A Faster Way To Get Better At Drawing

I filled five whole sketchbooks in 2020 — and my drawing ability has improved significantly. I even drew my first comic!

This is down, in many ways, to changing how I use my sketchbook.

Before I begin, I should say I am not a trained artist, just an enthusiastic amateur. This process, new to me, won’t be new to the professionals among you but hopefully it will be inspiring…

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Video artist working at The New York Times. I write a weekly newsletter about visual storytelling and creativity. https://adamwestbrook.substack.com/

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Adam Westbrook

Adam Westbrook

Video artist working at The New York Times. I write a weekly newsletter about visual storytelling and creativity. https://adamwestbrook.substack.com/

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