A Drawing A Day: December Daily Drawing Prompts

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Can you believe we’re in our last month of Sketchbook Skool’s A Drawing A Day Challenge already? Don’t give up now. Just one more month of drawings stand between you and 31 otherwise blank pages.

Take a look at the list and start thinking about what you may want to sketch up in December. Also, don’t forget to add your sketchbook to your packing list as travel picks up around the holidays! We wouldn’t want you to miss out when we’re so close to completing what we set out to do.

If you’re new to the Sketchbook Skool A Drawing A Day Challenge, here’s what you need to know: To participate, just do a drawing a day. Use our prompts as inspiration. Post your drawing online with the hashtag #sbsadrawingaday. Join the Sketchbook Skool A Drawing A Day Facebook page to show off your work and receive a standing ovation!

Want a kickstart on learning how to be creative every day? Check out our A Drawing A Day kourse, re-launching this January!

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