Little grabs people's imaginations more than fire-breathing dragons, magical elves, and other fantastic creatures. Now with this ebook, fantasy fans can learn to draw their favorite creatures and learn more about them at the same time. Simple, step-by-step instructions team up with lively creature descriptions to teach young artists how to draw dragons, orcs, dwarves, and many other fantastical creatures. AGES: 9-12 AUTHOR: A.J. Sautter is an author and editor of dozens of high interest books for young readers. He enjoys learning and working on a wide range of subjects from pirates and robots to dragons, sports, and magic tricks. Tom McGrath, as a small child could often be found with crayons stuck up his nose. But when he grew older, he eventually realised that crayons were a lot more fun and useful for drawing-and soon a passion for art was born. Tom's work is often inspired by other great artwork, books, films, and even on occasion by real life. Other than his artwork, Tom also has an obsession with fish and airships. Jason Juta is a freelance illustrator based in the United Kingdom. He has worked extensively producing artwork for the publishing industry, boardgames, roleplaying games, magazines and computer games. Martin Bustamante is an illustrator and painter from Argentina. At the age of 3 he was able to draw a horse "starting by the tail" as his mother always says. As a teenager he was inspired by fascinating worlds full of colors, shapes, and atmospheres found in movies and books such as Star Wars and Prince Valiant. Drawing and painting quickly became Martin's passions and he began working as a professional illustrator. Martin's work has appeared in several publications from Argentina, the United States, and Europe.
A middle-aged woman struggles to cope with modern cultural deterioration and the passing of feminism. Her struggle seems to end when a fantasy of friendship, rescue and escape begins. Please feel free to read my chapter first pages at the following link and provide a review or advice. https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1161400 Thank you.
"Don Juan, " Byron's best poem, is a sensational radical satire. It uses the legend of Don Juan to expose the male fantasies behind Romanticism and 19th-century public culture. Critics feared that the poem was a "manual for vice" and would corrupt society. Should England's best selling author have been censored? This book looks at how Europe's most famous literary celebrity shows his dark side in "Don Juan, " a canonical long poem and a pop culture masterpiece.