Drawing Cartoons from Numbers and Letters
By Christopher Hart (Author)
Start with the basic number 4—and then turn it into a kooky bird or a kid in a panic. Or take an L and see it become a zooming, flying superhero. With his step-by-step demonstrations, Christopher Hart gives kids an easy process for creating cartoon characters like animals, dragons, and robots . . . and for building their reading, writing, and number recognition skills too. Hart uses the numbers 1–9 as well as multi-digit numerals, and upper- and lower-case letters from A–Z. It’s creative fun at its best!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
With more than seven million copies of his books in print, Christopher Hart is the world's leading author of art instruction books. His titles frequently appear on the NPD DecisionKey Weekly Top 50 Non-Fiction Art list. They also have a huge international audience, having been translated into more than 20 languages. In his more than 200 titles, he offers artists of all ages accessible, generously illustrated, and clearly written step-by-step instruction on a wide variety of how-to-draw subjects, including anime and manga, figure drawing and anatomy, cartooning, comics, fashion, and animals. He lives in Westport, CT.