art of a fan

The Art of a Fan: A Sketchbook Skool Film

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At Sketchbook Skool, we all know how drawing can enhance your appreciation of everything. People around you, the teacup in front of you, conversations you overhear in the cafe, food, and hockey games. Yes, even hockey.

Marcy Singer, Sketchbook Skool student and ardent fan of the New York Rangers, combined her love of hockey and her passion for drawing in a fantastic way.

Over time, we’re learning that these seemingly unlikely combinations aren’t that rare. Brian Butler, a teacher in our kourse, loves to sketch concerts he goes to. He’s done it so often he can’t imagine going to a show and not drawing.

What passion of yours can be even more enjoyable by drawing it?

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