|Two books that will devour your time in the happiest manner.|
Quite coincidentally, I also stumbled across this online yesterday, pictured beside an equally promising-looking version for the Zelda games. So, that's out there as well. It exists. This makes me happy.
Lee J. Ames' Draw 50 Whatevers books have been my friend since I was a wee girl. I recently found this one, Draw 50 Horses, at a thrift shop. We've had some good times together this week, me and Mr. Ames.
If you're searching for fun things to draw, you might pop into your local library and order in a few of these books. Or, just look in the children's area of the library for drawing books. The adult drawing books I've seen are all pine trees, pears, and exposition. The children's books have few if any words and show you how to draw fun things like dragons and cats and castles and horses. Lee J Ames and Chris Hart are my favorites. <3 And, you'll avoid the Google Images trap where you accidentally search through Google Images so long looking for a picture to draw that by the time you decide upon something, you're fresh out of time to actually draw it.