Doodle Book by John M. Duggan
  

Synopsis

Doodle Book by John M. Duggan

JUST DOODLE IT! Be creative and have fun.Draw whatever you want.Go crazy. Get silly. Be totally original. Every page is a new doodle idea!From employees stuck in boring meetings and presidents sitting with cabinet secretaries to kids on a long drive and students waiting for the lunch bell, everyone loves to doodle. But doodling can be much more than a way to pass the time. With pages that start a doodle and then invite the reader to finish it in a totally original way, this book offers doodlers a path to fun and creative discovery. Unlike coloring books that constrain the imagination by making readers stay within the lines, The Doodle Book encourages unlimited expression. It's filled with all types of doodle ideas, including friendly animals, silly people and funny scenarios. No matter how the doodle begins, each page is a fresh opportunity to draw something totally unique and exciting. And since this is only doodling, no drawing skills are needed. Doodling is about what one chooses to draw, not how well one draws it.

About the Author

John Duggan is a profesional illustrator who has done drawing for a number of Ulysses Press' covers. He lives in San Francisco, CA.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback

Author

John M. Duggan
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Publisher

Ulysses Press

Publication date

7th August 2008

ISBN

9781569756768


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