March 8, 2021

Drawing can be so much fun, especially when you are good at it. It might take years of practice, trial and error but nobody said it shouldn't be fun all the way! These 10 amazing books will help you to improve your skills and keep you inspired all the way. 

Please click on the links below the title to go to the source of each book. 

Also, if you haven't seen them yet, check out our How to Get Better at Drawing series below!

I hope you find these books inspirational, if you have any other recommended books, leave us a comment below, and we will love to check them out!

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About the author 

Shumi Perhiniak

Shumi is a self-taught graphic designer, in 2012 she took one-year sabbatical career break, where she devoted her time studying Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. In just after 6 months she started freelancing and within a year become a Certified Photoshop Expert. Over the years she worked both in-house and in agency roles as a retoucher, artworker and moved on from junior to senior design roles.

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