Study Hall: Drawing a Vacation

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In last week’s Sketchbook Skool Storytelling klass, Danny Gregory gave lessons in how to sketch a road trip (a lot more impressive than postcards and photos). In this Study Hall video, Koosje Koene shares her recent trip to Thailand through her sketches. Taking photos is a fun part of any vacation, but as Koosje shows you these lush, rich images in her sketchbook, you’ll see why drawing a trip can make it last more vividly than any other souvenir.

Have you ever kept a vacation sketch diary? What did you bring with you to draw and paint?

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