Received how to draw Transformers Animated book yesterday

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  1. Sideswipe80

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    Good book. Wish it had more characters though. But it's very helpful. They have guides for the 5 core Autobots and Megs and Screamer. I hope they do more in the future for guys like Lugnut and Blitzwing. One of the best art books I own in my opinion.
     
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    Probably not as cool as The Ark book.
     
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    It's how to draw book. The Ark book is completely different, I own it as well.
     
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    Out of curiosity, what sort of process does it use to teach? Does it use a 'boxes and cylinders', framework kind of approach, or is it more like 'here's how to copy this picture of Bumblebee'?
     
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    They use cylindars. No tracing. It's good book.
     
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    That sounds good, then. I can't stand how-to guides that are basically "copy this line, then copy this line...".
     

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