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Kawaii Doggies

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As a dog lover, I was so excited for this. I love to doodle and get crafty but my physical skills don't always represent what I create in my mind. However Kawaii Dogs turned me into a Kawaii professional and I hope they come out with many more Kawaii Animal series!

Thank you Olive Yong and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC copy of this fun book

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The most adorable little book! The cute illustrations and easy to understand instructions reduce frustration experienced by untalented artists like me to the bare minimum. Wonderful!

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What about Kawaii Kitties? I really need one as I am a cat mom at the moment. But let’s wait for that.

I love this Kawaii Doggies so much! How to draw for each dog breed! It’s so fun and easy. Each page is dedicated to one particular dog breed and I really appreciate it.

Love the presentation. It feels like my birthday and you will surely feel like this if you love dogs, love cute books, and easy to practice guidebooks like this!

Thank you, Quarto Publishing Group - Rock Point, for the advance reading copy.

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I am not an artist by any means, however I still enjoy attempting to draw and doodle. This book is full of super cute dogs and is easy to follow. It makes it easy to draw even for someone who was not blessed with artistic abilities. There is a variety of breeds as well as different poses to draw the dogs in. Very cute drawings! This would also make a great gift. Easy enough for kids to use as well.

Thanks to Netgalley and Quarto Publishing Group for a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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What a “Kawaii” (the Japanese concept of cuteness) book! It’s the 7th and latest in the series of drawing books of super cute and cuddly things and perfect for young artists (older doodlers, too). The step by step method makes it so easy to follow. In a few easy instructions, suddenly you have a sleepy bulldog or a smiley retriever. Also great for rainy days with Grandma who owns lots of paper and pens. This could also be a great basket stuffer at Easter time (near the publication date). I remember being SO impressed when my grandmother’s friend taught me to draw Bugs Bunny, but now my kids impress me with drawings of poodles (lots of poodles and doodle pups — guess what kind of doggies we have!) 5 stars! I’m going to look for the other books in this adorable series by Olive Jong (including “ Kawaii Kitties”.)

Thank you to Quarto Publishing Group/Rock Point and NetGalley for an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review!

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I absolutely adored the step by step guide. With the step by step drawings, I could easily follow everything so I could try it out myself. Really recommend this for people who are interested in learning to draw kawaii doggies in a well explained way.

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