In this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday, Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene continues her series on continuous line with an urban sketching exercise.

In the past few Draw Tip Tuesday videos, we’ve done continuous line drawings of objects, legs and feet, and even a room full of furniture. Now you’re ready for the big time — an entire building, drawn in one continuous line! (Yes, you can totally do this; Koosje will show you how.)

Just so you know: By using continuous line, your drawing is going to look wonky. It’s supposed to, and it just adds character and charm to your sketch. Give it a try, and post your drawings online with the hashtag #sbsdrawtiptuesday.

If you don’t love the results the first time, keep at it! Use the idea of continuous line for your creativity, making new drawings and never giving up. To keep in practice, check out our on-demand kourses, which will give you an art lesson a day for a week or a month. And keep drawing!

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