What’s in a Sketchbook?

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by February 23, 2012 in Shop

Do you need a sketchbook? Does your child need one? Well, neither of you is an artist, or are you?

Curiosita Sketchbooks are not for artists alone. If you* have ideas, big or small, ideas that keep you awake at night and also the ones that help you sleep well and then come up with more :)

You do need a sketchbook.

You need it to jot your thoughts. Your feelings will become more ‘visible’ and they will find an expression. You will be more ‘aware’. Awareness generally leads to better knowledge and a better insight. Exploration becomes more vivid and the better you get at it, the better it gets!

It feels good to be able to express thoughts and ideas. No? It is an exercise for the brain. And exercise is always good. So to keep your brain in good shape you ought to doodle and scribble.

 

C’mon you need to jot your thoughts. For who knows, one of those (maybe plenty of those) might become the ‘next big thing’!

Add some daily dose of sketchbook vanilla to your schedule. It will never harm you. Doodle that history lesson that you can never seem to grasp or the chemistry that keeps escaping you. It’s time to catch on!

 

* You or your child or any homosapien who wants to benefit from the good old art

1 response to What’s in a Sketchbook?

  1. Rajiv said on February 24, 2012

    Sketch word in itself propels me to draw and most of the time from observation.

    I’ve started keeping a particular section in sketchbook, “observation” which helps me collect points which are more indepth about the subject I’m observing.

    With this process art helps me connect with the subjects history, science of its existence and other aspects.

    And the whole process becomes fun :) and the final sketch becomes a story in itself.

    Try this with when you observe things and doodle.

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