Thursday, July 7, 2016

Doodletopia: Cartoons: Draw, Design, and Color Your Own Super-Fun Cartoon Creations by Christopher Hart

Doodletopia: Cartoons: Draw, Design, and Color Your Own Super-Fun Cartoon Creations by Christopher Hart

An interactive doodle book from a best-selling art instruction author and cartoon master that pairs illustrating insights with drawing, designing, and coloring activities for aspiring artists.

Welcome to Doodletopia! Your first stop in this paradise of creativity? The world of cartoons. Your tour guide Christopher Hart is ready to introduce you to the interactive, artistic possibilities of creating your own exciting, hilarious, off-the-wall cartoon characters, gags, and more.

Unlike other doodle books that leave you stranded, with no help at all, Doodletopia: Cartoons pairs fun doodle-based activities with the sort of insightful (and laugh-out-loud funny) advice and tips that countless readers have come to expect from cartooning master Christopher Hart. For the first time ever, you can pick up your pencils, pens, markers, or crayons, and draw, doodle, or color right on the same page as the author.

From finishing cartoon faces to selecting costumes to completing wacky cartoon scenes, 
the opportunities for creative expression are endless. So what are you waiting for? Open up 
and start doodling!

About the Author
CHRISTOPHER HART is the world’s bestselling author of drawing and cartooning books. His books have sold more than six million copies and have been translated into twenty languages. Renowned for up-to-the-minute content and easy-to-follow steps, Hart’s books have become staples for a new generation of aspiring artists and professionals, and they have been selected by the American Library Association for special notice. Visit his website at
My Review
Above is a quick preview of the book that I took. I found the book to be an interesting guide to doodling. The book teaches the reader how to create all sorts of cartoon doodles. The book is broken into sections with each section being a different lesson style. The first section teaches how to draw doodles, then there is the section on filling in faces, half drawn doodle finishing, and shadowing. The book is a decent guide, but I wish it had more on how to draw the doodles. I was sent this book for free for only my honest review. 

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