Book: Struan Reid «Egyptian Patterns to Colour»

Egyptian Patterns to Colour

This is a stunning colouring book that will appeal to budding artists. Beautiful watercolour artwork will inspire creativity. It offers fascinating information about ancient Egypt with some of the most famous objects and patterns taken from the tombs and temples of the pharaohs. There are useful colouring hints and tips at the end of the book. Coloured pencils, felt-tip pens or watercolour paints can be used. This title features full colour illustrations with matching black and white line drawings of the same to copy.

Издательство: "Usborne Publishing Ltd." (2012)

Формат: 210x250, 32 стр.

ISBN: 978-1-4095-3291-0

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