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Use a Dedicated Sketchbook & Keep a Journal of Your Progress

📖 Try keeping a dedicated sketchbook just for your sketchnoting practice. Then you can carry it with you, go back to previous drawings and ideas, redraw and get inspiration from what you’ve done in the past.  ✏️ When I was starting out, it was helpful to be able to flip back through my drawings and go,

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What is so Important that I want you to know?

✍🏼 Sketchnotes are a tool for your personal learning—and that means that they only need to have meaning for you. Your sketchnotes may (and probably will) look entirely different from mine. And that’s GOOD. Find and embrace YOUR style. 👯 The other great thing about sketchnoting is that it’s totally up to you if you want to

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When Should You Use a Line or Arrow and When Should You Use a Container

🐔🥚This is a bit like the question, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?”—it’s impossible to answer! All you really have to do is trust your instincts. There will be more times when it makes more sense to use containers and other times when you’ll feel like arrows will work better. The key🔑 is

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You Absolutely Can Draw a Straight Line, and Here’s How:

I learned this technique from a watercolor artist who suggested that you use your arm, not your wrist, to draw a straight line.  ✏️Hold your pencil and pull your arm towards your body, keeping your hand and wrist straight. Now you have your whole body engaged in the process.  ✍️You can use this technique to

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