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You're never too old to enjoy drawing with markers! Creative Marker Art and Beyond is here to provide the inspiration you'll need to get your markers moving again and create new works of art. Whether you love to draw snoozing cats, inquisitive horses, watchful birds, patterned landscapes, or stunning sunsets, there’s something for everyone in Creative Marker Art and Beyond You're never too old to enjoy drawing with markers! Creative Marker Art and Beyond is here to provide the inspiration you'll need to get your markers moving again and create new works of art. Whether you love to draw snoozing cats, inquisitive horses, watchful birds, patterned landscapes, or stunning sunsets, there’s something for everyone in Creative Marker Art and Beyond. Anyone can pick up the innovative and fun lessons in this book. Are you a doodler? Coloring-book graduate? Fine artist? No matter your skill level, you’re sure to love drawing with markers. This great guide kicks off with basic tools, materials, techniques, and color pointers. From there, you’ll jump into creative prompts, easy exercises, and step-by-step projects. Creative Marker Art and Beyond will have you trying a new medium and drawing with markers in no time. Also included is helpful advice for successfully composing drawings, building and layering colors, shading, and adding pen, not to mention giftable artwork done on a variety of fun, accessible surfaces. Create beautiful nature scenes, patterns, flowers, colorful trees, animals, and more with Creative Marker Art and Beyond.


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You're never too old to enjoy drawing with markers! Creative Marker Art and Beyond is here to provide the inspiration you'll need to get your markers moving again and create new works of art. Whether you love to draw snoozing cats, inquisitive horses, watchful birds, patterned landscapes, or stunning sunsets, there’s something for everyone in Creative Marker Art and Beyond You're never too old to enjoy drawing with markers! Creative Marker Art and Beyond is here to provide the inspiration you'll need to get your markers moving again and create new works of art. Whether you love to draw snoozing cats, inquisitive horses, watchful birds, patterned landscapes, or stunning sunsets, there’s something for everyone in Creative Marker Art and Beyond. Anyone can pick up the innovative and fun lessons in this book. Are you a doodler? Coloring-book graduate? Fine artist? No matter your skill level, you’re sure to love drawing with markers. This great guide kicks off with basic tools, materials, techniques, and color pointers. From there, you’ll jump into creative prompts, easy exercises, and step-by-step projects. Creative Marker Art and Beyond will have you trying a new medium and drawing with markers in no time. Also included is helpful advice for successfully composing drawings, building and layering colors, shading, and adding pen, not to mention giftable artwork done on a variety of fun, accessible surfaces. Create beautiful nature scenes, patterns, flowers, colorful trees, animals, and more with Creative Marker Art and Beyond.

30 review for Creative Marker Art and Beyond: Inspiring tips, techniques, and projects for creating vibrant artwork in marker

  1. 5 out of 5

    Razan

    This book made me itchy to start drawing with markers! and i use water and oil colors religiously to paint, so that says a lot ! there's just so many very useful and creative techniques that i had no idea a simple marker can do ,loved the tiny tips here and there ,i will be trying everything that was done in it very soon ,the only downfall was that the representations of these beautiful ideas felt less professional and more on the children's coloring books and wreck that journal books side . [ A This book made me itchy to start drawing with markers! and i use water and oil colors religiously to paint, so that says a lot ! there's just so many very useful and creative techniques that i had no idea a simple marker can do ,loved the tiny tips here and there ,i will be trying everything that was done in it very soon ,the only downfall was that the representations of these beautiful ideas felt less professional and more on the children's coloring books and wreck that journal books side . [ ARC kindly provided by NetGalley]

  2. 4 out of 5

    Scottsdale Public Library

    This beautiful book is just plain FUN! The colorful, happy cover called out to my inner child, who begged me to check it out. I’m glad I did. Just flipping through the pages is uplifting. We took it home and began playing with markers, enjoying the exercises in the book. Lee Foster-Wilson writes, “I got the hang of using markers by challenging myself to create a new drawing every day for 100 days. The twist was that I chose the colors at random by closing my eyes, reaching in my bag of markers, This beautiful book is just plain FUN! The colorful, happy cover called out to my inner child, who begged me to check it out. I’m glad I did. Just flipping through the pages is uplifting. We took it home and began playing with markers, enjoying the exercises in the book. Lee Foster-Wilson writes, “I got the hang of using markers by challenging myself to create a new drawing every day for 100 days. The twist was that I chose the colors at random by closing my eyes, reaching in my bag of markers, and forcing myself to use the first five colors I chose.” She shares with us what she learned in those 100 days about layering, colors, composition and drawing. Creative Marker Art and Beyond is filled with beauty and enjoyment. Foster-Wilson covers a variety of tools and materials (some inexpensive!), color basics, drawing techniques, lettering and so much more. She provides easy exercises and intersperses project suggestions—complete with step-by-step instructions including helpful photographs and illustrations. Grab some markers and invite your inner artist or inner child out for an artistic play date! – Kathleen G.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    Creative Marker Art and Beyond is a good resource for anyone who wants to move beyond the current coloring craze to creating with markers. It is a beginner level and would be suitable for "children" 8 - 88, anyone who loves markers and wants a few new ideas. It would be an inexpensive gift to include with a set of markers. Lee Foster-Wilson begins with marker types, drawing surfaces and color basics, The reader is encouraged to experiment throughout. I learned the new word 'scrumbling' - drawing Creative Marker Art and Beyond is a good resource for anyone who wants to move beyond the current coloring craze to creating with markers. It is a beginner level and would be suitable for "children" 8 - 88, anyone who loves markers and wants a few new ideas. It would be an inexpensive gift to include with a set of markers. Lee Foster-Wilson begins with marker types, drawing surfaces and color basics, The reader is encouraged to experiment throughout. I learned the new word 'scrumbling' - drawing little marks to build up texture. The layout is appealing and brightly colorful. The many photos clearly show the concept or project without extra clutter. Space is provided for practicing the creativity prompts. Simple exercises encourage experimentation. Projects start basic enough for per-kindergartners (gift wrap, rock art), brushing through lettering to journal covers and patterned wall art and mandalas. My only small gripe is that the author suggests using almost dried out markers for shading. I think there are much better media for this (colored pencils!), but that is beyond the scope of this book. Who wants to have all those (almost) dried up markers around? Thank you to NetGalley, the author and publisher for granting access to an ARC of this book for an honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    This book will help get your creative juices flowing. Markers are usually thought of more as a toy or a plaything, than a tried and true art supply. This book looks at making art with markers. How to layer to get better colors etc. Reading the book, it is obviously for kids, but at the same time, it almost feels like the author is talking to adults. The graphics and projects are definitely for kids, and include such things are making wrapping paper.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Aimee

    As someone who loves to give handmade gifts, I'm always looking for more reliable sources of ideas and inspiration. This book covers a lot of ground in terms of project types, scale, and scope so it's easy to find something that will fit the occasion. I am definitely going to refer to this book as the gift-giving season rolls around! I received a review copy of this book from Net Galley but the review is my own. As someone who loves to give handmade gifts, I'm always looking for more reliable sources of ideas and inspiration. This book covers a lot of ground in terms of project types, scale, and scope so it's easy to find something that will fit the occasion. I am definitely going to refer to this book as the gift-giving season rolls around! I received a review copy of this book from Net Galley but the review is my own.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Meri

    It's ok... tips, techniques, examples, pages to try by yourself, step by step... but, all the time I have feeling that I'm reading book for kids. This book is belong in category of Art and Photography, Crafts and Hobbies and I really expected little more seriously creativity. My opinion is that this book is enough good for kids, but not for little more serious art working. It's ok... tips, techniques, examples, pages to try by yourself, step by step... but, all the time I have feeling that I'm reading book for kids. This book is belong in category of Art and Photography, Crafts and Hobbies and I really expected little more seriously creativity. My opinion is that this book is enough good for kids, but not for little more serious art working.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Janus the Erudite Artist

    Very happy to have stumbled over this book at Netgalley, indeed it's true you can learn something new every day. I honestly didn't know there were names to techniques in drawing lines. And I now know what they're called because of this book. I also appreciate the step by step instructions provided here. It's very easy to follow and really fun to do. I also like that it talked about which type of markers would be best used for this or that surface. It was very very helpful and I know I would be h Very happy to have stumbled over this book at Netgalley, indeed it's true you can learn something new every day. I honestly didn't know there were names to techniques in drawing lines. And I now know what they're called because of this book. I also appreciate the step by step instructions provided here. It's very easy to follow and really fun to do. I also like that it talked about which type of markers would be best used for this or that surface. It was very very helpful and I know I would be having fun practicing and applying the things I learned from this book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    My original blog post here. I love art how-to books. Especially ones which are accessible and do-able by anyone. This is a specialized book aimed at markers of all types. The techniques are explained well with great photographs and illustrations and include all of the tutorials and projects the aspiring artist needs to develop and have a good experience creating with markers of all sorts. The projects are achievable by beginners as well as more advanced artists. The layout and text are playful and My original blog post here. I love art how-to books. Especially ones which are accessible and do-able by anyone. This is a specialized book aimed at markers of all types. The techniques are explained well with great photographs and illustrations and include all of the tutorials and projects the aspiring artist needs to develop and have a good experience creating with markers of all sorts. The projects are achievable by beginners as well as more advanced artists. The layout and text are playful and colorful and very informal. It's a short book, 144 pages, but it packs quite a lot of content in, with useful takeaways such as: how to use the book, tools and materials, color techniques, drawing techniques, playing with color, etc. The introductory chapters are followed by 10 project tutorials arranged in roughly ascending order of difficulty which each have new techniques to explore and develop. All of the chapters are very well photographed and the layout is very professional, very fun and very energetic. I have started making personalized journal covers inspired by the project tutorial (#5) in this book, for stocking stuffers and thank you gifts. You can get inexpensive journals from IKEA for less than $1 each, and if you irretrievably destroy one, it's not any sort of tragedy, just recycle it. (I'm NOT an artist and I haven't had to throw one away yet). Well worth a look for any coloring fans out there. Four stars. Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher

  9. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    "Creative Marker Art & Beyond" provides instruction on how to use markers to create basic, stylized marker art. It appears to be for an audience like beginning DIY crafters or people who enjoy adult coloring books who are ready to try making something on their own. The book started with some basic information about markers and ways to use them. You don't need much in the way of equipment to get started, nor does it appear to cost much to try out. She gave information on techniques throughout the "Creative Marker Art & Beyond" provides instruction on how to use markers to create basic, stylized marker art. It appears to be for an audience like beginning DIY crafters or people who enjoy adult coloring books who are ready to try making something on their own. The book started with some basic information about markers and ways to use them. You don't need much in the way of equipment to get started, nor does it appear to cost much to try out. She gave information on techniques throughout the book and provided practice pages in the book. The author dove right into the step-by-step projects, starting very simple and getting a little more elaborate by the last projects. Each project applied the techniques learned previously in the book so you can see how you use them. The photographs showed each step, and each step moved forward slowly enough that you don't get lost or wonder "how did she get there?" or "how did she do that?" She covered a variety of surfaces (glass, wood, paper, fabric, stone) and types of markers (permanent markers, paint markers, brush markers, etc.). Projects included personalized notebook covers, custom wrapping paper, rock art, a decorated glass frame, and more. The projects aren't super-fancy, but they are creative fun. Overall, I'd recommend this book to beginners interested in marker art. I received an ebook review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    The interior design of the book is very pretty. For me it is important because, if I want to get inspired and the book looks unappealing, then it already killed half of my joy. It has a lot of images, uplifting colors on every page, tip boxes and "practice here" areas. Even the table of contents is visually appealing and functional!. This is a happy book, the kind of book you want to open if you are stressed out or unmotivated. It has simple instructions so you can put your mind at rest and enjo The interior design of the book is very pretty. For me it is important because, if I want to get inspired and the book looks unappealing, then it already killed half of my joy. It has a lot of images, uplifting colors on every page, tip boxes and "practice here" areas. Even the table of contents is visually appealing and functional!. This is a happy book, the kind of book you want to open if you are stressed out or unmotivated. It has simple instructions so you can put your mind at rest and enjoy pleasing the creative side of the brain. Perfect for the non-artist who wants to start a new hobby and unwind after a long day. Unconventional uses for markers Basics of what materials to use, color combinations to choose, techniques, textures and patterns to learn, are paired with many original projects, 10 of them with step-by-step instructions. While they are all fairly simple projects, using markers in novelty ways can help spark new ideas on artists wanting to experiment with something different. My favorite projects from the book are: - Making gift wrap paper - Painting on rocks - Decorated glass frame - A little bit of lettering - Embellished letters - Mirroring marker art - Watercolor effects - Window art I got my eArc from NetGalley

  11. 5 out of 5

    Eve beinguniquebooks

    Starting with a tools and materials list alongside a colour wheel explaining colour types and drawing tips all fully explained, the book sets you up with all the tips and tricks you need to understand creative marker art and colours that work and pattern types to try out too. With ideas to try out with space on the page for you to work within the book if you wanted to, the book guides you through many ideas from nature inspired design to creative lettering and hand drawn gifts. The book is beauti Starting with a tools and materials list alongside a colour wheel explaining colour types and drawing tips all fully explained, the book sets you up with all the tips and tricks you need to understand creative marker art and colours that work and pattern types to try out too. With ideas to try out with space on the page for you to work within the book if you wanted to, the book guides you through many ideas from nature inspired design to creative lettering and hand drawn gifts. The book is beautiful, colourful and laid out in a way that's still easy to read and not distracting from the colourful drawings! Each page is more and more inspiring and is sure to get you out of a creative rut or just get you involved in marker craft. Many thanks to the publishers for allowing me to review this book for them!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lectus

    This book comes with many ideas to use markers (on windows, on plates, on paper, on fabric, and stones). Mind you, I think that you don't really need a book to tell you that you can decorate a window drawing with markers but here it is. I found the book to be for children and teens, too basic and simple for adults (unless this is your first art book). The only two cool ideas I found here are how to layer a landscape and making silhouettes (hence the 2 stars). Also, you will need to actually know This book comes with many ideas to use markers (on windows, on plates, on paper, on fabric, and stones). Mind you, I think that you don't really need a book to tell you that you can decorate a window drawing with markers but here it is. I found the book to be for children and teens, too basic and simple for adults (unless this is your first art book). The only two cool ideas I found here are how to layer a landscape and making silhouettes (hence the 2 stars). Also, you will need to actually know how to draw (a house, for example, a bird or a tea pot) as the book just gives you ideas but no steps to draw anything, which is fine because this is not a drawing book. Is this book worth it? Perhaps I have seen too many books like this already to find anything new in it, but if you are just starting you can give it a try. Thank you Netgalley for providing me with a copy of this title.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    I love this book!! Though it will be considered basic for those with artistic talent, for the rest of us this book tells us what we need to know about color, shading, layering, how to create different shapes, designs, scribbles etc. The author takes us step-by-step through the basics and also through several very nice projects. There is plenty of encouragement, plenty of opportunity to practice, plenty of confidence builders and the results are really very nice. Many of the projects would make g I love this book!! Though it will be considered basic for those with artistic talent, for the rest of us this book tells us what we need to know about color, shading, layering, how to create different shapes, designs, scribbles etc. The author takes us step-by-step through the basics and also through several very nice projects. There is plenty of encouragement, plenty of opportunity to practice, plenty of confidence builders and the results are really very nice. Many of the projects would make great gifts. I'm really excited to try out what I learned! Many thanks to NetGalley, the author Lee Foster-Wilson & Quarto Publising Group for allowing me to read an e-copy of this book. I enjoyed it so much, if I don't win it in the Goodreads Giveaways, I'm going to be forced to buy a hardcopy for myself to have on hand.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    This is such a brilliant book for budding artists, ensuring that creatives of any skill level can get started on some fun projects with great results. The book starts off with plenty of basics to give you a bit of beginner knowledge, such as colour wheels and colour temperatures, and how to choose your colour palette; the best tools such as pens and papers to use; and different ways of filling in your space with colour. After each chapter this is space to practise suggested exercises with the ti This is such a brilliant book for budding artists, ensuring that creatives of any skill level can get started on some fun projects with great results. The book starts off with plenty of basics to give you a bit of beginner knowledge, such as colour wheels and colour temperatures, and how to choose your colour palette; the best tools such as pens and papers to use; and different ways of filling in your space with colour. After each chapter this is space to practise suggested exercises with the tips you have learned, and scattered throughout the book are fun projects with great photographic examples to inspire you. This is an all-round brilliant book for creative types of all ages.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sophie-Leigh Robbins

    If you want to know how to make art or handlettered projects with markers, check out Creative Marker Art and Beyond. The book starts out with basics like what materials to use, playing with color and different drawing techniques. These introductory chapters are followed by step-by-step projects so you can practice everything you are learning. Examples of these photo tutorials are: making your own gift wrapping paper, drawing on rocks, layering, silhouettes, lettering, personalizing your journal If you want to know how to make art or handlettered projects with markers, check out Creative Marker Art and Beyond. The book starts out with basics like what materials to use, playing with color and different drawing techniques. These introductory chapters are followed by step-by-step projects so you can practice everything you are learning. Examples of these photo tutorials are: making your own gift wrapping paper, drawing on rocks, layering, silhouettes, lettering, personalizing your journal cover and more. A perfect book for everyone that loves to work with markers and be creative.

  16. 4 out of 5

    DenXXX

    I am reviewing this book for Lee May Foster-Wilson, Walter Foster and Netgallery who gave me a copy of the book for an honest review. I like drawing but never really played around with markers. This is just the prompt I need to go and buy some so I can experiment and follow some of the ideas in the book. The book gives you an idea and then leaves you some pages to experiment on. It also includes many tips on colour schemes and colouring techniques. I also learned not to chuck away those pens tha I am reviewing this book for Lee May Foster-Wilson, Walter Foster and Netgallery who gave me a copy of the book for an honest review. I like drawing but never really played around with markers. This is just the prompt I need to go and buy some so I can experiment and follow some of the ideas in the book. The book gives you an idea and then leaves you some pages to experiment on. It also includes many tips on colour schemes and colouring techniques. I also learned not to chuck away those pens that are running out of Ink as they can add texture.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Janka H.

    Lovely book with beautiful designs and many useful tips to the (seemingly) easy art of creating with the markers. The authoress does not do designs to copy for you, but tries to stir your imagination with many cute pieces of art (of which many are doable - even if I do not think mine will look half that cute!). I think one needs to master the technique to be able to draqw/paint things that seem easy to do (and this skills you simply can not get from the books of simple drawings, one must practic Lovely book with beautiful designs and many useful tips to the (seemingly) easy art of creating with the markers. The authoress does not do designs to copy for you, but tries to stir your imagination with many cute pieces of art (of which many are doable - even if I do not think mine will look half that cute!). I think one needs to master the technique to be able to draqw/paint things that seem easy to do (and this skills you simply can not get from the books of simple drawings, one must practice and practice). Yet this little book DOES stir creativity, I must admit!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Fun engaging book on how to use your different kinds of markers, what you can do and even better how to do it. Easy to follow step by step instructions on the different techniques you can use to get the effect you want. Lots of easy ways to make your projects look amazing. Color pictures, fun ideas and great instructions make this a book to use over and over again to help you perfect the marker techniques you will use in your arts and crafts.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Emilia

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Not only was this full of helpful artistic advice, but the overall design of the book was just as creative as its contents. It covers techniques for coloring, shading, and layering with markers on many different materials, such as paper, fabric, and plates. While it's obviously not an advanced art book, if you're just looking for some fun creative output I would definitely recommend it. I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Not only was this full of helpful artistic advice, but the overall design of the book was just as creative as its contents. It covers techniques for coloring, shading, and layering with markers on many different materials, such as paper, fabric, and plates. While it's obviously not an advanced art book, if you're just looking for some fun creative output I would definitely recommend it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    This book was ok. It had tips, examples, techniques, pages to try by yourself, with a good step by step guides.......I found this book was for Children not really adults which has come in handy as I am using some of this for my classes. The book gave you idea's of projects you could do with your children or as a creative social group. This book was ok. It had tips, examples, techniques, pages to try by yourself, with a good step by step guides.......I found this book was for Children not really adults which has come in handy as I am using some of this for my classes. The book gave you idea's of projects you could do with your children or as a creative social group.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    This book is great for beginners of all ages. It's full of tips and advice on how to make beautiful art just with marker pens and scattered throughout are step by step instructions for fun and easy projects. [Free ARC from Net Galley] This book is great for beginners of all ages. It's full of tips and advice on how to make beautiful art just with marker pens and scattered throughout are step by step instructions for fun and easy projects. [Free ARC from Net Galley]

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kajsa

    I found a few useful tips in this beautiful book. But many of the projects were very alike and not my style. But I also believe there is a lot of creative persons out there who would love this book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Christine Scott

    Nice format for the non-artist interested in exploring something artsy!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Thank you to netgalley and the publishers for this review copy given in exchange for an honest review. I enjoy colouring, and have lots of marker and brush pens which I never really know what to do with as they are a bit too big to do fine colouring in. This book gives good examples as to what you could use these types of pens for. There are different sections for different things, for example playing with colours, layering, silhouttes etc, and in between there are blank pages for you to practice Thank you to netgalley and the publishers for this review copy given in exchange for an honest review. I enjoy colouring, and have lots of marker and brush pens which I never really know what to do with as they are a bit too big to do fine colouring in. This book gives good examples as to what you could use these types of pens for. There are different sections for different things, for example playing with colours, layering, silhouttes etc, and in between there are blank pages for you to practice on. It's not a colouring book, so if that's what you are looking for then it's not the book for you, but it is a good instructional book if you want to take your colouring to the next level!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Poongothai

    Techniques of using the marker pens to create art is explained for beginners in a very attractive manner. It has tips, ideas and pages for practicing. It has making arts with markers on paper, stones, fabric, mirrors, glass, plates, etc. Thanks to netgalley and the publisher

  26. 4 out of 5

    T.J. Burns

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeimy

    This is a good book, but as I am just getting in touch with my artistic side, I would have benefitted from video tutorials for some of these techniques.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    From the Publisher: You're never too old to enjoy coloring with markers! Creative Marker Art and Beyond is here to provide the inspiration. I am a Sharpie addict - I have no problem admitting this! This book gave me so many ideas! (oh, just what I need -- more craft projects to spend hours and $$$ on. :=) Thanks to NetGalley for providing this to me to review (and put on my Christmas List!) From the Publisher: You're never too old to enjoy coloring with markers! Creative Marker Art and Beyond is here to provide the inspiration. I am a Sharpie addict - I have no problem admitting this! This book gave me so many ideas! (oh, just what I need -- more craft projects to spend hours and $$$ on. :=) Thanks to NetGalley for providing this to me to review (and put on my Christmas List!)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gaby F.

    When I saw the whimsical cover of this book I expected it to contain a wide variety of different themed motifs that can be duplicated and recombined by the reader. Instead, I found myself presented with a few techniques and basic drawing exercises that can be practiced on the empty pages in the book. The reader is more or less asked to come up with his or her own motifs while doing the exercises. The projects that follow are very simple and not many of them caught my interest. I like that Lee Fo When I saw the whimsical cover of this book I expected it to contain a wide variety of different themed motifs that can be duplicated and recombined by the reader. Instead, I found myself presented with a few techniques and basic drawing exercises that can be practiced on the empty pages in the book. The reader is more or less asked to come up with his or her own motifs while doing the exercises. The projects that follow are very simple and not many of them caught my interest. I like that Lee Foster-Wilson presents techniques on different surfaces (paper, wood, glass, ceramics, and fabric) and tells the reader which kind of markers she used for them. I probably will do some lettering and writing with markers on card stock, and I might decorate one of my windows with the markers she suggests, using my own ideas.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Leyla Johnson

    Once upon a time you could only get markers in black, and they were thick or tin. Now we have such a beautiful array of colours, and they are able to make all sort of marks as you write or draw. Follow the various tutorials and practice excises and soon you will be creating fabulous pieces. This book shows you some wonderful technics and by incorporation other ordinary household items turn them into lovely decorative and useful items.

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