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Pencil Me In: The Business Drawing Book for People Who Can't Draw Paperback – 18 September 2017
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"Get this excellent book to become a master communicator. Create clearer and simpler messages with words & visuals. " -- Alex Osterwalder
"This is a book of magical visual thinking ideas, tricks, tips and spells you'll want to carry with you wherever you go. It's a fantastic reference from the best minds in the visual business, ideal for the novice and expert alike -- grab your copy now!"
-- Mike Rohde, bestselling author of The Sketchnote Handbook and The Sketchnote Workbook
Pencil Me In is an invitation of the most valuable kind...Wodtke beckons the reader into a world where so much more is possible - inquiry, insight and rich imagination - all of it at the tip of your pencil.
-- Sunni Brown, Best-Selling Author + Chief Human Potentialist.
About the Author
- Publisher : Cucina Media, LLC; 2 edition (18 September 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 170 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0996006036
- ISBN-13 : 978-0996006033
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 0.97 x 17.78 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 197,304 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The author doesn’t appear to have a lot of experience drawing in business contexts as almost all of the examples in the book are from other people, sometimes with little context or effort to explain them. It feels like it should have been a blog rather than a book and is certainly not worth its inflated price tag.
The overall impression is quite chaotic and unplanned and didn’t meet my expectations. There are plenty of better books about using drawing as a communication tool which is a shame because I had high hopes for this one having a business slant.