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Draw Tip Tuesday: From Doodles to Drawings


Do you doodle? Grab some pens and let’s doodle along with Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene in this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday.

Doodling used to be something kids were punished for doing in classrooms. Now, it’s been scientifically proven to be a tool that actually helps you retain information, as well as helping to relax you.

It’s also a great way to unleash your imagination! Artist, designer, and all-around creative person Stefan Bucher does with his Daily Monster ink blot creatures. This is one of the ways he keeps his imagination alive and growing. Stefan teaches you how to do this in our How to draw wihout a talent kourse.

Follow along with Koosje, and give it a try yourself!

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