In this illustrated book, ideal for all those who have a good sense of humour and for lovers of drawing and animals, Hélène Rice and Ronan Badel teach us not one but two infallible techniques to draw a perfect cow in the blink of an eye! The first one is really simple: you just have to carefully follow the instructions. First draw a rectangle, then add four legs, a comma-shaped tail, a long head with strong teeth and... there it is! In the event that the resulting animal looks quite aggressive, don’t panic: the authors immediately offer you a solution. To get out of troubles, you simply need to keep a rubber at hand at all times.
The second method is a bit more complex: it consists in drawing a dandelion seed, planting it and waiting for the flower to blossom. As soon as it blooms, the cow – which as everyone knows has a sweet tooth for the flower – will immediately show up to devour it in one bite. Surprise after surprise, this brief and hilarious comedy of errors will light up your day with a good amount of cheerfulness, and after laughing your head off, it’s time to start drawing. So grab a pencil and green and yellow pastels to copy Ronan Badel’s funny and essential drawings or use markers or coloured pencils to add your personal touch. And don’t forget the rubber!
Ronan Badel was born on January 17th, 1972 in Auray, in the region of Brittany. After graduating from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg, he started working as an author and illustrator of children’s books. In 1998 he published his first book with Seuil jeunesse. For many years he taught illustration at an art school in Paris, then he moved back to Brittany where he dedicated himself to the production of children’s books. In 2006 he wrote and illustrated his first comic book, Petit Sapiens.
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Born the daughter of an English father and an Italian mother, Hélène Rice spent her childhood in France, Italy, the United States, and England. Her interest in different cultures led her to ethnology, sociology and political science studies. She is specialized in French as a second language and she teaches at various schools to non-French-speaking children, as well as teaching French to immigrant adults. Her first children’s book was Jean-Pierre la brebis, published by Âne bâté Éditions.
|Dimensions||cm 20,0 x 10,0|
|Il modo migliore per imparare a disegnare una mucca||Vivere Country||01-08-2018|