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Tag: watercolour

The First Page of Your New Sketchbook

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday!   I'm about to start a new sketchbook, and I am pretty excited about it. But I also know that for a lot of us…

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Paint First Draw Later

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! When I am drawing in my sketchbook, I often start with line. Then once I have something that seems like a decent drawing, I'll often want to add color.…

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Plants and Trees and Everything Green!

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Even though some of us are still stuck in quarantine or in a lockdown situation, today I’d like to go outside and play. Today I want us to draw…

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How To Make A Flip Book

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Today, let’s work on a little project. The idea is simple, and the result is almost a bit like magic! Let’s make a flip book…

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Watercolor Spattering

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Watercolor is such a versatile medium. It seems hard to control, but then when you play a lot with it, you'll get to know the…

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Art supplies for traveling

What to bring when traveling? Here's a cutdown of a YouTube Live session I did over at Sketchbook Skool's channel. I am sharing a big bag of art supplies for…

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A Celebration of Art Supplies!

Welcome to Draw Tip Tuesday! Today I am drawing (with) tools I don't use that often - dusting them off and celebrating the fact there are so many art supplies…

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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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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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