Sketching The SIMPLE Way

Heya artists!

I’ve had a high demand for more sketching and drawing videos. I’ve been working on a new mini-course in sketching – Sketchmaster – where you’ll learn all the basics on sketching, shading, tools, tips and tricks, sketching walkthroughs, and more. Stay tuned for that!

In meantime here’s a new video tutorial for ya.

In this video, I will show you how using angular and “boxy” lines when you’re sketching and drawing can improve the look of your sketches tremendously.  It’s also much easier to do!

Let’s put a stop to sloppy and messy lines!

Check it out here:

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