Sketchnote Lessons: How do you want to grow as a sketchnoter?

This entry is part 11 of 11 in the series Sketchnote Lessons

20131002 How do you want to grow as a sketchnoter

It’s good to think about how you want to grow, collect examples, break down those goals into specific skills you can work on, and practise. You can see how I’ve been practising and sharing different skills in my sketchnote lessons. =) Focusing on one skill at a time makes it easier to try different variations and learn more.

By the way, if you would like to practise by making your own sketchnote lessons, please feel free to share your work with me and I can link to it or repost it in this series.


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3 responses to “Sketchnote Lessons: How do you want to grow as a sketchnoter?”

  1. Matt Williams says:

    Thank you for all your efforts creating these sketchnote lessons — they’re greatly appreciated!

  2. Patricia says:

    Thanks Sacha! I admire your ability to put in the post so consistent and clear information. A draw my map!

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