- Learn to draw each illustration in easy-to-follow steps. Just follow the arrows to complete each step. You’ll also find helpful tips and ideas for drawing variations.
- Start with basic shapes, such as circles, triangles, and squares, then add special details to personalize your illustrations.
- Draw animals, people, everyday objects, patterns and borders, and holiday and seasonal themes, along with warm-ups and special lessons.
- An inspiration gallery offers fun ideas for adding illustrations to everyday objects or creating one-of-a-kind notes, cards, and gifts.
Each book in the Almost Everything series offers readers a fun, comprehensive, and charmingly illustrated visual directory of ideas to inspire skill building in their creative endeavors.
Six Pommes is the pen name for the six contributing illustrators whose work is featured in How To Draw Almost Everything Volume 2.
Keiko Okada's work has appeared in children's books, academic books, and magazines. Visit his website: okakei.jugem.jp
Akira Kobayashi creates illustrations for women's magazines, books, advertisements, and packaging, and also designs products and interiors through her studio Francegum. Visit her website: francegum.com
Azumi Saito's cute and funny illustrations, which often feature dogs, cats, parrots, and other pets, have been published in many books and magazines.
Tarokichi creates illustrations for a wide range of genres, including mobile content, stationery, and advertisements. Visit her website: tarosumi.pupu.jp
Known for her handpainted, personalized illustrations and trendy color schemes, Macco's work has been featured in advertising, magazines, and books. Visit her website: www.maccomac.com
Yumika is known for her fairy tale character illustrations and also designs stationery.