Kelli Chipponeri, Ryan Hayes
Dots & Spots: A Super-Duper Squiggly Doodle & Drawing Book is a wacky sketchbook that probes the depths of the imagination through creative prompts and a series of colorful dots and spots to inspire hilarious and quirky drawings.
With this 112-page super-duper activity book, all you need is your imagination and pencil to sketch, doodle, and design exciting—and sometimes silly—pieces of art. Discover how many things you can draw by starting with just a circle! With Dots & Spots, you can:
- Design your own emojis
- Sketch a kooky miniature golf course
- Draw a mythical creature that lives in an undersea cave
- "Bake" a pizza pie with pizzazz
- Decorate flying donuts
- Color in your own superhero costume
- Doodle the eyes on a monster
- Draw all the ingredients in the witch's cauldron
- And so much more!
On each page of Dots & Spots you will find a wacky drawing prompt, along with the actual spots and dots that will help you start drawing. These questions will inspire unusual, amusing, and super-silly pieces of artwork. The ever-changing size and position of the colorful spots will push you beyond your comfort zone and make you change your perspective with every page turn. With more than 100 inspirational dots, spots, and prompts, this book will really get your creative juices flowing!
Dots & Spots: A Super-Duper Squiggly Doodle & Drawing Book is the perfect activity book for when you have artist’s block or when you just want to sit back, draw, and let your mind wander.
Kelli Chipponeri is the Founder & Creative Director of Green Typewriter Creative. She is a has more than 20 years of experience managing profitable businesses at publishing houses with a focus on developing and implementing successful children’s publishing and licensing programs. She is based out of San Francisco, California.
Ryan Hayes is an illustrator, designer, art director, letterer, and maker of music and pasta from the Philadelphia area. Most recently, he designed and art directed children’s books, dreamt up gifts and games, and won Best Halloween Costume at Chronicle Books in San Francisco. Before that, he made children’s books at Running Press.