How to Draw Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants: The Bikini Bottom Collection: Dive in and learn to draw your favorite characters, including … Squidward, and more! (Licensed Learn to Draw) Big Discount
Title : How to Draw Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants: The Bikini Bottom Collection: Dive in and learn to draw your favorite characters, including … Squidward, and more! (Licensed Learn to Draw)
ASIN : 1600582974
With How to Draw Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants®: The Bikini Bottom Collection, anyone can share the fun of this bubbly yellow sea sponge’s adventures with his whole crew of friends. Learn to draw and animate SpongeBob, his pet snail Gary, best buddies Patrick Star and Sandy Cheeks, neighbor Squidward, and other seaworthy characters from the TV show and feature film in a variety of moods and poses. Special tidbits about SpongeBob, his nautical neighbors, and their world will help the bubbly characters come to life in the most entertaining saltwater paradise in the world—Bikini Bottom! With easy-to understand language, clear step-by-step illustrations, and a number of animation secrets, this book is a must-have for all SpongeBob SquarePants fans who want to learn how to draw and animate their favorite characters—including the most absorbent guy in the sea, SpongeBob SquarePants!
Brand: Walter Foster
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Rating : 4.3
Rating : 3
Review : Great for All of My Drawings
I got this book as a birthday present to help me make my SpongeBob drawings better and more precise. It helped me a lot! It has a lot of tips and tricks to help me get better and better at drawing characters from SpongeBob. The book even includes a chart that shows the heights of several different characters in relation to one another. For example, SpongeBob is about twice as tall as Gary but only comes up to Squidward’s shoulders. It also has several different styles that SpongeBob can be drawn in, such as Sketch style, Icon style, and even Punk style! Another thing that I enjoy about this book is that it talks about how to animate SpongeBob, including facial expressions and in-between drawings to make an animation flow better. I’d recommend this book to anyone who would love to learn how to draw SpongeBob and his pals.