How to Draw in the Dark

There you are, sitting in a room, ready and waiting to take sketchnotes. The lights are dim… the speaker takes the stage… you’re waiting for the lights to go up… Still waiting… Uh oh. The lights never get brighter! The speaker has started! You frantically open... read more

Find Your Community

It’s no surprise that people can rarely function without community. We were designed to live with each other, have relationships with each other, and work together. When it comes to your interests and hobbies, it can be hard to bring in other people into the space... read more

Why Your Drawings Don’t Have to be “Good”

Sometimes illustration exists to help tell a story or carry the audience through information- aesthetically pleasing or not. It’s the vehicle that gets you from point A to point B. Take a look at web comic artist and author Allie Brosh. Her drawings aren’t classical... read more

How to Figure Out What to Draw

Have you ever sat down to draw and then nothing happened? Blank page syndrome strikes again!   If you’re sitting down to draw and you don’t know what to do or what to work on, you’re not setting yourself up for success. You need to prepare for your drawing times!... read more

Why you’re sharing wrong and what you should do about it

Pull up your most-used social media profile right now. What does it look like? What kind of pictures do you post? Social media sites are an introduction to you as a person. They tell people who you are and what you’re about. What do you want to be known for? If you... read more

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