I may have the solution! A book. It's called Fill In The Blank. See:
And it's such fun..filled with prompts for ideas to get you doodling and sketching. Miss Dunnit was quite enthralled by the idea and I have to say, so was I. I love the sense of humour and the lack of pressure it presents....no blank page syndrome (pardon the pun) and no 'lessons' or star shaped 'top tip' boxes that always make me feel as if I'm dong something that's more worthy than having a bit of creative fun. It's not pretending to be an art lesson or a channel for your creativity Marge, it has that rare quality of not taking itself too seriously. Which is an editorial skill huh. Ask me, I edit all my own work!
It's published by Quirk and is available now; the RRP is £13.99. It's a handsome sort of coffee table book size and has the useful bendy card cover that we are still calling a paperback. I can think of a couple of people on my Christmas list who would enjoy this, and for the price it will make a great gift I must say.
This review is entirely sponsored by Quirk Publishing. They asked me to and I said yes. They sent me a free copy of the book. Luckily, I love it and so my tact and diplomacy gene has not been stretched.