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May 2017

Whether it’s a planet, a rocket ship, or an astronaut there are ways of simplifying a subject to capture the feel of it. Try and copy these space-themed objects to create your own space odyssey adventure…

Top Tip! A good way to start is to draw the main line that supports an object. So, for an alien creature, say, begin by drawing the shape of his body, and then you can start to add legs, arms, eyes, antennae and other details.

The Story of Space.
 Published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books £12.99.
Text by Catherine Barr and Steve Williams 2017
Illustrations (c) Amy Husband 2017
Age 5+ bubble

Draw 500 Things from Space.
Published by Quarry Books £8.99
Text and Illustrations (c) Studio SSS 2016

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