Draw 25 Wild Animals (Even If You Don’t Know How to Draw!)

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Draw 25 Wild Animals (Even if You Don’t Know How to Draw!)


Do you want to learn to draw? You might be surprised to find out that:

  • it’s not about taking enough art classes.
  • it’s not about finding a hidden gift.
  • it’s not even about being artistically inclined.

The real secret to learning to draw is knowing how to see objects as shapes and lines — and then knowing how to put them together to form what you see. 

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Sample from Book


tiger- laura2

By Laura, Age 12

tiger - gail

By Gail, Adult





Dear Aspiring Artist (yes, that’s you!),

My name is Samantha Bell, and I am an artist, illustrator, and children’s writer. I’ve also taught art to both children and adults for nearly 20 years. With so many students, I know many of the struggles people can have when learning to draw. I’ve also learned how to point aspiring artists in the right direction. 🙂

You can learn to draw, too! I’ll take you step by step in creating these images of wild animals, from a simple line drawing to, if desired, a more detailed shaded piece. The goal of this step by step drawing method is to teach you drawing techniques that you can use later to draw whatever you’d like.

Draw 25  Wild Animals (Even If You Don’t Know How to Draw!)

This is the first book in a series of step-by-step drawing books coming out this year. Some of the featured animals in this book include:

  • Tiger
  • Elephant
  • Hummingbird
  • Sea Turtle
  • Lion
  • Chickadee
  • Koala Bear
  • Llama
  • Toucan

You can receive updates and special offers on Draw 25 Wild Animals (Even if You Don’t Know How to Draw!). I would also love to hear your suggestions for animals/objects to be included in this and future books. Just fill out the form below!

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7 thoughts on “Draw 25 Wild Animals (Even If You Don’t Know How to Draw!)

  1. Every long journey begins with the small step..Truly its a quite innovative way to teach kids how to SKETCH..Indeed it will improve their sketching & drawing..Surely we will increase our range by increasing variety of themes..like beside animals we can include human figures..birds..nature etc..as these are the key elements of any drawing..
    warm regards

  2. I like to see paintings. But I don’t know how made it. It was discovery to me. Your way to teach others is very attractive and creative. Good luck!