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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

beginning with number one, then number two, and so on

show how

to

go on with your drawing. They give the order in which to make the various strokes of the pencil that together form the completed picture. The dotted lines indicate where light lines are drawn that help in construction

that

is;

details in their proper places.

getting proportions correctly, outlining the general form, or marking

Do

not prese ha/ct on' the pencil in making these construction

then they can be erased afterwards.

Use

pencil compasses for the circles, or

mark them- off with buttons

or disks.

lines,

To

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Cat

to ivpiice

drawing a cat's face

SHAPE OF EARS (^

x EYES

A FEWLONS - JlltA HAIRS ABOVE EYES*"'

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WIDE APART

EYES -PUPILS

CHANGE

IN

SIZE

AND 5HAPE

TUfER-UKE IN BRJ6HT DAYUdHT PUPILS OF EYES

MAKE AN

AROUND-' WHISKERS

ARE LIKE THIS

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THE SAME

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Bulldog

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"FIRST

DRAW A TR1ANQLE SIDES EQUAL

WITH

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Owl

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Camel

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Dr&Wn witK straight

lines

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TI\e.

Droll

Face

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A Mirthful

Countenance

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Copy

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by

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Lightly drawn lines like will

above

help in

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1915.

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Ill He Girl a.nd

Boy

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To draw

ifyefe figures, fityi

circle^ af

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way

of-

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DRAW TWO UNE5 CROSSING AT RIQHT ANQLES

WITH

A

AS CENTER. DESCRIBE CIRCLE WITH DIAMETER WIDTH OF OVAL WANTED

FROM BANDC DRAW

FROM BANoC AS

LINES THROUGH AND BEYOND D

CENTERS DESCRIBE ARCS TO EANDF"

DRAWING OVALS AND Take

note, first of

all,

of the difference between an ellipse

ELLIPSES and an oval.

The large plate explains the construction of an ellipse. It shows 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

is

elliptical flower

how to find the points where Be sure and make measure-

good for small

beds this way.

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

WITH DAS CENTER E AND F BY AN ARC COMPLETING OVAL

CON N ECT

ellipses, silk

is

too

"rn +n flow to r

nt>>lff* An m&Ke a/?

F*rr t>*r ,LLIPS:

ROUGHLY SKETCH ELLIPSE WANTED

DK.AV/

TWO LINES CROSSING IN CENTER. CEN

WITH COMPASSES

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AT R , QHTAN( HTAN(LES ^ LES

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BA

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V

2,

WITH CENTER. C AND DISTANCE BA A5

AT POINTS OF INTERSECTION AND F PLACE PINS

AT C

C

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PLACE PIN

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D

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LOOP A STRINGAROUND ALL THREE AW5

topyrijlM

MEASURE

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\*'ITH STR1NQ TAUT RUN THE PENCIL AROUND

TAKE OUT PIN

AT C AND

PENCIL POINT UNTIL ELLIPSE COMPLETED

REPLACE:

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SUGGESTIONS FOR WATER-COLOR PAINTING Here

USEFUL LIST

first

OF WATER-COLORS GOLOR^-

is

a

good

list

The

of colors for practical work.

eight are enough for every purpose; but add,

if

you

wish, purple and orange.

YELLOW OCHRE

There are many different kinds of red, brown paints; and as you may be puzzled and not know what to get, the names of the best hues of these particular

FOR- IN -THE -SHOP

GAMBOGE LIGHT

RED

*] CRIMSON LAKE

VANDYKE BROWN NEW BLUE OR ULTRAMARINE: HOOKER'S GREEN

NoJ

PAYNE'S OR AY

colors are also given.

Moist

The most

pans are best. green, blue and

colors in

useful paints in this

list

Vandyke brown and Payne's Learn to work with them, use them often and see gray. the beautiful effects they produce. Delicate tints are made are yellow ochre, light red,

with thin washes of yellow ochre and light red.

brown makes a variety Use the bright

You do

Vandyke

of pleasing tints.

colors sparingly.

not need a black paint.

Payne's gray with

either brown, blue, crimson or green gives rich dark tones. is also useful in shadows and shading other For the different kinds of greens, mix yellow ochre, blue or brown with Hooker's green. Use thin washes of

Payne's gray

MAUVE ORANGE-

VERMILION

colors.

light red

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and blue

for the gray of distances

and clouds.

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