The Tank Museum's Guide to How to Draw Tanks
The Tank Museum's Guide to How to Draw Tanks is backordered and will ship as soon as it is in stock.
Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
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By Mark Bergin and The Tank Museum
This brilliant book is written and drawn exclusively for The Tank Museum by Mark Bergin. His easy to follow guide has an array of techniques, hints, tips and inspirations on how to draw tanks.
The book includes pages on looking at the simple shapes, what to draw with, how to use perspective, as well as details on a number of popular tanks like Mark IV, Rolls Royce Armoured Car, Whippet, Cromwell, Tiger I, Churchill, Mk IV, Panther, Sherman Fury and Challenger 2.
Suitable for child and adult alike!
Our grandson is a Tank Nut so we bought the book for his eighth birday. Before sending it to him, my wife used the book's guidance to draw a Tiger tank on the front of a birthday card. For someone who is not a technical artist the drawing looks very good.