems taking a look nice! they're going to be educating their neighbors easy methods to draw ahead of they comprehend it. I want i might have had those whilst i used to be a child.

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Remember, Bomba was originally played in Puerto Rico on empty steel barrels, so there are no rules here and no limits on your imagination. Lesson 3 Conga Now we’re going to make a short hop from the island of Puerto Rico to the island of Cuba. The rhythm you’re going to learn has the same name as the drum it’s played on: Conga. This spicy rhythm is traditionally played at the Cuban Carnaval celebration. In this lesson, instead of learning just two parts from Conga, you’re going to learn three. You can hear all three parts played on conga drums on Track 19.

Dig into the sources in the next section for more rhythms and inspiration. In the meantime – if you haven’t already – start making up your own moves and patterns. If you want to, you can write them down on the blank charts on pages 65-67. Then add songs, sounds, raps, or rhymes. Go nuts. Slap yourself silly. Slap yourself silly. Sources for further study Instructional books and videos on djembe and West African rhythms African Percussion – The Djembe by Serge Blanc (book with CD). A Life for the Djembe by Mamady Keita (book with CD) How to Play Djembe – West African Rhythms for Beginners by Alan Dworsky and Betsy Sansby (book with CD) The Rhythms of Guinea, West Africa (Volumes 1 & 2) with Karamba Diabate (videos).

Each chart is two measures long, so the count repeats twice on the count row at the top of each chart. All the rhythms you’ll be learning are dance rhythms that are meant to be repeated over and over. So think of every chart as ifit were written in a circle. When you get to the end, go right back to the beginning and start over without missing a beat. Think of every chart as if it were written in a circle. When you get to the end, go right back to the beginning and start over without missing a beat.

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