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A few weeks back, I introduced you to the Dual Imaginations Creative Book Club. It’s time to reveal the book selection! Drawing is something I would love to improve. I also wanted to find something which I could fit into my busy schedule. When I ask around,  I hear many of the same concerns echoed right back to me. You want to be creative, would love to draw better than you do now, but you really need something you can fit into your busy schedule. Drawing Lab for Mixed-Media Artists: 52 Creative Exercises to Make Drawing Fun seemed to be the right answer.

I bought the Kindle Edition of the book so I can easily take it on the go with my tablet. I plan to keep a small notebook in my purse but I might also venture into putting the images in my altered magazine art journal.

Would you like to join in the fun? Grab a copy of the book from your local library or through this link to Amazon ( which happens to be my affiliate link. I love shopping at Amazon!). You can choose to work through the book chapter by chapter or jump around a bit. Share anything you made in the Dual Imaginations Creative Community Facebook group or link us up to your project by leaving a comment below. Be sure to use the #DualImaginations on your social media. I can’t wait to see what you make!

 

 

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You can use the Kindle reading app with a variety of devices. I have it loaded on my Samsung Tablet and on my PC. It makes it easy to have a library at my fingertips. Anytime ( and anywhere) we need a book for homeschool, I can get what I need from Amazon. As an expat, I value the convenience of having access to the library when I travel and for keeping me from having to lug around heavy boxes of books whenever we shift homes.

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