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Dozens of clever doodling exercises & ideas for dog people
by Gemma Correll
Quarto Publishing Group – Walter Foster
Walter Foster Publishing
Arts & Photography , Crafts & Hobbies
Pub Date 26 Jun 2018
One thing I love about dogs is their variety of appearances and personalities. Gemma Correll does a great job capturing the variety of dog types and expressions, and teaching people how to recreate their pets. It’s fun to doodle ordinary and extraordinary dogs, dogs with costumes, dogs with hats. The prompts and the techniques allow just about anyone to create adorable doodles of dogs. Doodled Dogs makes a perfect gift for dog lovers of all ages. It’s a fun book plain and simple.
5 / 5
I received a copy of Doodled Dogs from the publisher and Netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review.
Doodling for Dog People is packed with creative prompts, fun canine facts, and step-by-step doodling projects for the dog-lover in you--the perfect book for on-the-go artists.
In Doodling for Dog People, beloved artist and illustrator Gemma Correll provides inspiration and ideas for doodling a variety of different dog breeds in a fun, quirky style. From a Yorkshire Terrier and Gemma’s signature Pug to a Greyhound and Standard Poodle, doodle enthusiasts will Learn to draw and doodle all their favorite canine companions, in addition to anthropomorphic dogs, canines in costumes, and even dogs in hats! A bonus project demonstrates how to create your own dog-doodled mug, plus, this compact hardcover book makes the perfect gift for on-the-go creative types and dog lovers alike.