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Amit Offir

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Amit Offir

Amit Offir (Hebrew: עמית אופיר) (born July 16, 1978) is a popular Israeli author, illustrator and comics artist. Offir's books are addressed to both children and adults. Offir's first book, The Beetle That Wants To Be, was published in Israel on 2000 and soon became a best seller. In 2013 the book was also published in English. Over the years, Offir has published many books and his work has been translated to over 20 languages. Offir has developed a unique drawing technique that breaks down all characters into four simple steps. He named it "Drawing Easily". Using that technique can make drawing easy for various people. This technique was invented in 2005 after Offir has drawn over 500,000 drawings on pebbles. Offir's books teach people from all around the world how to draw and communicate through drawing.

Offir has written and created hundreds of books for empowerment, time management, and developing methods that help millions of people to live better lives and enjoy his unique knowledge.

one of his methods for time management is called The domino reaction. This view of the Domino Reactions method is explored further in the book 24/8 – The Secret for being Mega-Effective by Achieving More in Less Time.

Amit Offir - author and cartoon artist
Amit Offir - Author and Illustrator

External links

  • Amit Offir's official author page
  • News - הקיבוץ המאוחד
  • newspapers and articles in magazines
  • Amit Offir's music
  • How to Draw fish
  • How to Draw dragon
  • finance Newspaper
  • The domino reaction - time management
Drawing Easily is a drawing technique by Amit Offir
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