The title was so straightforward, so I liked it, so I picked it up... But it was a bit unfortunate that it didn't suit me. Creative drawingis
I always read books because I want to draw well, but I personally felt a little disappointed with this book. Honestly, it doesn't seem like a book for people like me. First of all, the book process itself starts easily and becomes increasingly difficult. However, it is said that it is a little disappointing without lectures by this author or someone who fully understands this book. Picture books from Japan come out so that they can learn enough on their own, but books mainly from the West are a bit disappointing in this part. Apart from the quality, it is a little difficult to study alone... It feels like reading a good textbook. Try it one by one~ It appears in the book like this, but it was difficult to erase the feeling of catching a floating cloud with this book itself.
But I could understand what the author wanted to say. The creative that the author thinks is a new pot! It doesn't seem to be made. The book focuses on repetition and change as a whole, but at first it starts really simple enough that I can do it, but I keep drawing this over and over, and then I start adding patterns and other changes to it... If you repeat this process, something tremendous Is coming out. And in order for the book to say this as a whole, the first part starts a bit simpler, but the content gets more complex and detailed as you go to the second half.
That's why I want to draw people well... If it's like this, this book doesn't seem right. In this book, how to draw just plainly... The weight of this part is not large. However, the title of the book'Creative' and'Drawing' seems to be a living book, so I think some people will like this book.