Are you someone who loves to draw? While I may not be very good at it, I’ve always loved drawing and testing my skills. My husband even bought me a drawing tablet and Photoshop. While they are priorities for me to learn, it feels like due to how busy I have been, my skills have been declining rather than improving, leaving me wanting to learn to draw even more, even if it is just as a hobby. Since I don’t have a lot of extra time, I want a series that makes learning how to draw fun, easy, and an enjoyable experience, some of the main reasons I was excited when I was approached to review a new series – How to Draw Cool Stuff. After reading a bit about the series, I couldn’t wait for my complimentary books to arrive!
How to Draw Cool Stuff Series: What is It?
Do you want to learn how to draw on your own? If so, we think you will love the How to Draw Cool Stuff Series. This series, including three books How to Draw Cool Stuff, How to Draw Cool Stuff: Shading, Textures, and Optical Illusions, and How to Draw Cool Stuff: Holidays, Seasons, & Events, all of which are designed to help anyone learn the basics of drawing. Each of the step by step tutorials in the books are designed to help you learn to draw using familiar shapes, beloved characters, and even shade, creating more realistic drawings. Since these books are designed for all ages, they are perfect for aspiring artists or someone who would like to improve their own drawing skills. To learn more about this series, make sure to watch the video below!
How to Draw Cool Stuff Series: Our Thoughts
If there is one thing I love about these books, it is just how approachable they make the entire subject of learning to draw. Most of their lessons, honestly, make everything look so easy, especially if you devote time to practicing. Unlike most art books I have in my house, it also teaches you to draw a variety of different things, revolving around the concept that shapes and lines are the key to learning to draw just about anything. While I haven’t had to chance to do a whole lot of practicing yet, I can’t wait to get into these books more and really learn how to draw on my own at home!
How to Draw Cool Stuff Series: Where to Purchase?
Want to purchase these awesome books for yourself or someone in your family? You can buy the How to Draw Cool Stuff Series, including How to Draw Cool Stuff, How to Draw Cool Stuff: Shading, Textures, and Optical Illusions, and How to Draw Cool Stuff: Holidays, Seasons, & Events starting at only $18.99 a book!
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Kimberly Flickinger says
My brother is the artist in the family, but I would love to learn how to draw. This is too cool.
Amber Ludwig says
Super cool!! I really lack artistic skills but there’s so many things I wish I could make!! So much more inexpensive when you can do it yourself 🙂
Deborah D says
This would have helped me years ago when I was in school. I am glad they have it now to teach people to learn how to draw.
Terry Poage says
I have always wanted to know how to draw things. These are great.
Calvin F. says
Not good at drawing but these books would help.
That is the one thing I do well. I’ve won awards and back when I was in school, a teacher asked me to draw a picture for her to give as a gift. I really want to get back into it.
How cool! I would love one of these.
Dorothy Spackman says
My family is a family of artists–except me. My great effort is stick figures. Maybe this would help.
Sue E says
My mom was an artist many years ago! Us kids would beg her to draw stuff for us! It is ashame she gave up her dream!
None of us are artistic, but a couple of grandkids show promise. I couldn’t draw now if my life depended on it! My hands shake because of the meds I am on. But this is a great idea for DIY lessons!
Lisa Coomer Queen says
I have a grandson that is very artistic. I bet he would love this. Thanks!
Terri S says
I love to draw, unfortunately, I’m not very good at it at all!! Thank you for sharing these books.
Heather abbe says
I would love to learn how to draw. Thanks for sharing this.
April Monty says
My son would so love this book,I got him one for Christmas that shows how to draw comics.
Leah B says
I’m a self-taught artist, but I’m always on the look out for how-to-draw books that are easy to follow so I can continue to improve.
rochelle haynes says
I have a father and brother who can draw well me not so good maybe this will help
Sandra Watts says
These would be fun to do. My son loves to draw but he is more into his robots and aliens.
Catherine Lewis says
I’ve been drawing with pen and ink since I was 20. I would love to have these books so I can learn more ways to do what I love.
This looks like something that my son would find very useful. He is much more artistic than I am!
Dotty J Boucher says
I have always wanted to learn how to draw, I know in school , I was probably one of those kids that never got enough time with the teacher to learn, and in life I have just been to busy. But this is really great price for these, definitely will be checking them out.
Brenda Haines says
I need these books! I recently started painting rocks and I want to be able to draw out the really cool patterns and paint them on, Very cool!
Sarh S says
My daughter would absolutely love these! She’s been getting into drawing more and I love her work!
Lynne B says
I think this is something my daughter would love to use! She loves drawing.
This looks like a very unique series that would be fun to have. My granddaughter really likes art and likes finding new ways to learn how to draw so this would make a great gift for her.
So, I still draw like I did when I was 10…NO KIDDING! I could really use these books just to be able to draw better.
Cynthia Knisley says
I have never been able to draw so I am really not interested
My artistic daughter would enjoy these! I’m hopeless, but she would love them.
Stacey A Smith says
my nephew is very good at drawing he may like these for his birthday.
I have 3 drawers here. I will be showing them this. By the way, it is very hard to keep 3 drawers in supplies!
Pat S says
Thanks for introducing these to us! I like that they go beyond the basics!
Michelle S says
My daughter loves to draw! We bought her an art desk two years ago and she uses it all the time. These books would sure give her some new ideas.
Tina M. Counterman says
I cant draw a lick but my son can, I would love to get these books to learn to draw
Daniel Scott says
I need to look into purchasing these books for our school’s library. The books we have are older and we need some updated books. The kids love to draw and give the pictures to their teachers.
April Monty says
My son wants some of these books for his birthday ,he loves drawing and sketching
April Monty says
Showed my son these books this morning, he’s already asked for ylthem when I told him,now he wants them even more lol
April Monty says
These would be a super gift for my stepson he loved to draw.
These look like fun books! I used to enjoy drawing when I was young. I haven’t done it in years though.
Lisa F. says
I used to love to draw and haven’t really done it in years. Do you lose the skill if you don’t sue it like with some other skills? If I could spare some quality time, this would be a cool thing to get to get back into it.
Susan Hartman says
I love to paint but often get stuck on the how to draw first. I would love to give these books a try.
I love the 3-d chalk drawings. I wish I were that talented.
I’ve always wanted to learn how to draw. I would definitely give those a try.
I used to make pretty drawings on paper and make beautiful permanent pictures on clothes. I never had any encouragement, so gave it up. If I were young again, I would definitely check this out.
This sounds great. I had art in high school and was artistic. I was just looking up lessons for music in my area, and it is outrageously expensive. I’m sure art lessons would be unaffordable for me, too. So a book like this is essential!