Posts Tagged: educational

The Urban Sketching Handbook: Drawing Expressive People by Róisín Curé

Another book from the Urban Sketching Handbook series! How can they make them all so interesting and full of new information?. I recently reviewed Techniques for Beginners from the same series and it had a dedicated chapter about drawing people.

The Urban Sketching Handbook: Drawing Expressive People by Róisín Curé

Another book from the Urban Sketching Handbook series! How can they make them all so interesting and full of new information?. I recently reviewed Techniques for Beginners from the same series and it had a dedicated chapter about drawing people.

You’re On Mute by Jo Hoare

Never thought I would be reading a book about video chatting, but here I am. Google books classifies it as Humour while Amazon has it in their Business Culture category. I say it belongs to both. Have a laugh while

You’re On Mute by Jo Hoare

Never thought I would be reading a book about video chatting, but here I am. Google books classifies it as Humour while Amazon has it in their Business Culture category. I say it belongs to both. Have a laugh while

Underground Cities by Mark Ovenden

I had no idea there’s so much past and future underneath our feet. This is the book you want to read first if you are ever curious about sub-surface human-made structures in mayor cities around the world. It has a

Underground Cities by Mark Ovenden

I had no idea there’s so much past and future underneath our feet. This is the book you want to read first if you are ever curious about sub-surface human-made structures in mayor cities around the world. It has a

The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek

A bit about the author The first time I heard about Simon Sinek was from his TEDtalk about leadership (which is the third most watched talk on tedtalk.com) and after that I kept getting recommendations on Youtube for more of

The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek

A bit about the author The first time I heard about Simon Sinek was from his TEDtalk about leadership (which is the third most watched talk on tedtalk.com) and after that I kept getting recommendations on Youtube for more of

Let’s Talk in Traveling Japanese by Nihongo Inc, Iroriko (Illustrator)

I want to learn Japanese and I’m always on the look out for books or resources that can make it fun. The key to learning something challenging without high amounts of self-discipline is to make it as enjoyable as possible.

Let’s Talk in Traveling Japanese by Nihongo Inc, Iroriko (Illustrator)

I want to learn Japanese and I’m always on the look out for books or resources that can make it fun. The key to learning something challenging without high amounts of self-discipline is to make it as enjoyable as possible.

Learn to Paint in Acrylics with 50 More Small Paintings by Mark Daniel Nelson

It contains 50 step-by-step tutorials for creating small paintings like the ones you see on the cover, but here’s the catch: you are not just painting random images, each tutorial teaches you a mini art lesson. The best part? you don’t even feel like you are struggling to learn something new.

Learn to Paint in Acrylics with 50 More Small Paintings by Mark Daniel Nelson

It contains 50 step-by-step tutorials for creating small paintings like the ones you see on the cover, but here’s the catch: you are not just painting random images, each tutorial teaches you a mini art lesson. The best part? you don’t even feel like you are struggling to learn something new.

Mindful Artist: Sumi-e Painting by Virginia Lloyd-Davies

Sumi-E is a great way to practice mindful, meditative art through brush strokes and different dilutions of ink. Virginia Lloyd-Davies’ book is educational but even more so, inspirational.

Mindful Artist: Sumi-e Painting by Virginia Lloyd-Davies

Sumi-E is a great way to practice mindful, meditative art through brush strokes and different dilutions of ink. Virginia Lloyd-Davies’ book is educational but even more so, inspirational.

Dracopedia Field Guide by William O’Connor

This is my second review for a book by the late William O’connor, his Dracopedia books are a door to a vast and fantastical land full of all types of dragons from around the world. The book is divided into

Dracopedia Field Guide by William O’Connor

This is my second review for a book by the late William O’connor, his Dracopedia books are a door to a vast and fantastical land full of all types of dragons from around the world. The book is divided into

Portfolio: Beginning Composition by Kimberly Adams

With only 128 pages, this book is easy to read and holds a lot of information to get you started creating more appealing paintings. Great for beginners.

Portfolio: Beginning Composition by Kimberly Adams

With only 128 pages, this book is easy to read and holds a lot of information to get you started creating more appealing paintings. Great for beginners.