Doodling for Dog People

Doodling for Dog People by Gemma Correll

50 inspiring doodle prompts and creative exercises for dog lovers

Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781600584565
Publisher: Walter Foster
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Doodling for Dog People is designed to appeal to seasoned artists and doodle enthusiasts alike. Packed with more than 50 fun and inspirational prompts, doodling exercises, and canine-related factoids, professional illustrator Gemma Correll sparks the imagination and spurs canine lovers to explore, experiment, and brainstorm ways to draw and doodle their favorite furry friends with her cute and clever art style. The artist's simple, unique, and whimsical approach is sure to inspire, entertain, and guide artists of any skill level. Doodlers will find inspiration for drawing different types of dogs, dogs in outfits, dogs in action, and even doggie accessories. An interactive book, Doodling for Dog People demonstrates how to draw whimsical doggie doodles, while encouraging artists and doodle enthusiasts to develop their own style and techniques. With its portable format and plenty of open doodling pages, this quirky doodle book is perfect for on-the-go creative types.

Gemma Correll (www.gemmacorrell.com) is an illustrator originally from the UK, now based in Oakland, California. A graduate of the Norwich School for Art and Design, Gemma’s work has a strong narrative basis, and she specializes in hand-drawn comics, characters, illustrations, typography, and pattern. Gemma has exhibited all over the world, and she was the recipient of a Young Guns award from the Art Director’s Club of New York in 2010. Gemma is the author and illustrator behind the quirky “Doodling for…” series.

Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781600584565
Illustrations: 225 illustrations
Size: 6 in x 8.5 in x 0.5 in / 152.4 mm x 215.9 mm x 12.7 mm
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"It is sort of like an older version of activity/coloring books, in that it encourages drawing inside the book itself." - Cute Everything blog