"Very nice addition to my art book collection. Gave me some fresh ideas of presenting line drawing and how to show different lines and texture and fun ways to do lines." karen Zilkie- Nana said.
"I love this book. I have no imagination or drawing talent. There is nothing more intimidating to me than a blank sheet of paper! This book and the activities are greatly enjoyed by my grandson and I. Most of the time he wants to be playing some sort of ball game. But when I can get him to chill for awhile, we love to sit together and do a few of the drawing games. I love how they are open-ended with no exact goals to create. In fact, we often laugh at the crazy things we've put down on paper. He is super competitive, so having an activity were there are no "winners" is a good balance for him. I would highly recommend this book. I have been telling my other "grandma friends" about it." Pam said.
"Fun book - as a high school art teacher - these activities are quick, fast activities to fill in on a hectic schedule or a sub activity!" Melissa V. said.
"I'm an art teacher and teach at a small school district grade pre-k-12. This book is my go to for when I have a substitute. The lessons are cleaver and have detailed step by step instructions with visuals." Jeanie Beanie said.
"Disappointed as it is geared to older children and was not age specific in the details or description." Leah G said.
"There were several fun ideas in this book that I would use in my elementary art classroom." M. Cunningham said.
"Fun book, although my daughter and I have not been using it much; she's really into adult coloring books right now.
The project look fun and interesting." Rachel S said.