Workbook 2 begins a variety of Celtic knot-forms, all both beautiful and fascinating.
(Hint: If you try them, you'll know you've got it when you feel like you're dancing
through the over-under knot patterns.) From there, you will move through many
remarkable modern intertwined forms, then back to traditional labarynths and
much, much more. Woven into all these is a short discussion of the 12 senses,
the role of 'will', the nature of movement, convex and concave forms and their effect.
There's a lot more than this, but even this much is leaving me rather breathless.
This is a great book - in my opinion the most enjoyable of the series. Be sure to
have your pencil and paper handy when you sit down with it!
Anyone wanting to develop their drawing skills, as well as artists, teachers and students,
will enjoy the creative challenge of form drawing.
Regular practise can help discover what the art of line can mean.
Drawing skills are developed through systematic exercises, and can develop self-confidence,
balance and tranquillity. Simple form drawing is used in Steiner?
Waldorf schools as a companion discipline to handwriting and drawing skills.
It offers a healthy antidote to screen culture.