Category Archives: How to draw history

How to Draw an Aqueduct Real Easy

Another request, this time from Grace Liu, asking to draw an Aqueduct. This is never going to be the easiest drawing, but I’ve made it as easy as I can with step by sep instructions.

How to draw an Ancient Greek Pot

Learn how to draw an Ancient Greek Amphora Pot real easy with step by step instructions from Shoo Rayner, the author of Everyone Can Draw – the book that teaches you how to draw Real Easy, which is available on the 17th May. Pre-ordering now really helps to get the book noticed on Amazon, or you can order now, direct from me.

Get the Book here on Amazon in the UK    Here in the USA      Here in Canada    Or here direct from me, signed and with a free poster!

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Making a how to draw book

I’m currently working on a how to draw Ancient Greek Stuff book. I was really inspired to get on with it after a day spent with year 5/6 working on Ancient Greek themes. The children were so keen to draw ancient Greek stuff, but didn’t have much to show them how. So, I thought I should fill that gap. I’m currently about 2/3rds of the way through.

The artwork has proved to be more complicated that I thought would be.I suppose I’d be doing it the other way around if I were being commissioned, but as I’m going to publish the book myself, and have this book as the foundation of my new publishing empire (lol) I’m working in detail, page  by page to an overall plan.

In the meantime, I’m becoming a whizz at inDesign, the page layout program. I’m hoping to launch the book as a Kickstarter project, probably in February.