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The workbook is hand illustrated and hand lettered by . It is a companion to the hardbound book "" by Walker and Tolpin. The two books are meant to complement one another. "By Hand & Eye" focuses more on the history behind the geometrical systems and offers projects using the simple ratios explored in the book. The workbook "By Hound & Eye" is concerned mostly with the practical exercises needed to open your inner eye and offers exercises not found in the hardbound book.
I agree with George on reading this book from cover to cover, it was a great read. John, I can see your point about having a shooting board, but I think it is good for people to learn to dimension a board without the use of the board and then add the shooter later as a convenience. Of course Tolpin says nothing about this in his book so it may have just been available space.