Draw Tip Tuesday: How to Make An Accordion Sketchbook

how to make an Accordion Sketchbook

Draw Tip Tuesday: How to Make An Accordion Sketchbook

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In this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday, Koosje Koene, co-founder of Sketchbook Skool shares a sketchbook tour from two of her accordion sketchbooks.

Make your own Accordion Sketchbook

An accordion sketchbook can be a fun way to show a sequence of events, or a timeline of a full day in your life, or any theme you can think of. Check out these two themed sketchbooks, and get some tips for making your own accordion sketchbook.

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