Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Doodled Cats Review - | Gemma Correll |

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I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own* 
Doodled Cats is packed with creative prompts, fun feline facts, and step-by-step doodling projects for the feline fanatic in youthe perfect book for on-the-go artists.

In Doodled Cats, beloved artist and illustrator Gemma Correll provides inspiration and ideas for doodling a variety of different cat breeds in a fun, quirky style. From a Persian and a Sphynx to a Scottish Fold and Siamese, doodle enthusiasts will learn to draw and doodle all their favorite feline friends, in addition to anthropomorphic cats, fashionable furballs, and even cats in hats! A bonus project demonstrates how to create your own cat-doodled mug.

This compact, hardcover book makes the perfect gift for on-the-go creative types and cat lovers alike.
Are you a cat lover? Do you love to draw?  This would be the book for you!  Doodled Cats by Gemma Correll is such a fun book. Recently Quarto Knows sent us this fun book to review.  This book includes creative prompts that help you doodle your very own cat.  Emma Correll includes really fun and clever ways to doodle your favorite furry companion. 
I  love that this is not your average how-to art book, you can actually draw inside the book to design your cats.  This hardcover book is compact, letting it fit in your purse or bag.  When you are on the go you can grab it and start doodling away.  

This book is even great for children who love to draw. My 12-year-old daughter just loves to draw and could not wait to get her hands on this book.  She likes that you can draw right in the book and keep all of her drawings and doodles in one spot.   

I definitely would recommend this book.  This would be a great gift to someone who loves cats.  Heck, grab it for yourself a little splurging never hurt anyone. :) Those of you that are dog lovers.  Emma Correll has even made a Doodle Dogs Book.  You can draw cute little puppies and dogs. 

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