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Summary  Drawn In 109 è Sketchbooks offer a fascinating glimpse into private pages where artists brainstorm doodle develop and work on ideas and keep track of their musings Artists use these journals to document their daily lives produce their initial ideas for bigger projects and practice their skills Using a variety of media from paint to pencil to collagSketchbooks offer a fascinating glimpse into private pages where artists brainstorm doodle develop and work on ideas and keep track of their musings Artists use these journals to document their daily lives produce their initial ideas for bigger projects and practice their skills Using a variety of media from paint to pencil to collage these pages can become works. There is nothing like looking at the interior of a sketchbook to get your creative artistic juices flowing Especially someone else's And especially when that person makes their living from their art For me it's mind blowing When you look at your own there's a bit of you that has a huge satisfaction at the work that's been put on the pages and inevitably there's surprise too Sometimes you really make some wonderful stuff or catch a moment or expression and it's such a treat to see it When it's art in the raw form it's pretty cool to see knowing it will lead to something fantastic The creative process is one of those things that never ceases to amaze me actually This book a spin off of the successful blog site Book By It's Cover covers some great and successful artists It covers all sorts of artistic focus and there's an artistic type for everyone's tastes that will be sure to make you drool I especially liked how it's been formatted and the uestions that she asked of the artists about using sketchbooks their influences and styles All thought provoking It's an artist's treasure trove to be sure Well worth the read and probably would be a good one to have on the shelf when you need that bit of push to get going

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Of art themselves They often feel fresh and alive because they are first thoughts and often not reworked These pages capture the artist's personalities along with glimpses of their process of working and inspirationsIn Drawn In you can take a peek inside the sketchbooks of 44 high profile amazingly talented artists as they discuss their collections and how they us. As someone who has kept a sketchbook on and off for many years I've always been drawn to other people's sketchbooks what do they use them for How do they interact with the pages Do they have the same anxiety I do about that first blank page Do they ever tear pages out This lovely volume asks these sorts of uestions of 44 artists and reproduces images from their sketchbooks It's a gorgeous book and pawing through the pages reading all about how these artists feel about their sketchbooks is a delightful treat This is one I'll keep returning to and enjoying for ages

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Drawn InE them Featuring a spectrum of creators from illustrators and fine artists to graphic designers and cartoonists this books offers an inside full color glimpse into pages filled with pencil and pen sketches thumbnail drawings unpublished comics elaborate collages loose clippings and much Become inspired by these incredible artists and the pages they share in Drawn. I thought this book was just alright I enjoyed getting a peek into sketchbooks of various artists The written content wasn't that great though I enjoyed the interviews in the beginning since they were informative I actually read about the themes in their work and what inspires them However these were the exceptions as I soon found The answers of the later artists were less informative and some were just run of the mill uirkiness I say run of the mill because it seemed common when they were probably trying to be different I recommend it for the visual content but the answers in the interview portion dropped in uality I actually don't know if I should fault the uestions or the answers Either way the interview portion excelled in the beginning and it was a slog to read later on