When I create drawings for sketchnote or graphic recording clients, the most important thing is to make sure drawing is understood by the audience. Is the action, emotion, or depiction clear? Does it require context? The entire point of sketchnotes and graphic recording is to enable the audience to visualize and remember the content.
I believe that effective drawings can be done by anyone, and all it takes is mastering the drawing one, two, or three lines. It sounds too simple and too good to be true, but I assure you- it’s not!
If you master this method, you can create effective drawings that are easily and immediately understood by your audience.
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