This book is full of pointers on drawing, on creating something on paper with ink. There are a lot of ideas on what to draw , when (now) to draw but not how to draw. Every page feels like a call to put pen to paper.
The text is typeset in a handwriting font, which might make it hard to read for long periods of time. The good thing is this book can be picked up and read in portions from any page.
It's a very inspirational and motivating book to read, especially when in a artist block. As I finish the book, I begin to see objects in life differently. Everyone can have that creative license, as suggested by the book title.
Currently, there are over 60 positive reviews on Amazon. The negative ones claimed the author had political intent in the book.
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