Draw Tip Tuesday: Drawing an Interior with Continual Line

drawing an interior

Draw Tip Tuesday: Drawing an Interior with Continual Line


We’re continuing our continual line drawing party with this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday: drawing an entire interior with a continual line.

Think that sounds tricky? It is! But in a good way. In this video, Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene will show you how to draw an interior space, including furniture and whats on your walls, with just one line, without lifting your pen from the page.

Just a note: Koosje speeded up the video so it wouldn’t be too long, but please take your time with this. Go slow, and watch the magic unfold in one long line.

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