09/12/2016 10:31

The Art Before Breakfast Workbook is Out!


#MondayMotivation to start being more creative has never been easier–Art Before Breakfast: The Workbook is out! Sketchbook Skool co-founder Danny Gregory‘s latest book keeps your creativity going with simple sketching tutorials and prompts, with pages and spaces for you to draw on (so you can’t say you didn’t have a sketchbook with you). This fun, information-filled workbook is for anyone who’d love to draw and be more creative, but thinks they can’t because ______ (fill in the blank with any excuse; this book will escort them gently but firmly out the door, so you can start having fun). Think 30 days of sketching, seeing the world with an artist’s eyes, and finding meaning in each of your beautiful moments. All you need is a pen–oh, and Art Before Breakfast: The Workbook, which you can get by clicking here.

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