Our price: $28.95
Finally, a collection of volumes 1, 2, and 3 all on one CD-ROM! Complete-A-Sketch 123 will allow parents to print as many copies of each assignment as needed. With one inexpensive CD-ROM every child can learn how to sketch orthographic, isometric, and perspective drawings. Plus there are additional special projects included on the CD-ROM that will help prepare your child for the advanced CD-ROM.
Ideal for Use with Multiple Children
Complete-A-Sketch 123 is ideal for family use with multiple children or with children who need multiple opportunities to master this skill. The Complete-A-Sketch books have always been a family favorite; now Complete- A-Sketch 123 is available for the next generation. For best results some projects will require the use of some simple drafting-related tools: straight edge, French curve, or flexible curve.
Format: CD, PDF
Primary Projects: 78
Lessons: 78 + Bonus Materials
Author: Melvin G. Peterman
Publisher: Insight Technical Education
Made In: USA
A computer with a CD drive, Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 or higher installed.
It’s another great way to introduce art skills
I loved these books 15 years ago when I homeschooled... and recently bought this great CD version for my grandchildren (middle and elementary school) and my adult special needs son. It’s easy to print copies... my son just finished #1 and can’t wait to start #2 and the grands are just getting into #1. We love this approach. It’s brilliant!
Alice (art teacher)
So far, it's been a little difficult for my daughter. I wish it was a bit more instructive for those of us not skilled in this industry. That being said, I can definitely see the benefit in the product. Not either of our favorites, but challenges are always a good thing in our household. It gives us a chance to work out problem solving skills!
I wish that this was more of an instructional book instead of print and draw pages; however, my children have enjoyed working on the images this year.
My daughter is going through Complete-A-Sketch but I'm not sure she's actually learning anything. The directions are very few and vague, so we're really not sure what to do with it.