Art & Drawing Craft Books

I Can’t Draw! Book Review

Posted on March 26, 2020 by

I was recently sent I Can’t Draw! This Book Will Prove You Can for review. It’s an interactive workbook for all ages by Lydia Crook, a UK-based artist and paper engineer.

I Can't Draw! book review

I always consider myself a doodler and like having fun learning new things. This book is great for newbies and those looking to expand their skills. You do not need much more than a pencil, a pen, colored pencils, an eraser and some ink.

I Can't Draw! book review

This book is set up to be fun and not intimidating. Exercises are brief but full of info and enough challenge for you to have a good time and not feel frustrated. Some of the lessons remind me of things I did in art class but with out the stuffy professor breathing down my neck!

I Can't Draw! book review

I gave myself about 10 minutes per lesson so I would not stress out and try to outdo myself. You might need more or less time.

I Can't Draw! book review

Some of the lessons covered in the book is shading, textures, contouring and shadows. Each page is a new adventure with space to practice the lesson being taught. You can go in order or flip to something you are curious about.

I Can't Draw! book review

If you are looking to draw or improve your skills then pick up this book and try a lesson or two a day and see how much you can learn in such an entertaining way!

I Can’t Draw! is available now worldwide fromThe Book Depository, Amazon UK, and your local book store.

(Book was provided by Quarto for review but all words, photographs and opinions are my own.)

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