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A Little Bit of Arizona: Volume 31

by Paul Moore

This is a photography book; it does not explain or attempt to teach you about photography, in Arizona or anywhere else. One of the greatest pleasures about photography is experimenting to see if the image you capture resembles the image you had in your mind when you took it.
This book is small; it is intended to be small. It is an attempt to bring the cost of photography books down to as low as they can go without sacrificing digital quality of the images within. This is the thirty first volume in a series, length or number unknown at the moment. However, when the series becomes sufficiently voluminous, they will be combined into a larger, and unfortunately more expensive, volume.
This volume contains about 40 images. Future volumes may contain a few more or a few less depending upon final digital size. I sincerely hope you enjoy the images within.



WALKCHESTER, Historical Street Views, from Roman Times to the Present, over 600+ images: Chesterâ??s Heritage, 4 detailed street maps and two satellite maps, … & photographs (First Series Book 1)

by Michael Robert Mumford

WALKCHESTER, Historical Street Views, from Roman Times to the Present
Chester’s Roman Heritage, 4 FREE detailed street maps and the other satellite images, many antique prints.
Your walk is planned in two 3 hour parts, with 1 hour lunch.

There are a least 12 public carparks, pick the nearest to your walk

Each Public House, Restaurant and Café, many now are for disabled

1 Start at Watergate (all-Day carpark), Bridge Street, Newgate, The Castle, Grosvenor Street (Grosvenor Museum) Allow 3 hours ending at Pepper Street

LUNCH BREAK there are many places to eat or picnic around St. John’s Church

2 Start from St John’s Church, Newgate Street, (or City Wall), Eastgate Street,

Just before The Cross turn right up Northgate Street, pass the Town Hall to Northgate, join the City Wall, Water Tower, ending at Watergate Carpark
A (second all-Day carpark) is below the Chester Castle Little Roodee Carpark
You need to plan your routes in advance from Carpark and back again
For rainy day’s there are 3 Museums with 5 minutes from each other.

Preparation for this WALK has raised some important H&S questions

WALKCHESTER wishes our many Tourists an enjoyable, safe walk, with useful signage
All Towns and Cities have a duty-of-care to all pedestrians & wheelchair users
All classes of able-bodied and disabled require smooth, safe walking surface
A regular risk assessment of all pathways, access, egress, length of walk marked, would be helpful
All humans require access to drinking water, food and toilets, (not forgetting pets)
All disabled require good maps showing car-parking close to access routes
All public places to have high H&S standards. Remove cobble-stones
or flag-stones, wider pavements for motorized wheelchairs
Comments welcome to MUM FORUM: https://www.mumfordbooks.com/forums/forum/welcome-to-mumfordbooks-com-forum/

Index to Illustrated Chapters 1-18:

1 Introduction: History Timescale: Styles and Periods: Charts and Maps Mesolithic, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Gothic, Georgian, Art Deco, Modern
2 Roman Empire: from Eastern to Western Maps, Countries from around the whole Mediterranean
3 Early Roman architecture, Temples, Palaces, Cirrus, Public Baths, Forums, Colosseum, Monuments, Fountains, and Domestic architecture
4 Rome’s Architecture: many sample buildings, now lost for ever, illustrated from original hand coloured antique prints
5 Images from classical 17th C prints of Rome’s Forum, photographs of the best frescos from Pompeii Ruins, showing the buildings and artefacts as they were in 78 AD.
6 200+ Antique prints and new images of Rome’s finest buildings, all in full colour
7 Examples of the Parthenon’s restoration, together with the stonemason’s working methods
8 Illustrated theories of proportion, symmetry, perspectives including shadows, over 90+ antique and modern examples
9 Examples of old and new architecture, learn from the past to make a better future, over 100+ images
10 Romanesque, British and European architecture, almost 100+ all from antique prints
11 European Gothic, many British, French and German Churches and Cathedrals architectural 150+ detail antique drawings
12 Detailed working drawings of woodworking and joinery, 150+ antique prints, windows, doors, staircases, roofs
13 Baroque architecture 1600-1750 British and European, illustrated in over 100+ antique prints and a few photographs
14 Large collection of British large houses, Ex Abbey’s, Castles, Halls, Manors, Mansions illustrated in 100+ antique prints and few photographs
15 Georgian British, European and American 1714-1830, illustrated in 75+ antique prints and few photographs
16 Roman Chester over 500+ antique and new photographs showing Chester’s full architectural history and how it looks today. Mumfordbooks have published a free map* see free sample download (with every eBook). Chester City Walls Walking Map, with planned routes in conjunction with chapter 16.



The mysterious black

by Eisenhauer Erik

The mysterious black



Glittering like a princess

by Vitoria Jorrie

Glittering like a princess



Of Light: An invitation to photographic storytelling

by Harvey Schipper

Of LIGHT teaches by example. It builds upon the premise that camera technology is so good that concerns about technology (exposure, aperture, depth of field, f-stops etc.) are no longer impediments to great images. The book is a series of conversations which build in four parts. The first sets the context: storytelling. What is it to tell a story in images? In the exciting world of the visual imagination, how does one see something and build a pictorial story about it? The second articulates the basic building blocks of an image: line, colour and form. The third takes those building blocks and adds perspective, mood, mystery and revelation as the softer but defining qualities of the memorable image. At this point the concept of â??resonance’ is introduced, that quality that suggests the image maker is so in tune with the story when the shutter opens, that he or she is totally connected, “channelling” the moment. The fourth returns to the storytelling theme. We talk about building stories over time, and the challenge of summing up a total experience in one image. Each chapter is accompanied by a series of exercises to build creative skills. Scattered through the book are brief introductions to technical terms, designed to be easily understood and incorporated.

Here’s what reviewers are saying about Of LIGHT

“For anyone who really wants to understand the difference between snapshots and fine-art photography, this book is a must-read. In a world of imaging overtaken by the digital revolution, we can easily forget that making fine photographs remains an important and rewarding justification for all the investment we make in gear and technique. In an easy-going but focused style, Harvey so well explains in words and imagery the fundamental artistic components and creative thinking underlying fine photographs, that I consider this book an important contribution to the literature on fine-art photography.”

Mark D Segal Author: “Scanning Workflows with SilverFast 8©, SilverFast HDR 8©, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom© and Adobe Photoshop©”

“I have admired Harvey Schipper’s marvelous images for years. He has a great eye, but most important, he’s a gifted visual storyteller. This inspiring book can help anyone, even complete amateurs, turn ordinary snapshots into something magic. He is a wonderful teacher–practical, clear, insightful, and wise. “A really marvellous book, both text and pix. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I really am inspired to take my camera out and start roaming around.”

Margaret Wente, Columnist The Globe and Mail

“Every once in a while a book comes along that matches the tempo of the times. Such a book is Of Light by Harvey Schipper. The photographic community is in the midst of a major transition, with more photographs now being uploaded to the Internet in a day then were ever taken during the entire prior 150 year history of photography. More people are now taking more photographs that ever, and for many people its with a camera that is always in a pocket or purse – their smartphone.Whether you use a DSLR, a Compact System Camera or a smartphone, the reader of Of Light will find within inspiration and examples that will likely make them better photographers. The book is about creating images, not just taking pictures. This is a book about seeing; a book about the mental and emotional processes of creating a photograph. Of Light is a book to be read and reread and should become the cornerstone of most photographer’s libraries about the art and craft of image making.”

Michael Reichmann Founder – The Luminous Landscape Founder – The Luminous Endowment for Photographers



Architectural Master Pieces in 4 of 4 Volumes: A Visual Record of World Architecture, their different styles over Centuries. Over 3,300 antique prints, … and up-to-date photographs. (Four)

by Michael Mumford

Here in Britain we start with Stonehenge, our most impressive prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire. Originally planned as a downloadable PDF eBook available on all Platforms. 1100+ pages, 18 Chapters. Art & Design in Architecture: made visible. A Visual Record of World Architecture, their different styles over Centuries. Over 3,300 antique prints, original paintings and up-to-date photographs. Now available in 4 volumes in easy to read paperback format.
Art & Design in Architecture: made visible; PDF Illustrated History Index; Visual Record; World Architectural design samples; Architecture gives Proportion; Balance and Harmony; Creativity across the world; History Timescale; Sample Styles & Periods; Architectural Antique Prints-Mesolithic; -Egyptian; -Greek; -Roman; Celtic Britain-Gothic; -Georgian; -Art Deco; Genuine old Prints-Roman Empire; Roman Empire East & West Maps; Early Rome Architecture Antique Prints-Rome’s Architecture; Roman’s their Lost Buildings; Rome Oil Paintings & Pompeii Ruins; Roman wall Frisco’s; Old & New Prints of Rome’s Finest Buildings; Rome-Palaces; -Churches; -Cathedrals; -Circus; -Public Baths; -Forums; -Monuments; -Gods & Emperor’s; Examples of Rome’s Finest Buildings; Examples of Old Restored and New Buildings Criteria; Perspective Drawing of Shadows; Romanesque & British Architecture; British Gothic 12th C-20th Century Buildings; Woodworking & Joinery Plans; Baroque Design 1600-1750; GB -Large Houses; -Ex Abbey’s; -Castles; -Halls; -Manors; -Mansions; Georgian Architecture 1714-1830; WALKCHESTER -Roman Past & Present; -Tourism & Shopping; WALKCHESTER; -Street-Architecture History; City wall & Street Maps; Wheelchair Museums Map; Historical Design-Pattern; -Decoration; -Ornamental; -antique examples; -good & bad example of architecture; Doors & Doorways Designs; Art Nouveau Doors; Examples of Human Creative Individualism; Collective religion community buildings; Alhambra Mediaeval Castle and Baths; Ancient; buildings were painted in Bright Colours; Byzantine Art; Irish Early Christian Art; Wooden Bar Sections; Staircase Handrails Plans; Bishop’s Lloyd’s House 1615; Watergate Rows; Norman Carved Mouldings; Gables and Carved Wood Panels; Ceilings; floors and walls; ornamental; Complex Roof Structures with Skylights Plans; Designing Staircases; Handrails for Every Occasion and Situation; Mosaics-Greek; -Roman; The Doric; Ionic and Corinthian order; Hampton Court Palace; Tudor Chimneys; Reinforcement of Mankind’s Creativity; Active Risk Assessments
All architectural historians have different viewpoints have a passion for their country’s need to record their heritage in an ever-changing world.
Why? See Djenne, Mali, Mankind’s Creativity, Chapter 18.
Our DNA tells us we thrive on decoration from cave to palace, even on our own bodies.
From mutilation, or makeup to costume, just to be different. Some individuals have a strong desire to dress-up to show-off, from the very poor to the so-called rich. It is an innermost greed in mankind’s religion to show-off. The good architect tries to smooth out these excesses, against the here today and gone tomorrow. And to travel the world does really broaden the mind.
A good example is the BBC’s Michael Portillo, our modern-day Bradshaw evangelist, talks about how good HE think’s something is. Positively, he meets people and places.
These are the real gems, the richness of small countries and their heritage.
My “Art & Design in Architecture: made visible”, is my journey through time as a European’s view on history. I would like to see all the corners of humanity from Africa to Asia and all countries in-between, that is someone else’s challenge. We acknowledge the good work our National Trust and English-Heritage are helping to preserve and restore the many buildings they are responsible for. We all need to solve is the ever-increasing danger to FIRE. This is in the interests of everyone to minimise accidental fire risk.



Architectural Master Pieces in 3 of 4 VOLUMES Paperback: A Visual Record of World Architecture their Different Styles in over Centuries. Over 3,300 antique … original paintings and photographs. (Third)

by Michael Mumford

Here in Britain we start with Stonehenge, our most impressive prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire. Originally planned as a downloadable PDF eBook available on all Platforms. 1100+ pages, 18 Chapters. Art & Design in Architecture: made visible. A Visual Record of World Architecture, their different styles over Centuries. Over 3,300 antique prints, original paintings and up-to-date photographs. Now available in 4 volumes in easy to read paperback format.
Art & Design in Architecture: made visible; PDF Illustrated History Index; Visual Record; World Architectural design samples; Architecture gives Proportion; Balance and Harmony; Creativity across the world; History Timescale; Sample Styles & Periods; Architectural Antique Prints-Mesolithic; -Egyptian; -Greek; -Roman; Celtic Britain-Gothic; -Georgian; -Art Deco; Genuine old Prints-Roman Empire; Roman Empire East & West Maps; Early Rome Architecture Antique Prints-Rome’s Architecture; Roman’s their Lost Buildings; Rome Oil Paintings & Pompeii Ruins; Roman wall Frisco’s; Old & New Prints of Rome’s Finest Buildings; Rome-Palaces; -Churches; -Cathedrals; -Circus; -Public Baths; -Forums; -Monuments; -Gods & Emperor’s; Examples of Rome’s Finest Buildings; Examples of Old Restored and New Buildings Criteria; Perspective Drawing of Shadows; Romanesque & British Architecture; British Gothic 12th C-20th Century Buildings; Woodworking & Joinery Plans; Baroque Design 1600-1750; GB -Large Houses; -Ex Abbey’s; -Castles; -Halls; -Manors; -Mansions; Georgian Architecture 1714-1830; WALKCHESTER -Roman Past & Present; -Tourism & Shopping; WALKCHESTER; -Street-Architecture History; City wall & Street Maps; Wheelchair Museums Map; Historical Design-Pattern; -Decoration; -Ornamental; -antique examples; -good & bad example of architecture; Doors & Doorways Designs; Art Nouveau Doors; Examples of Human Creative Individualism; Collective religion community buildings; Alhambra Mediaeval Castle and Baths; Ancient; buildings were painted in Bright Colours; Byzantine Art; Irish Early Christian Art; Wooden Bar Sections; Staircase Handrails Plans; Bishop’s Lloyd’s House 1615; Watergate Rows; Norman Carved Mouldings; Gables and Carved Wood Panels; Ceilings; floors and walls; ornamental; Complex Roof Structures with Skylights Plans; Designing Staircases; Handrails for Every Occasion and Situation; Mosaics-Greek; -Roman; The Doric; Ionic and Corinthian order; Hampton Court Palace; Tudor Chimneys; Reinforcement of Mankind’s Creativity; Active Risk Assessments
All architectural historians have different viewpoints have a passion for their country’s need to record their heritage in an ever-changing world.
Why? See Djenne, Mali, Mankind’s Creativity, Chapter 18.
Our DNA tells us we thrive on decoration from cave to palace, even on our own bodies.
From mutilation, or makeup to costume, just to be different. Some individuals have a strong desire to dress-up to show-off, from the very poor to the so-called rich. It is an innermost greed in mankind’s religion to show-off. The good architect tries to smooth out these excesses, against the here today and gone tomorrow. And to travel the world does really broaden the mind.
A good example is the BBC’s Michael Portillo, our modern-day Bradshaw evangelist, talks about how good HE think’s something is. Positively, he meets people and places.
These are the real gems, the richness of small countries and their heritage.
My “Art & Design in Architecture: made visible”, is my journey through time as a European’s view on history. I would like to see all the corners of humanity from Africa to Asia and all countries in-between, that is someone else’s challenge. We acknowledge the good work our National Trust and English-Heritage are helping to preserve and restore the many buildings they are responsible for. One of the areas we all need to solve is the increasing danger to FIRE. This is in the interests of everyone to minimise accidental fires.



Architectural Master Pieces in 2 of 4 Volumes: . A Visual Record of World Architecture, their different styles over Centuries. Over 3,300 antique prints, … photographs. (First Edition Book 1)

by Michael Mumford

Here in Britain we start with Stonehenge, our most impressive prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire. Originally planned as a downloadable PDF eBook available on all Platforms. 1100+ pages, 18 Chapters. Art & Design in Architecture: made visible. A Visual Record of World Architecture, their different styles over Centuries. Over 3,300 antique prints, original paintings and up-to-date photographs. Now available in 4 volumes in easy to read paperback format.
Art & Design in Architecture: made visible; PDF Illustrated History Index; Visual Record; World Architecture; Architecture gives Proportion; Balance and Harmony; Creativity across the world; History Timescale; Sample Styles & Periods; Architectural Antique Prints-Mesolithic; -Egyptian; -Greek; -Roman; Celtic Britain-Gothic; -Georgian; -Art Deco; Genuine old Prints-Roman Empire; Roman Empire East & West Maps; Early Rome Architecture Antique Prints-Rome’s Architecture; Roman’s their Lost Buildings; Rome Oil Paintings & Pompeii Ruins; Roman wall Frisco’s; Old & New Prints of Rome’s Finest Buildings; Rome-Palaces; -Churches; -Cathedrals; -Circus; -Public Baths; -Forums; -Monuments; -Gods & Emperor’s; Examples of Rome’s Finest Buildings; Examples of Old Restored and New Buildings Criteria; Perspective Drawing of Shadows; Romanesque & British Architecture; British Gothic 12th C-20th Century Buildings; Woodworking & Joinery Plans; Baroque Design 1600-1750; GB -Large Houses; -Ex Abbey’s; -Castles; -Halls; -Manors; -Mansions; Georgian Architecture 1714-1830; WALKCHESTER -Roman Past & Present; -Tourism & Shopping; WALKCHESTER; -Street-Architecture History; City wall & Street Maps; Wheelchair Museums Map; Historical Design-Pattern; -Decoration; -Ornamental; -antique examples; -good & bad example of architecture; Doors & Doorways Designs; Art Nouveau Doors; Examples of Human Creative Individualism; Collective religion community buildings; Alhambra Mediaeval Castle and Baths; Ancient; buildings were painted in Bright Colours; Byzantine Art; Irish Early Christian Art; Wooden Bar Sections; Staircase Handrails Plans; Bishop’s Lloyd’s House 1615; Watergate Rows; Norman Carved Mouldings; Gables and Carved Wood Panels; Ceilings; floors and walls; ornamental; Complex Roof Structures with Skylights Plans; Designing Staircases; Handrails for Every Occasion and Situation; Mosaics-Greek; -Roman; The Doric; Ionic and Corinthian order; Hampton Court Palace; Tudor Chimneys; Reinforcement of Mankind’s Creativity; Active Risk Assessments
All architectural historians have different viewpoints have a passion for their country’s need to record their heritage in an ever-changing world.
Why? See Djenne, Mali, Mankind’s Creativity, Chapter 18.
Our DNA tells us we thrive on decoration from cave to palace, even on our own bodies.
From mutilation, or makeup to costume, just to be different. Some individuals have a strong desire to dress-up to show-off, from the very poor to the so-called rich. It is an innermost greed in mankind’s religion to show-off. The good architect tries to smooth out these excesses, against the here today and gone tomorrow. And to travel the world does really broaden the mind.
A good example is the BBC’s Michael Portillo, our modern-day Bradshaw evangelist, talks about how good HE think’s something is. Positively, he meets people and places.
These are the real gems, the richness of small countries and their heritage.
My “Art & Design in Architecture: made visible”, is my journey through time as a European’s view on history. I would like to see all the corners of humanity from Africa to Asia and all countries in-between, that is someone else’s challenge.
We acknowledge the good work our National Trust and English-Heritage are helping to preserve and restore the many buildings they are responsible for. One of the areas we all need to solve is the ever-increasing danger to FIRE. Here at Mumfordbooks we give FREE sample downloads with each eBook, enjoy.



Still points: Photo essays by Jonathan Brandstater

by Jonathan Brandstater

“Still points” is a series of photographs with brief captions. Most of the pictures show an aspect of Nature.



Collection of Vietnamese women’s Long dress – AO DAI

by Robert E. Jefferson

Collection of Vietnamese women’s Long dress – AO DAI



Beauty of Lilies 2

by Luke Laing

Beauty of Lilies 2



Crooks and Nannies

by Greg Liles

Crooks and Nannies, is an intricately woven detective-thriller that begins in the sleepy southern Illinois village of Warrentown – at a time when Shelby and Rob, high-school sweethearts, realize they have made a mistake – and ends in Omaha where nearly everyone comes sooner or later.

In penance for his part of the crime, Rob is sent away in a new Corvette to finish college and upon graduation to assume a well-paying position in his father’s bank. Shelby, denied the role of motherhood at that time, and for all times, her baby adopted away at birth, her uterus damaged in the process, ran off with another boy.

While things went well for Rob, they took a downturn for Shelby. She and Taylor, her new boyfriend, whom she never did quite come to love, worked the parking lots of truck stops that sat along I-80, across Iowa. Her title: “Whore,” did nothing for their relationship, but it did provide steady income until Shelby changed careers and became a nanny.

Hired by “Network Nannies,” Shelby began stealing small jewelry items and change from the homes of those where she worked. She got the idea she would case the homes and Taylor would rob them. It sounded like a good plan until they got caught and were run out of Iowa City by a very disgruntled father.

Shelby then started working for Marshall and Trudy, owners of a five-star restaurant, “The Marshall’s Office,” watching their five-year old son Tanner. Shelby was sure her lost child had been a girl, but when instantly seeing the resemblance between Tanner and Rob, she snooped, as thieves often do, and found adoption papers stowed away at the back of Trudy’s closet that told that Tanner was first hers.

Things start going a little south in Warrentown after Rob puts together his two’s and realizes his father, Robert, is actually his stepfather, and the one who chased away his birth father, and also the one to foster the adoption of his and Shelby’s child. Further investigation reveals that Robert supports a black-market baby adoption service, “Heavenly Blessings,” by giving illegal loans to prospective parents who purchase their bundles-of-joy using the “special placement plan” that the agency provides.

Reading private papers, he finds in Robert’s desk, Rob learns who is real father is, who the adoptive parents of his child are, and that his stepfather is a murderer. He goes to meet his birth father and his child’s adoptive parents to ask them to testify against Robert in an attempt to bring down the illegal baby sales market.

Meanwhile, Shelby plans to kidnap Tanner. She gets Taylor to agree and then later changes her mind, but is surprised when Taylor says he’s going through with it anyway. At the open house, celebrating the tenth-year for Marshall and Trudy’s restaurant, Shelby is shot trying to protect Tanner, while a policeman, unaware of what is going on at the time, who is having dinner with his soon-to-be fiancée, responds when shots are fired.

Included in this tangle of suspense is a pregnant young hooker named Scarlet, a cop named Charlie Davidson, Field Agent #3 (a man who procures newborns for the illegal adoption agency), crack-heads, murderers, friends and loved ones of all the above, and two young children. Some lives end, while others take on new meaning, and all become intertwined within a complex relationship that shouts how small the world really is and whispers of sex, power, violence, and murder, when it all threatens to unravel.

This book is a work of fiction. The characters, events, and places portrayed in this book are products of the author’s imagination and are fictitious or used fictitiously. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead is purely coincidental and not intended by the author.



Celtic Britain KINDLE eBook – 31 Pages

by Michael Mumford

Full 31 page: Brief Pre-History of the Celts 3000BC-1200 Bronze Age, gradually Iron Age developed by 700 BC early evidence of Celts burying their iron swords with their dead. Over the last few years 1000’s of coins and rare objects have also been found, helping to trace the missing social and trading areas. We start with Stonehenge our most impressive prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 3.2 kilometres (2.0 miles) west of Amesbury and 13 kilometres (8.1 miles) north of Salisbury. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones. It is at the centre of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds. Some say they are aligned to the stars, with our sun the principle witness. Mankind learns new skills working in ever larger family groups. Spiritual culture can only grow in times when you have food and shelter and additional time to think and plan for a better life. Early humans of all races helped each other to survive by hunter gathering. The mining of tin and copper was equally indispensable to the people of old. When man emerged from the age in which his only tools and weapons were of stone, and began to use metal, his first metal was bronze. This is not found in the earth, but has to be manufactured. It is an alloy of copper and tin, the tin being added to the copper to give a harder product. Gold and silver for ritual objects for priests and chieftains were made in large numbers. Coins in bronze helped trading to expand. Julius Caesar invaded southern Britain in BC 55 and 54, the Romans began their second conquest of Britain in 43 AD, and lasted for nearly 400 years.



big travel on beachs (German Edition)

by Bernette Brittney

big travel on beachs



å®?ç?§ãªæ?²ç·?ã??æ?ã¤ã??ã?§ã?¢ã?ªã?¼ã?»ã??ã??ã?¼Fairy Hony With Perfect Curves 999 (German Edition)

by Martynne Annnora

Fairy Hony With Perfect Curves



The Star Wars Drawing Book for Kids: Learn How to Draw Star Wars with the Easy and Fun Step-by-Step Guide

by Raphael Marino

Children do not become artists overnight. There are a number of different things which help them improve their drawing skills. Without practice, they will not improve. Without dedication, their technique will not develop. And without a simple, step-by-step guide like this one, which is designed to make drawing fun, they will not be passionate.

One important thing to remember is that no child will create perfect sketches. When we are younger, it is in our nature to be messy and to experiment as we learn. This means that as a parent or guardian, teaching your children to draw requires a lot of patience.

It is likely that your children will want to produce quality drawings straight away and may become frustrated when they cannot do this as well as you can. This is why having a guide such as this one is so important. It teaches kids that learning to draw does not happen at once – much like drawing itself, it is a gradual build up to a final result.

Therefore, the instructions in this book will not only teach children important skills and techniques – it will allow them to have fun whilst they learn, so much so that they will improve without really noticing that they are practicing!



Frozen Seas – Relaxing Oceanscapes V16 (German Edition)

by Brinn Mukund

Frozen Seas – Relaxing Oceanscapes V15



The Marine Creatures of the Lembeh Strait (Vol 1) (German Edition)

by Fanechka Kapor

The Marine Creatures of the Lembeh Strait



iPhone X, XS and XS Max Hacks: Complete iPhone X Setup Guide For Beginners

by Johnny Cott

Become an iPHONE X PRO in 30 minutes
The iPhone X combined with the excellent and powerful iOS 12 software provide you with the world’s most awesome super technology in your hands. Many iPhone users have good knowledge about the basic features of this Apple device but become apprehended with most of the cool secrets embedded in the iPhone X.

Most times, we search the internet for these tricks with little or no success but you are assured that the end has come for your endless search.

The author has compiled all the tips and tricks of the iPhone X, XS and XS Max in this concise and comprehensive guide.

You will discover myriad of tricks and tips you can implement immediately with your iPhone X in order to maximize the functionality of your device. Also, you will learn best ways to use the iOS 12 and utilize the Apple device as a powerful organization, productivity and communication tool.

With the non-technical, easy-to-comprehend and concise approach of this guide, every beginner can discover the best out of the iOS 12 operating system with iCloud.

The book has done justice to all iPhone X models including but not limited to XS and XS Max.
So with this guide on your hands, you got no fear even if you are not tech-savvy. Get it NOW and enjoy your mobile world as a Pro!



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