A Sketchbook Of Trust

I’ve been sketching up some pages for a book on Trust: not a book that i write, but rather a provocation, an incomplete book for people to fill in themselves, taking them through a reflective journey through the subject. This is very early stage, incomplete, #WorkingOutLoud.

A Sketchbook on Trust

In case you are interested, i am also using a different drawing method here: my first time using the Apple Pencil on the iPad direct (normally i use the Paper pencil, or the Wacom stylus).

A Sketchbook on Trust

The Apple pencil has a hard tip, which affects my writing, making it more like it is in real life! Spidery… but i think i can live with it.

A Sketchbook on Trust

Also, these are my only black and white sketches, so a deviation from my usual colour palette. Still, it’s an experiment… I may go on to crowdfund this, once the next book is out, if there is sufficient interest.

A Sketchbook on Trust

Remember, if you want to take part in the Landscape of Trust research, you can do so here.

About julianstodd

Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...
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4 Responses to A Sketchbook Of Trust

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