In 2014 to make drawing a more prominent part of my life I began sketching during my lunch break. Then early the next year I stumbled upon a subreddit called ""Reddit Gets Drawn, "" and I loved all the great submissions (along with the fact that they all were notified in the directions that they were giving rights to the artists so I wouldn't have to worry about copyright problems.)
When I first started the images were just fast sketches, usually doing at least 3 in an hour. Then I began to put more time into them, including work when I got home. That is when they got better. Now you can see them all from the beginning until October of 2017. Printing will be done via Lulu.com.
This art book will look great on any coffee table or in any library, and it is an excellent representation of how much one can improve in their abilities if they practice almost every day. You will love the art and feel proud that you have helped support a local artist.
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It would only be right for me to give it a 5-star rating. It perfectly shows how practice improves your ability and as it goes from quick 10-minute sketches to drawings that had more time invested you can see the style and skill as it matures.