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.
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.
Great way to introduce and teach drafting skills. My child loves the drawing and the cues provided to help her identically reproduce the drawings. A bit difficult at first to understand what was it's purpose and how to get it to work. After understanding, it is quite easy to use.