Draw Tip Tuesday: Koosje’s Sketchbook Flip through

Koosje's Sketchbook tour

Draw Tip Tuesday: Koosje’s Sketchbook Flip through

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In this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday, see a flip through of a few of Koosje’s sketchbooks in one video. These books are full of a diverse array of things, from selfies, to breakfasts, to scenery, to people.

Seeing other people’s sketchbooks can inspire you to let loose in your own. Your sketchbooks don’t have to have a theme, unless you want them to. They don’t have to have “finished” art or even a continuous style. They can be anything you want them to be.

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