Sketchbook by Milind Mulick, the well-known painter and author of Watercolour . Sketchbook tells you... The secret behind his deceptively simple style... How he finds subjects for his paintings, how he works on his compositions, how he draws those delicate yet forceful lines... From line sketches to tonal studies... Sketchbook with its varied and numerous examples will be a guide for budding artists and encourage others to pick up a pencil... "In sketching, observing your subject, has equal or more importance than the drawing itself. Concentrate more on how the object appears than the drawing itself." "Sketching gives practice to one's hands and eyes. While improving the sense of perspective and proportion, it also strengthens one's sense of composition. Above all, sketching develops one's unique point of view. In any painting, the viewpoint of the painter is as important as (or perhaps even more than) technical skill. A painter stands out from others because of this unique outlook."