Once again I was drawn to the fact this book is a journal and it's labeled 'for creatives'. I'm creative, right? And I journal, too. Ok, so far, so good.
So four years of daily sketches should be a fun idea. And it is.
By Potter Style, Q&A a Day For Creatives is a fun book. Each page is divided into four quadrants and a quick prompt or question is listed to the side. There is a tiny "20__" in each quadrant so you can list the year you are drawing.
Most of the prompts are fun. For example, March 13 is "Compose an abstract drawing that depicts your bank account's current status."
Some of the things I like about the book are the fact the dates are already listed for you. All I have to do is fill in the year. The block you have to draw in each day is about 3.5 X 3.5 inches. Not too small and not too large to be intimidating or time consuming to fill.
Couple of things I would change. The paper is not ink friendly. If you use anything other than pen (ball point) or pencil, there is a definite chance of bleed through. Also, the book could use a ribbon to help mark your stop on the current day.
I have been using the journal in the mornings to get the old 'creative juices' flowing for the day. It's fun and at this point, the bleed through on the pages is a bit of an irritant, but not a deal breaker. We will see down the road. In fact, I will probably be doing a bit of mixed media, mini-collages in it as time goes by.
This is definitely a book I would purchase to give to another 'creative journal.'
Note: "I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review."