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Our new book is in the works. Your students will be drawing the natural wonders of Africa in a step-by-step format. This is includes deserts, mountains, rivers, lakes, volcanoes, animals and trees.
Four books from our American Art History series are now available in digital format on Amazon.com. You can save a bundle buying our digital formats! Seriously. You should too. Well, not “should”, but you “could” if you wanted to. And why wouldn’t you? So shouldn’t you? I’ll stop now.
We have been asked many times over the years if there are digital versions of our map books. Before now we had one: Draw Africa. Amazon did this one for us for free, I assume because the print version was selling well at the time. The digital version of Draw Africa does not sell well…
One of the natural wonders of covered in ARTK12’s next book is the Manpupuner rock formations, also known as “Seven Strong Men Rock Formations” or “Poles of the Komi Republic.” They vary in height from 98 to 131 feet and are located in the Komi Republic.
I don’t like heights. I don’t mind heights if I can feel safe looking over a railing at a large canyon or out the window of a tall building. The Pulpit Rock or Pulpit or Preacher’s Chair is in Norway above the fjord Lysefjordan. It rises almost 2,000 feet above the fjord and has a…
So what happened to the Missouri River? You may want to know. Or maybe you don’t. In the grand scheme of things, it probably doesn’t really matter, but I will risk it all to write about it anyway!
In Draw the Natural Wonders of the USA your students will be drawing and labeling rivers, mountain ranges, mountains, lakes, oceans, deserts, trails and Native American Territories. They’ll also be drawing some animals, birds and sea life found in the USA.
We have been hard at work on Draw the Natural Wonders of The USA, the second book in ARTK12’s new series and all part of the Draw the World series.