Geek Visual Diaries
The Geek Visual Diary features 120 pages (60 sheets) of 110gsm acid free cartridge paper.
Great for pastels, calligraphy, coloured pencils, gel pencils, gel pens, charcoal and sketching.
Available in various size options and orientations.
Moleskine Hardcover Sketchbook
The Moleskine Hardcover Sketchbook contains high-quality heavyweight paper for drawing and sketching. A reliable travel companion, featuring elastic closure, bookmark & expandable inner pocket, the Moleskine Hardcover Sketchbook is highly sought after amongst creative professionals.
Moleskine Hard Cover Folio Sketchbook
Moleskine Hard Cover Folio Sketchbook offers generous space, and high-quality 160gsm acid-free paper, to fill drawings, projects and musings.
Canson 180 Degree Sketchbook
The Canson 180 Degree Sketchbook utilises coptic-style binding, rounded corners & a magnetic closure, allowing it to lay completely flat. This Sketchbook contains French-made 96gsm Crobart paper, the Canson 180 Degree Sketchbook is ideal for all dry media techniques.
FAQs about Sketchbooks
What Is A Sketchbook?
A sketchbook is a book or pad of paper for sketching and drawing. It can be used for anything from rough sketches to final artwork. Sketchbooks are often used by artists, designers, and architects as a way to capture ideas and inspiration. They can also be a great tool for practicing and improving your drawing skills.
Why Is A Sketchbook Important?
A sketchbook is important because it allows you to capture ideas and inspiration. It can also be a great tool for practicing and improving your drawing skills. Sketchbooks are often used by artists, designers, and architects as a way to capture ideas and inspiration. They can also be a great tool for practicing and improving your drawing skills.
How Do I Use A Sketchbook?
There's no wrong way to use a sketchbook! Some people prefer to start with a clean slate and fill the pages from front to back. Others like to jump around and work on different sketches throughout the book. Some people even use their sketchbooks as journals, adding written entries along with their drawings. Ultimately, it's up to you how you use your sketchbook - there are no rules!