Hero Drawing: The Amazing Spider-Man edited by Alice Gibbs (2012)
Hero Drawing: The Amazing Spider-Man
edited by Alice Gibbs
Every kid loves coloring books, but there is one thing more satisfying than staying in the lines: coloring your own drawings! Parragon’s Hero Drawing: The Amazing Spider-Man gives youngsters the building blocks needed to put their own Spidey on paper, with basic instructions and suggestions to improve. The book comes with six colored pencils, an eraser, and a sharpener, and has plenty of room to practice sketching right next to the examples inside.
Not only is the budding comic book artist given instructions on how to draw the wall crawler himself, but also two of his most famous foes, the Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus. Children can apply the underlying principle of recognizing shapes before tackling details in trying to draw other characters once they have mastered the poses in Hero Drawing: The Amazing Spider-Man, a great book for beginners.