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Rapid Viz: A New Method for the Rapid Visualization of Ideas

by Kurt Hanks and Larry Belliston

Rapid VizRapid Viz stands out on the shelf from other “learn to draw” books—not just because of its landscape format but also in the way it is casually written and illustrated. When was the last time you were invited by the authors to draw right in the book? Text is kept to a minimum and as some reviewers noted, there are short directions for the numerous and varied drawing exercises. However, you are immediately drawn into the book and motivated to practice. Interspersed with drawings of people, places and things are wonderful anecdotes. For example, you will learn how Mark Twain used small drawings to help remember the catch sentences of his speeches. The purpose of this book is to help you learn the language of visual expression. The authors promise that Rapid Viz will not only change our drawing abilities but also expand our thinking abilities. Have your pen ready to go and practice, practice, practice!

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