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INSTRUCTIONS In drawing from this book, copy the last diagram, or finished picture, of the particular series before you.

The other diagrams go on with your drawing.

— beginning with They

that together form the completed picture. help in construction

—that

is;

details in their proper places.

number two, and so on show how to make the various strokes of the pencil

one, then

The dotted

lines indicate

where

light lines are

drawn

that-

getting proportions correctly, outlining the general form, or marking

Do

not press ftaid on' the pencil in making these construction

then they can be erased afterwards.

Use

number

give the order in which to

pencil compasses for the circles, or

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mark theto Off with buttons 7

or disks.

lines,

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AT EQUAL mVANCES LINE FROM ON A CIRCLE LEFT To RmT ^

AND 60 ON TO THE LAST

IN THIS

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drawing a cati face

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EYES WIDE APART

A FXWLONCt HAIRS Above

r^*4kv/.('Pt... EYES -PUPILS CHANCRE IN SIZE

MARKINGS IN BRJ&HT DAYl.l(}HT PUPILS OF EYES

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CUF^IOUS F^ISHeS

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DRAW TWO UNE5 CROSSING AT RKtHT ANQLES

WITH

A

AS CEffTER. DESCRIBE CIRCLE WITH DIAMETER WIDTH OF OVAL VMNTEP

FROM BanoC DRAW

FROM BandC as

LINES THROUGH AND BEYOND D

CENTERS DESCRIBE ARCS TO EanoF

DRAWING OVALS AND Take

The

note, first of

all,

of the difference

between an

ellipse

large plate explains the construction of an ellipse.

ELLIPSES and an oval. It

shows how to find the points where

the three pins are placed that determine the size of the looped string.

ments accurately. elastic.

A

The

Use

a string that will not give, cotton thread

suggestion to amateur gardeners:

make

WITH DA5 CENTER E AND r BY AN ARC COMPLETING OVAL

CON N ECT

is

elliptical flower

Be

sure and

good for small

beds this way.

caution in regard to accuracy also applies to the making of the oval. 70

make measure-

ellipses, silk

is

too

How

DRAW TWO UNE5

to mh,ke a/? Ellipse:

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SKETCH ELLIPSE WANTED

ROV<^Hiy

CROSSINQ-

AT RIQHTANQLES

IN CENTER.

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WITH CENTER C AND DISTANCE BA AS

AT POINTS OF INTERSECTION AND F PLACE P/NS

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TAKE OUT PIN

AT C AND

REPLACE WITH

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PENCIL POINT

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SUGGESTIONS FOR WATER-COLOR PAINTING Here

-A Useful List OF VVATER-COLORS

COLOR5' _______^ ;y^i;i.bw:-|

good

a

wish, purple

list

rORIN-THE-5HOP

There are many

brown

what

to get, the

Moist

colors in

if

as

names

you

pans are best.

different kinds of red, green, blue

and

paints;

The

of colors for practical work.

and orange.

YELLOW OCHRE

GAMBOGE

H Br-igh-t

is

eight are enough for every purpose; but add,

first

and

you may be puzzled and not know of the best hues of these particular

The most useful paints in this list light red, Vandyke brown and Payne's

colors are also given. 3|

light

red

CrimsomIcrimson lake

are yellow ochre,

gray.

Learn to work with them, use them often and see

the beautiful effects they produce.

VANDYKE BROWN NEW BLUE OR ULTRAMARINE Oreiein

HOOKER'S GREEN

NoJ

PAYNE'6 qRAY

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brown makes

Delicate tints are

with thin washes of yellow ochre and light red. a variety of pleasing tints.

Use the bright

colors sparingly.

You do not need

a black paint.

Payne's gray with

either brown, blue, crimson or green gives rich dark tones.

Payne's gray

is

also useful in

colors.

For the different kinds of greens, mix yellow ochre,

blue or

brown with Hooker's and blue for the gray

light red

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green.

Use thin washes of and clouds.

of distances

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348 EAST 32nd STSSFt

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WHAT TO DRAW

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and

HOW TO DRAW

Mrell.

that fixet the object in memory and 6 ops naturally a physical skill and a knowledge of proportion and form. Foreshortening and perspective, t bugbears to young artists, are overcom the simplest progressive examples.

INSTRUCTIONS are very brief, for the key line* of each object tell their own story uid the child is entranced by the results toon gained. There is no stupid tracing in this book, for tracing accomplishes at most Bnly a little muscular controL The book provides a step-by-step system

REMEMBERING THE KEY LINE o T the way to the completed object are hundreds of pictures to draw and all those most fascinating to the child, wh thrilled by the "magic" that makes dra>i easy and delightfully interesting. LINE, that't *'Ju*t remember the

THIS which the

is

really tine ia

a remarkable book in

made a good rea\$on for form. The youngest child may grasp magic progress of this way of working

knd he will draw the picture naturally and

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