Synopses & Reviews
Skulls and swashbucklers, treasure maps and gold: with this fun and easy-to-follow drawing book, kids can create their own pirate world. Slowly, in manageable stages, theyand#8217;ll learn how to produce some cool characters, along with all the things associated with these seafaring buccaneers. Each page features several numbered figures, with lines to copy or trace that build the picture. Blue lines are the new additions; black lines were done in a previous step; and gray lines are guides that you wonand#8217;t need in the final illustration. Make a scary pirate flag; a spooky skeleton pirate with a sword; burly and bearded Peg Leg Pete; Rose, the lady pirate; one-eyed Harpoon Hank; and sea monsters, too!
Skulls and swashbucklers, treasure maps and gold: kids will learn how to produce some cool characters, along with all the things associated with seafaring buccaneers. Each page features numbered figures with lines to copy or trace. Make a scary pirate flag; a spooky skeleton pirate; burly and bearded Peg Leg Pete; and sea monsters, too!
About the Author
Steve Harpster has illustration credits on over 100 books for kids, and has created designs for a wide variety of product lines. In 2007,and#160;he wonand#160;the Golden Duck Award for Excellence in Science Fiction for his work on Night of the Homework Zombies by Scott Nickel. Harpster visits schools all over the Midwest in person and also does live online school and#8220;visitsand#8221; both nationally and internationally using Adobe Connect. Harpster lives in Cincinnati, OH with his wife, son and two dogs.