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I Can’t Draw {book review}

I Can't Draw {book review}

If you’ve ever thought that you’re not creative or can’t draw then I have a great book review to share with you today. I Can’t Draw: this book will prove that you can by Lydia Crook contains 60 fun and quirky art activities for all ages.

I Can't Draw {book review}

I Can’t Draw {book review}

I Can’t Draw: this book will prove that you can, is a fun and interactive workbook for all ages that teaches the basic elements of drawing, sees illustrator Lydia Cook provide beginners with 60 quirky art activities to teach them how to draw. These include lessons on:

  • continuous line drawing
  • drawing with dots
  • hatching
  • making patterns
  • creating 3-D objects
  • contouring and shading
  • drawing perspective and movement
  • and more surprising activities such as drawing with cotton wool and other unusual mark markers

I Can't Draw {book review}

It’s a really lovely, practical book. An activity book that is designed to help you learn new ways of looking, noticing, doodling and squiggling. Whilst working through the pages you will soon be excited about the endless possibilities of a fresh blank page!

I Can't Draw {book review}

This book is published by Ivy Press next month, priced £12.99.


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    Tanita Taylor
    February 24, 2020 at 10:29 am

    This looks like such a lovely book. I love that it gives you new ways of looking and drawing. So lovely. Great review xxx

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    Kim Carberry
    February 24, 2020 at 8:50 pm

    This looks like a great book. My youngest really loves drawing but sometimes lacks the confidence. This looks like it would be brilliant for her. What a great idea x

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    February 25, 2020 at 2:26 pm

    This looks like a great book and I was definitely not gifted with the artist gene, drawing a stickman is about as much ability as I have!

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