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Tag: pen and ink

People Drawing People!

Drawing People!   In the Sketchbook Skool community, many people have expressed how much they struggle drawing people. Getting someone's likeness when drawing a portrait, establishing proportions, capturing movement, posture,…

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Art on Earth

Holiday Greetings It's that time of year again: the holiday season. And I hope you'll have a great holiday with your friends and family - wherever you are and however…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – Color Where It Counts

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! I got a question in, about how to decide what parts of your drawing to paint and color, and which parts to leave white. It's…

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October Drawing Prompts!

Another moth of daily drawings It's Inktober, which means that a lot of people are doing a drawing a day, using just ink. How convenient that in 2018 Sketchbook Skool provides daily…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – How To Mix Gray

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday!   Some people have a pan of grey or even black in their watercolor palette. Paynes Gray is quite a common shade of gray. But…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – How To Draw A Bicycle

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Get your sketchbook out, and your favorite pen, and get ready to surprise yourself today! Drawing complicated things can be daunting. But let’s tackle that…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – The Bamboo Pen

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Today I'm using a Bamboo pen. I don't use it often but whenever I do, I am reminded what a fun drawing tool this is.…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – How To Create Highlights

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! How do you add highlights when you draw something shiny? You don't. Just leave white space, and let the white of the paper do all…

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Draw Tip Tuesday – Using a Dip Pen

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Let's use a dip pen today. I don't use a dip pen often, even though you can create very expressive lines with it. Maybe I…

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Feed your Sketchbook pages

Drawing food I am kind of obsessed with food. At breakfast, I'm already thinking about lunch. At lunch, I am wondering what to make for dinner. Sometimes before I fall asleep…

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