The Scribble Diary: My Brain Right Now

The Scribble Diary: My Brain Right Now

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by Lisa Currie
     
 
Welcome to your own playful, personal doodling space.

Release your thoughts.
Make a memory collage.
Draw your dreams.
Reflect on your day.

What’s in your brain right now?

Overview

Welcome to your own playful, personal doodling space.

Release your thoughts.
Make a memory collage.
Draw your dreams.
Reflect on your day.

What’s in your brain right now?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780399537455
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/01/2012
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
183,702
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 7.49(h) x 0.49(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Lisa Currie is an illustrator and street artist who encourages self-expression and collaboration through doodling. She also collects hand-drawn interviews on her blog The Scribble Project. Her hometown is Melbourne, Australia but she's probably not there right now. For more information see thescribblediary.com.

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The Scribble Diary: My Brain Right Now 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
emgoh More than 1 year ago
I'm enjoying using this book as a visual diary to just sort of record how a day went--I tend to be more visual in my communication and this is a much better outlet for me than a traditional diary format ever has been. I like that you don't have to go in order and can jump to any 2-page spread (each one has a place to note the date and time of your entry so it's easy to recall when something was drawn, written, etc.). I thought I'd use this just as an exercise to get through creative blocks now and then but have since found I look forward to opening it up at the end of a long day and lose myself in doodles and writing a bit. The only reason I didn't give my review all five stars is the quality of the paper. I really wish this had been printed on heavier paper. I doodle with a fairly fine point permanent black marker and sometimes like to do a light brush of some watercolor paint over the top. Unfortunately the marker can often be seen on back of the page and the paint (even with the bare minimum of moisture) roughs up the paper surface a lot. I didn't even try colored markers since the light drawing marker was already showing through. Perhaps colored pencils could be applied lightly, but I'd still prefer a sturdier paper. If the author decides to release another edition some day, perhaps the paper will be improved and more in line with what sketchers/doodlers/artists really like to work with. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago