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I love working with authors and illustrators like Steve Harpster. Do you have a little artist in your home? I do and it’s great to find easy to follow step-by-step instructions on how to draw AlphaBeasts. Steve Harpster’s new book Draw AlphaBeasts is filled with drawing steps for creating AlphaBeasts out of numbers and the alphabet. The steps are so easy my kindergartner can draw his own AlphaBeasts.
Drawing Imaginary AlphaBeasts is as easy as 1, 2, 3. . . or A, B, C! Turn letters and numbers into super-cool creatures. Step-by-step pictures show how to draw awesome aliens, rad robots, crazy monsters and haunted creeps using different letters and numbers as a starting point.
- Learn how to draw more than 130 imaginary AlphaBeasts
- Perfect for beginner artists
- Step-by-step projects are simple and frustration free
When A becomes a CopterBot, B becomes the monster Blarg, and 4 transforms into the creature Korg, the fun really begins.
Make sure to check out Steven Harpster’s You Tube channel to learn to draw. He has a lot of characters your child can draw own their own just by watching his videos. His new Draw AlphaBeasts is great for younger children that enjoy drawing, but need some guidance. My son is only five, but he can draw what I show him step-by-step so this book is perfect for him.
Steve Harpster, otherwise known as Harptoons was created to get people to draw and have fun. He wants for everyone to love drawing, take time to create and spend some quality time inside your head using your imagination. His fun step-by-step drawing books and videos are so easy to follow. Steve Harpster uses Harptoons to promote art and education by visiting schools and sharing his abilities with the students.