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How to Paint

Book Description
Youngsters are confronted with a whole range of exciting art materials. But which do they choose to get the results they want? And how do they use them to make the greatest impact? With each double-page spread a self-contained art class, this innovative young artist presents exciting projects that encapsulate the basic techniques of using the medium. Watercolour, chalk pastels, acrylics, oil, bati... More
Book Information
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages48
Publication Date08/01/2003
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About Helen Webster (Author) : Helen Webster is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Helen Webster include How to Draw and Paint Tractors, Trucks and Trains (How to Draw & Paint), Drawing and Pai... more
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