Originally Posted by npuffer
Do you know if he has lots of images or graphics of how to techniques? I'm extremely visual and if there aren't a lot of pictures it will be tough for me to learn.
There are over 320 illustrations throughout the 456 pages. Most are step-by-step diagrams. I opted for illustrations rather than photographs because I felt I could more clearly define the detail on which I wanted the user to concentrate. It sounds strange to say that less detail is better, but with a photo, the point that is trying to be made can easily be lost due to the fact that there is so MUCH detail. It's also very hard to get the proper perspective using photos. In the end, I was going to get complaints with whichever option I chose, but I felt strongly enough about it that I drew every one of them myself. It would have been a MUCH shorter process to put the book out had I simply taken snapshots as I was making marbles.