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Check out the next issue of Draw the Marvel Way out on July 6th featuring the Norse God of Thunder, the Mighty Thor! This issue comes with a set square to add to your artist kit to perfect those Asgardian lines. Issue 14 also features the theory of drawing headgear worn by some iconic Marvel characters including Magneto, Sutur and Thor’s brother Loki! Who are you most looking forward to drawing from this epic issue? You can find all our issues online so check back in next week to bag yourself a copy! http://bit.ly/29afizk
Anne Brown has shared her favourite block of the collection so far with us! We think she's done a fantastic job. What has been your favourite block to sew?
By now, you have probably used every sort of mark-making in the book – cross-hatching, scumbling, stippling, zig-zag – but have you ever tried combining mark-making textures to make a real statement in your artwork?
Missing issues in your collection? Don't fret! You can order them from our online shop! http://bit.ly/1tg1msZ
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