365 days of drawing art book

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365 days of drawing art book

365 Days of Drawing: Sketch and Paint Your Way Through the Creative Year by Lorna Scobie

Get lost in your creativity with 365 Days of Drawing, a thoughtful and inspiring art journal designed to help you carve out moments of self-expression. Lorna shows you that drawing does not have to be scary – it can be done with any materials, in any color, in any style and can be done anywhere.

Each activity has been given a loose category: imagination, tutorial, relaxation, color theory, and observational, so that you can practice a broad range of drawing skills. Each theme is designed to expand your creative skills and spark the artist within.  With helpful prompts and pages that encourage you to try new materials to draw with, 365 Days of Drawing is guaranteed to stir your imagination and put a little creativity into every single day.
File Name: 365 days of drawing art book.zip
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Published 04.02.2019


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I was also very excited to hear about their Pentalic Challenge! Pentalic was created to encourage wanna-be sketchers, painters, artists, and more to practice creativity a little bit every day throughout the year. With commitment, it's amazing how quickly skills, passions, and inspiration can develop—and it doesn't have to be a major commitment! I am proof that you don't have be an artist or especially creative to "do" art. My scratchmade journal began as I sketched and painted while cooking dinner or watching my children play.

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If you're looking for the best illustration books, you're in the right place. Whether you're a beginner or more established artist, we've rounded up 10 must-read books for illustrators in this essential list. You'll find titles that give an overview of the history of illustration; instructional books to help you master the fundamentals of the craft; and books that'll help when you're struggling for inspiration. Whether you're a hobbyist, art student, freelancer or a studio professional, every book here is essential reading and do so much more than just explore how to draw. Read on for our 10 must-read illustration books, or if you're after something more general, try these drawing books.


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