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<i>Drawing Made Easy: A Helpful Book for Young Artists</i> is an instructional guide written by Edwin George Lutz. Lutz's book is intended to be an instructional for beginning artists. The book begins with a very brief introduction that features the tools required for successful drawing. While intended as a how-to guide, the book contains very little text. Instead, the pages of Lutz's book are primarily composed of step-by-step guides to drawing very specific items. Christmas trees, campfires, thrushes, pansies, storks, pigs, babies, and automobiles are only some of the items detailed in this book. A standard page features a brief explanatory paragraph and a series of steps in drawing an item, from designing the outline to filling in the details.<br><br>Lutz's book is clearly intended for the beginning artist with little to no experience. While the step-by-step nature of the instruction is appreciated, the book at times does lack textual explanation. Little detail is provided on topics such as shading and perspective, and while the reader will use both of these techniques, they may not be aware they are doing so.<br><br>Ultimately, <i>Drawing Made Easy</i> is a useful book as an individual's very first introduction to drawing, it is effective in guiding the reader from start to finish on a large number of drawings. This book can be recommended as a good starting point.