Top 5 Sketching Tips for Beginner Artists

In this video, I’ll be sharing the top five things I wish I knew when I first started sketching. In my opinion, quicker sketches and studies are just as important and more finalized pieces. Not to mention, there’s much more of a chance that a beginner artist will be able to progress faster when using whatever time is available on a continuous basis, than taking very long periods off between larger pieces. Treasure those sketchbooks and make it a habit!

Hand Pencil Sketch
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Bubblegum Ballgame by JR Tundra
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