Art Before Breakfast: The Workbook, Video #3


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Happy Monday, Sketchbook Skolars! If your weekend somehow wasn’t full of making art–hey, we all get busy–Sketchbook Skool co-founder Danny Gregory can help start your week off right. Danny’s been working his latest book, Art Before Breakfast: The Workbook right along with you, and in today’s video he shares a really cool trick for making up for lost time with a series of quick sketches. You’ll feel like the artist you truly are before you know it! Learn how to keep up the momentum with Sketchbook Skool klasses designed to fit into your busy life and show you how beautiful even small pockets of time can be when you’re capturing them in a sketch. Click here to pick a klass and get started right now (before something else comes up).

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