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How To Draw People On The Move

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Whether you're a beginner or more advanced, when drawing people, there's one thing that's always big challenge: people are moving all the time! The big question…

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Watercolor Markers

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! We all have art supplies that we once bought for some reason (just because they look so cool is a completely legitimate reason), but didn't…

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Why drawings of feet tell a story

Feet! I have a lot of drawings of my feet. I like drawing them but there’s another reason too. Our sketchbooks tell the stories of our lives. Even the quickest…

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How To Draw People

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! I often get questions about drawing people: do you ask permission? What do you do if people come up to you? What if the person…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – How to draw a blind contour selfie

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Maybe you feel intimidated by the idea of drawing a portrait. And let's be honest, when you draw someone's face, you'd really like it to…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – Watersoluble ink

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! We all have so many art supplies… and we need them all! And we need more! Right? But really, all you need to make art,…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – Eraser Art

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! We all have so many art supplies… and we need them all! And we need more! Right? I often use a pen when I draw,…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – Watercolor and Masking Fluid

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! In Sketchbook Skool’s Kourse ‘Watercolor Rules’, I learned how to work with masking fluid.I knew of the existence, but always thought it was kind of…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – The Accordion Sketchbook

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! The accordion sketchbook format is really accessible. It’s just fun, because there is never really an end to it… if you feel like you haven’t…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – The Monochrome Effect

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Sometimes less is more. Today we'll use one color ink (any color you like!) , and paint with the same color for a monochrome effect.…

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