Jill Weber sketchbook

Make a Book About Your Passion


Have you ever wondered how you can take your sketches to another level, one that will tell your stories in even greater dimension? We did, and we found a teacher to show us.

Sketchbook Skool fakulty member Jill Weber creates delightful handmade books from her sketches. Through maps, inserts, and other surprises in the books, Jill celebrates the richness of life in the garden of her New Hampshire farm. Enjoy a tour of both in this video.

Whether you’ve been sketching for a while and have been searching for new ways to present your work, or you want to start making art and need someone to show you how, our Sketchbook Skool course has so many ways for you to tell your stories. Join us–enroll here.

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