E.G. Lutz and Drawing Made Easy
One year ago - By Gurney Journey
Edwin Lutz was the author of the first how-to book I ran across as a kid.
Lutz's great-great grand nephew has created a tribute website about his illustrious ancestor, who among other things inspired the young cartoonist Walt Disney to make moving drawings.
I wrote the following for the tribute section for the new website:
There was an old copy of Drawing Made Easy on the shelf of my home when I grew up. It belonged to my mom when she was little, and the cover was hanging on by a thread. When I was just 7 or 8 years old, I was fascinated right away by the funny character types and the old...
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