Learn to Sketch... a Timeline

Meg M., sketchologist and content designer

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7 Videos (18m)
    • Class Intro

      2:55
    • Project Demo

      1:06
    • Sketch Alphabet

      3:11
    • People & Faces

      3:05
    • Places & Locations

      4:00
    • Education & Business

      3:33
    • Bonus video

      0:26
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About This Class

This class will:

  • show you how to sketch a timeline to convey a lot of meaning, in a short amount of space and time;
  • be perfect for anyone who has ever said ‘I can’t draw!’

'Sketch' means ‘a rough or unfinished drawing… often made to assist in making a more finished picture.'

Using a 5 basic shapes sketch alphabet you can sketch just about anything. Sketching is fast and it can be done anywhere, using pen and paper, a digital device or a whiteboard.

'Learn to Sketch...a Timeline' is the first class on the Sketchability pathway to visual storytelling.

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10 of 10 students recommendSee All

Quick and easy technique. Thank you.
This course will have you conveying ideas and finding your doodle style in a blink of an eye.
quick easy and entertaining thanks!!

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Meg M.

sketchologist and content designer

Sketchologist and content designer from the coolest little capital in the world - Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.

What is a Sketchologist?  Someone who can sketch visual stories, ideas and concepts to unravel complex information and help to find solutions.

I would like to encourage everyone to see how easy it is to regain that childhood delight in making a mark on paper (or iPad), to pick up the pen and roughly sketch out your ideas, thoughts and problems to mak...

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