Fish (Drawing Made Fun) by Robin Lee Makowski

By Robin Lee Makowski

Younger readers research the basics of drawing fish. comprises advent, tricks, counsel and illustrations.

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All you need is a pencil and paper and you can create wherever you are. ” Robin lives in Hobe Sound, Florida, with her husband, two sons, and her best friend, her mutt Casey.

3. For Color: Seahorses can be a variety of colors that blend in with corals. Some are golden, reddish, pink, bluish, or they can even have patterns. Further refine the outline. Add the waffle pattern down the side— it’s really very simple! There is a nub at the tip of each intersection. Add the fin rays and follow the curve of the tail around with the pattern. If you want to color your Seahorse, stop drawing and switch to your colors. 4. To finish the drawing, use short strokes or stippling for tone.

Draw, erase, and draw again! For Color: Whale Sharks are blue-gray with white spots. 31 ABOUT THE ARTIST Robin Lee Makowski is a professional artist, illustrator, and instructor. She specializes in watercolor painting and drawing and has illustrated more than thirty children’s books. “I always loved science and nature,” explains the artist. “I studied everything closely and tried to draw it. ” “It’s so important to learn how to draw,” she insists. “You have to realize that when you can draw, you’re free.

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