Create a swashbuckling world of pirate adventure! Here's a wonderful way for children—and adults—to learn to draw. Using just a few simple steps, budding artists can sketch more than 30 exciting images of buccaneers. Illustrations include a crew of peg-legged, eye-patched hearties, plu... read more
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Create a swashbuckling world of pirate adventure! Here's a wonderful way for children—and adults—to learn to draw. Using just a few simple steps, budding artists can sketch more than 30 exciting images of buccaneers. Illustrations include a crew of peg-legged, eye-patched hearties, plus a pirate ship and all the equipment, such as a compass, a cannon, doubloons, and the Jolly Roger. Practice makes perfect, so each drawing appears next to a blank practice page.
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