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Draw 50 Magical Creatures Book Review

If you’re a budding artist looking for a fun way to learn and practice how to draw unicorns, elves, cherubs, trolls and many more magical creatures, have we got the book for you! Draw 50 Magical Creatures is a new step-by-step drawing book by Lee A. James with Andy Mitchell.


Fantastic Fun!

Draw 50 Magical Creatures can teach you how to draw easily and confidently by following simple, step-by-step instructions. You’ll learn how to draw an enchanting variety of mystical creatures and legendary beasts, including a stately centaur, a frightening Cyclops, a playful fairy, a bashful mermaid and many more.


Using a drawing method that’s proven successful for kids and grownups, Draw 50 Magical Creatures is just one in a series of 30 Draw 50 books, which show you how to draw everything from animals to airplanes.


Author Credentials

Lee A. James has been married to his wife, Jocelyn, for 64 years and has a son, Jonathan, a daughter, Alison, three grand kids and two dogs, Missy and Rosie. He got his first job at 18 at the Walt Disney Studios - it lasted three months, including travel time across the country. Since then he’s worked in animation, advertising, comic books, teaching and illustrating books (about 150). He’s the author of more than 35 books (mostly the Draw 50 series) and is a member of the National Cartoonists Society.


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