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Islamic Design Workbook (Drawing Books)

Eric Broug

In this inventive interpretation of the popular colouring book concept, Islamic design expert Eric Broug helps readers to create their own patterns, based on compositions from across the Islamic world. The book opens up the world of intricate Islamic patterns, allowing artists, designers and doodlers alike to learn about these works of art as they produce their own. With 48 Islamic geometric compositions from around the world to choose from, artists at all skill levels will relish the myriad opportunities to replicate these intricate patterns or create their own. The workbooks clever design invites the pattern-maker to consider a composition in the book, take a corresponding loose leaf from the back of the book and figure out which sections of lines to trace to make the composition. Readers will have the unique satisfaction of making patterns appear where previously none were visible. Compositions - including a mix of more familiar geometric compositions and those that have scarcely been documented - are categorized by region and have various levels of complexity, making it possible for beginners to get started and artists or designers to develop their skills.

A fresh take on adult coloring books, featuring the intricate patterns of Islamic design Building on the concept of a traditional coloring book, the Islamic Design Workbook opens up the world of intricate Islamic patterns, allowing designers and doodlers alike to learn about these works of art as they produce their own. 4.60 · Rating details · 15 ratings · 1 review. Building on the concept of a traditional coloring book, the Islamic Design Workbook opens up the world of intricate Islamic patterns, allowing designers and doodlers alike to learn about these works of art as they produce their own. With forty-eight Islamic geometric compositions from around the world to choose from, artists at all skill levels will relish the myriad oppor.

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Islamic Design Workbook (2016) Like an adult colouring book but more challenging, more educational and more fun. It contains 48 geometric patterns, and 48 corresponding loose-leaf pages.

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4.60 · Rating details · 15 ratings · 1 review. Building on the concept of a traditional coloring book, the Islamic Design Workbook opens up the world of intricate Islamic patterns, allowing designers and doodlers alike to learn about these works of art as they produce their own. With forty-eight Islamic geometric compositions from around the world to choose from, artists at all skill levels will relish the myriad oppor.

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Description. Islamic design expert Eric Broug helps readers to create their own patterns, based on compositions from across the Islamic world. The book opens up the world of intricate Islamic patterns, allowing artists, designers and doodlers alike to learn about these works of art as they produce their own. With 48 Islamic geometric compositions from around the world I have 11 books specifically on Islamic geometric design on my shelf excluding this one. The others fall into 3 categories: catalogues of designs with little descriptive text (e.g. Bourgoin "Arabic Geometrical Pattern and Design"), attempts to impose spiritual and religious meaning on to the designs (e.g. Critchlow "Islamic Patterns: An analytical and Cosmological approach"), and analyses that