The Book

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“Like fear of flying, fear of graphics has caused enormous discomfort for many enormously talented people. This book is positively therapeutic. It takes you by the hand gently, and leads you through simple exercises step by step, and then suddenly, from your own hand, recognisable images begin to appear. For either ‘graphic terror’ or ‘graphic tune-up’, this is a great addition to your resource kit.”
Jack Pearpoint, Inclusion Press

There are three main requirements of a good graphic recorder.

  1. You must have an image library lodged in your brain. It needs to be readily accessed; the less thinking about drawing you need to do the better.
  2. You need to be able to pull out the key points of discussions and presentations. There isn’t time to record everything, so you must sift out the salient points and discard the rest.
  3. You need to be able to work at speed. Your aim is not to interrupt the flow of conversation; this means you will need to work quickly as well as accurately.

This book contains extensive step-by-step instructions and tips to make your drawings clearer. The book simply contains images found to be quick and easy to reproduce, as well as advice around making your recording easier to understand. Over time you will adapt the images and develop your own style – which is good.

Our book is distributed through Amazon It will give you a step by step guide to developing a visual vocabulary. it is packed full of useful tips and suggestions to develop your visual practice.   It is the book that is used on the standard 2 day training course and well worth taking a look at.

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You can purchase the book online by following the link below. We’ve also put a selection of pages together for you to see how useful and informative the content really is.

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