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Christopher Hart, America's best-selling author of art instruction books, tosses all that aside to make drawing animals amazingly easy, by simplifying animal anatomy so artists can get the poses they really want. What does that animal look like as it moves, bends, twists, jumps, runs? Simplified skeletons and an innovative new approach show how to look at an animal. Hart's step-by-step instructions and clear text mean true-to-life results every time, whether the subjects are dogs, cats, horses, lions, tigers, elephants, monkeys, bears, birds, pigs, giraffes or kangaroos.
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