Go mustache yourself...but only if you are ready to draw all of the beards, hairdos, eyes, facial expressions, and characters in this sketchbook! Handlebars, muttonchops, and chinstraps come alive with 20 Ways to Draw a Mustache. Wonderfully illustrated, this inspirational sketchbook helps you to hone your razor-sharp drawing skills. What better way to liven up your illustrations than the perfect expressions, hair, and features? 20 Ways to Draw a Mustache is perfect for illustrators, cartoonists, doodlers, and anyone who loves to sketch. The 'stache styles, quirked brows, and snidely sneers in this volume are simplified, modernized and reduced to the most basic elements, offering simple forms that meld to create the building blocks of any item (man-made or organic) that you want to draw. This all-in-one sketchbook lets you draw right on the pages making it easy to keep all of your most inspired creations at hand. Whether it's for a project or just to pass the time and relax, learn helpful hints, tips and tricks for drawing the most expressive toons. 20 Ways to Draw a Mustache is the perfect muse for any level of doodler. Best of all, impress your friends at parties with your expertly scribbled moustaches on their drink cups!
Cara Bean is a cartoonist and art teacher from Concord, Massachusetts. She graduated with a master's degree in painting and drawing from the University of Washington in Seattle. When she is not teaching, she makes comic books that relate to her life's experiences and fills sketchbooks with strange doodles. Cara likes: dogs, apes, tea, green hoodies, soup with crusty bread, people who walk alone and smile to themselves, hikes, mangos, befriending shy people, cats, libraries, thrift stores, Guadalajara, dancing with babies, crunchy leaves, owls, and nachos. Her students gather on Tuesdays after school for Illustration Club, which has become a place to draw and share ideas. Cara lives in a small cottage near Walden Pond with three wild dogs named Howie, Jackie, and Jon. Learn more about Cara Bean at: badgigi.com, beandoodling.blogspot.com
"The exercises are straightforward, sometimes amusing, and definitely easy to grasp and follow along. Fun book for kids and doodling fans." - Teoh Yi Chie, Parka Blogs