Wednesday, August 16, 2017

The Art of Drawing Dangles Review & GIVEAWAY

I'm learning how to dangle with this gorgeous new workbook – The Art of Drawing Dangles by Olivia A. Kneibler. It's a 144 page paperback from Race Point Publishing. The authors smashing book cover shows what's possible with dangle art! Inside she shares how to do it with over 50 dangle exercises. The exercises include a traceable guideline to get you started and room on quality paper to practice. Begin with the alphabet, put the letters together to form words, then add charms and/or mandalas, and you're dangling! Whether you like to doodle, draw, design or craft, dangles are a unique way to add flair to your letters and artwork. Get your copy below!

Contents

What is a Dangle?
Dangle Letters
Dangle Words
Dangle Shapes and Mandalas
Everyday Dangles
Charming Projects 
Charm Directory
Color Gallery: Letters and Words

About the Author 
Acknowledgements

The Art of Drawing Dangles is available worldwide at Race Point Publishing. Check out their unique catalog at Race Point Publishing. Race Point Publishing is a division of the Quarto Publishing Group USA. Quarto has generously offered to giveaway a copy of The Art of Drawing Dangles! One winner will be selected at random. Open until August 31, 2017. Canadian and USA addresses only. Good luck!

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34 comments:

  1. Ambulance in Action sounds like a fun book!

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  2. Would also like Color-by-Number: Butterflies by Walter Foster Creative Team (Judy Cowan)

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  3. Brain Bends or one of the Optical Illusion books would be wonderful

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  4. Any book about crafts for toddlers would be great.

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  5. I like the shapes and mandalas- very pretty!

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  6. Cooking with Nonna by Rossella Rago.

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  7. I also like this book: QuartoCreates - Anywhere, Anytime Art: Watercolor.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  8. My grandsons would really enjoy the Just Imagine & Play! On the Farm, would make an awesome birthday gift, thanks!

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  9. The perfect book for me right now from Quarto Knows would be: Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone: A Journal to Reignite, Renew, and Refuel Your Life by Jacqueline Lewis.

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  10. The Toddler Survival Guide looks fun!

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  11. I like the Great Big Search and Find book.

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  12. Color-by-Number: Dogs by Walter Foster Creative Team,,Would be nice...

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  13. The Hand Stitched Surface by Lynn Krawczyk

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  14. I would like The Real Food Grocery Guide by Maria Marlowe.

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  15. I would like Draw 500 Things From Nature.

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  16. Star Wars: Build a Scene looks like a good one too (Judy Cowan)

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  17. Fingerprint Draw would be lots of fun.

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  18. I'd like the Sally's Baking Addiction cookbook. She has fun recipes.

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  19. I would enjoy the book Creative Marker Art and Beyond.

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  20. I'd love to try the Wacky Things Animals Do Book!

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  21. Color-by-Number: Birds by Walter Foster Creative Team
    is cool!

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  22. any book about crafts and arts or Toddlers

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  23. Mom and Me: An Art Journal to Share by Lacy Mucklow and Bethany Robertson

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  24. Another book I'd love to have is The Art of Mindful Singing by Jeremy Dion.

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  25. I think my son would love the book Tractor Saves the Day. He loves reading about vehicles and animals so it's the perfect combo!

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  26. Kayaking Manual The essential guide to all kinds of kayaking by Bill Mattos - I just learned how to kayak this summer - love it!

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  27. I would also like to have the Doodle Games book for my kiddos

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  28. we would like Brilliantly Vivid Color-by-Number: Animal Friends
    Brilliantly Vivid Color-by-Number: Animal Friends by F. Sehnaz Bac

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  29. I would like to receive The Great Tangle book.

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  30. I would like to receive Lancia Stratos Limited Edition Extra.

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  31. Either the Icebox Pies or Techniques for Smoking.

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  32. I could hardly decide! "Hand Lettering Art Pack" by Lisa Engelbrecht looks really nice.
    --Ann

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