Unlike the other reviewer, who thought this was an instructional drawing book, I thought it was a great and creative book. This book is perfect for artists or people who just don't feel very creative. When you are having artists block or just can't think of anything when working on something creative, take out the book. Start drawing, writing, coloring, whatever. Gets the creative juices flowing and get you out of that writer's or artist's block. This however really isn't for kids, in my opinion. These are, as the previous reviewer said, blank pages with words to draw from. I would suggest one of the doodle books by Andrew Pinder. Those have little pictures and text for kids to draw from and add to. Anyway for those adults or teens who want to be creative or just can't get those creative juices flowing, definitely recommend this book for ya. :D
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Looks exactly like it
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Pretty accurate
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Don't know about here. Got mine from urban outfitters
A follow-up to the wildly popular 642 Things to Draw, this guided sketchbook offers a whole new batch of offbeat, clever, and endlessly absorbing drawing prompts. From the deceptively simple (how to sketch dust bunnies?) to the refreshingly quirky (a boom box, a nose), this addictive journal is packed with inspiration for budding artists and experienced sketchers alike. This description is very deceiving. From reading, I thought it was a step by step how to draw book. It was only blank pages with the name of something to draw. I was very disappointed and actually sent the book back.
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Not accurate at allDe