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  • Broché: 304 pages
  • Editeur : Chronicle Books; Édition : Ntb (15 avril 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0811876446
  • ISBN-13: 978-0811876445
  • Dimensions du produit: 2,3 x 19,1 x 25,4 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Faster shipping than announced first, professional seller. Good paper quality, the coloring book is really fun (try to draw the Queen Victoria).
Highly recommended.
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Par Nancy C. on 11 janvier 2012
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Vous vous ennuyez ? Vous ne savez pas qui dessiner dans votre carnet de croquis ? Achetez donc ce livre ! Ses pages sont divisées en deux, en trois ou en quatre, parfois entière, et chacune de ces section comporte un nom de chose à dessiner, en anglais. Parfois ce sera assez facile (une bague en diamant), rigolo (un canard en plastique), et parfois vous devrez chercher dans votre dictionnaire (Rolling pin ? C'est donc un rouleau à pâtisserie !). Parfois vous resterez perplexe. Dessiner une coupe de cheveux ? Euh...

Et il y a 642 choses à dessiner !
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A Really Fantastic Idea / Heirloom in the Making 7 juin 2011
Par Ally B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The bad reviews on this book are really unfair. They are basically the equivalent of saying:
"I thought I was buying an orange.
I was actually buying an apple.
And, dang it!, it doesn't taste anything like an orange!!"

If you pay attention to what you are buying and even go so far as to take advantage of the handy-dandy "look inside" feature on this site, then you won't be disappointed in what you get.

This is a book of IDEAS of things to draw and spaces in which to do so. It's a fantastic way to engage the imagination and make an artist in a rut think outside the box. Many, MANY artists get into the habit of drawing the same subjects over and over again. A book with 642 suggestions of (often) off-the-wall ideas will force such people to go in a different direction.

I understand that some people are looking for a "how to" book, but what better way to learn to draw than to simply sit down and do it? Having someone set up a step-by-step example of how to draw a particular object is all good and well if you want to draw exactly like somebody else. But developing your own style of art requires you to look at things with your own eye and figure them out yourself. If you want to encourage your young budding artist to draw, please don't shy away from this book. It will be exactly what they need!

As for the actually physical construction: The book is, itself, really nice. The cover is sturdy. (I'm not sure what they call the material... It's not actually paper, but it's not a hardback, either.) The paper is nice, very smooth, and stands up well to different mediums. So far we have used ink and a variety of markers and have not had any problems with the colors bleeding through the paper. I am going to try some carefully applied watercolors in it to mix things up, but the paper will not likely hold up under much more than that. It will have its limits. It is a nice sized book. I expected it to be quite small, sort of a travel journal sort, but at about 7.5x9 inches, it's more substantial than that. This was good news for me.

I took another reviewers suggestion and use this as a sort of guest book for our home, in which visitors are asked to draw a random picture and sign and date it. When this book is all filled up, I believe it will be one of my most treasured possessions and a family heirloom.
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Not sure what to make of this ... it's actually kind of brilliant. 9 août 2011
Par M. Flaig - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book really threw me off when I first opened it.

I knew from the "Look Inside" feature that the book consisted of just what it says: "642 Things to Draw." The pages consist of a drawing prompt(s), with a space underneath the prompt where you draw the item. The pages vary as to the number of prompts and spaces -- some pages are divided vertically with a prompt for each column. Some are divided into four squares with a prompt for each square, some into three horizontal rows, etc.

The prompts are small and understated, and include such things as "a giraffe", "a saint", "first love", "a rollercoaster", "a real estate agent", "cat whiskers."

When I opened the book I immediately looked for an introduction. Even just a paragraph or two addressed to the reader, explaining how to use the book (I know it's obvious, but I'm a stickler for instructions). Or, if not explaining how to use the book, at least providing some sample drawings. Or even a simple: "dive in and have fun -- there are no rules." Just ... something!

But there was nothing. I thought I was missing it! I looked in the front, carefully separating the opening pages in case they were sticking together. Nothing. The book starts with its first prompt: "a rolling pin." I wanted to know if I should find a rolling pin and draw it by looking at it, or draw a rolling pin from my head, or find a picture of a rolling pin and draw from the picture. I wanted to know things like, why 642? Why is the book set up as it is? etc.

I even looked in the back, thinking I'd find SOME kind of message there. Still nothing.

This was really bothering me ... until it dawned on me: The author is making a point to keep this book simple simple simple -- there isn't even an author's name on the cover. The whole point of the book is KEEP IT SIMPLE. This way, the reader/drawer is encouraged to focus solely on the prompts and our imaginations.

I realized that the author is saying, "It's up to you how to use this book. It's up to you whether or not to draw from a picture, from real life, or from your imagination. You don't need an introduction to tell you that. Just draw."

I also realized that my confusion resulted from this being marketed and designed as a book book, rather than a sketchbook. It looks like a book that you read. For me, I think this book would be better if it were designed as a sketchbook, with spiral binding and drawing paper. And if the title included the words "a sketchbook" after "642 Things to Draw."

Other than that, I'm intrigued and a bit delighted with the author's creativity and tenacity in how he/she designed this book. Most importantly, I'm excited to dive in and just draw.
25 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
lots of opportunities 6 décembre 2010
Par lhillebr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Even though there is not much to this book, there are plenty of fun and interesting things to do with it. I use it as a table piece and every time a guest comes over they have to open to a random page and draw whatever it says. Also its a good ice breaker for an art class were the first five minutes are dedicated to drawing a different thing. It is also a nice time filler when riding the subway or bus or on long trips to keep you occupied!
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great idea for a sketchbook, good quality material as well 3 juin 2011
Par S. Ma - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I just got this book at my local Kinokuniya bookstore yesterday. I flipped through it and realized this is exactly what I need at this moment in time: a sketch journal to help me broaden my "visual dictionary". There are a lot of prompts/ideas/objects/concepts in here that I never would have thought to draw randomly--I mainly draw people as my preferred choice of subject--so this is perfect for me since I want to be able to know how to draw all kinds of different objects on the fly, without having to think too long or hard about it. Making myself go through a couple of pages in this book a day, researching what I can while I have free time, will definitely help me "see" all of these everyday and non-everyday things better, by having to actually transfer everything down onto paper. I'm going to think of this sketch journal as a way for me to teach myself "how to" draw all of these things, which is much better in my opinion than having a book that tells you explicitly how to draw them (only practice and a constant drive to be better can really teach you "how to" draw anything anyway).

The paper quality is decent, not heavy Moleskine quality but not thin either. It's smooth and feels good to the touch. I drew on a random page with a Copic multiliner pen to test it out just now, and there's no bleeding, nor can I see any marks on the other side, which is great because I'm going to go through this entire thing with pen and ink!
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good coffee table book! 8 août 2011
Par Joshua K. Stroud - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is great! I leave it on my coffee table. Not only do my husband and I draw in it from time to time, it's now mandatory that our guests draw something before leaving. It is a great icebreaker and conversation piece. Fun for all ages!
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