With I Can Draw: Wild Animals, young artists can use basic shapes and easy-to-follow, step-by-step projects to draw 15 of their favorite animals.
Elephants, wolves, and bears are just some of the animals included in this book. With 15 fun drawing projects, I Can Draw: Wild Animals is a collection of some of kids’ most loved wild animals. All of the drawings are created with simple shapes that are easy for young artists to make, and the cute illustrations are appealing and approachable to young ones.
The book begins with an introduction to drawing materials and instructions on how to use the book, and then it jumps right into the drawing projects. For an elephant:
- Kids start with a square, add a line, a curved line, and some more straight and curved lines. They are encouraged to keep following along with each step.
- As they make their way through the steps, all the new pencil marks to make are shown in a different color so it’s easy to know what to draw next.
- Once they near the end of the project, these young artists will start to see a drawing of an elephant appear on their paper, and all they need to do now is add some color.
Each title in the I Can Draw series features easy step-by-step drawing lessons for little artists. Starting with basic shapes, such as a square, a rectangle, a triangle, and a circle, children will discover how to draw a range of subjects. The books in the I Can Draw series provides the perfect introduction to drawing for budding artists.
Have even more drawing fun with: I Can Draw: Favorite Pets, I Can Draw: Cats & Kittens, I Can Draw: Everything Cute & Cuddly, and I Can Draw: Dogs & Puppies.
Emily Fellah is a London-based children’s author, illustrator, and librarian with a passion for encouraging children to read and create. Her early career was in design, following a fashion degree from the University of Westminster, and she has developed a range of popular comics and illustration workshops, which she delivers to schools and other organizations in the UK and internationally. Through her workshops, Emily has developed a fun character drawing method based on simple shapes, which allows plenty of room for the artist to express themselves. The process is now available to everyone through the I Can Draw series.