Robert D. Watt wrote this book because he wants other artists to keep on painting, and to never give up painting, drawing, and sketching.
In this book, he shows that no matter how many schools or towns you live in, do not stop your interest in art.
You must use these three suggestions—line, form, and dot to create art. He has had some very good teachers, and they are hard to find.
This book is mainly about his travels and subjects he has seen along the way. They have inspired him to paint again. He knows materials are expensive, but if you want to be an artist, you have to learn to sacrifice.