Ever since I was a high school student in the 80s, I found that it was much easier to pay attention during lectures and remember what was said if I drew as I listened. Usually, for me that means cartoons! Years later I discover Sketchnotes and a whole Sketchnote Army of likeminded individuals. I created these sketchnotes live during a presentation on Grit and Growth Mindset at our teacher inservice day.
Today's sketchnote by Faith Kuzma is really good!
Using a Field Notes notebook and a black pen, this Sketchnote was completed during a two hour presentation on the global urban ecosystem. Although it is small in scale, it captures a majority of the big ideas and examples presented during the speech along with a few random fun facts!
The use of dots and shades makes the composition dynamic while keeping a very ordered and and clean flow.
Beautiful work Faith!
Un post condiviso da Juan Felipe Caro (@felipecaro_illustration) in data: 18 Gen 2017 alle ore 14:32 PST
I particularly like this sketchnote by Felipe Caro
Quick sketchnote exercise to depict my journey as an Illustrator which also ended up being a illustrated CV.
I love it Felipe! Particularly how it mimic a spiral bound notebook.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Here is a beautiful work by David Burton.
Teaming up with the Dorset Wildlife Trust for some sketchnotes to help people "Make Wildlife Welcome" was great fun. It was challenging to draw things other than rectangles (most tech things are rectangles: phones, screens, keyboards, laptops) and felt very rewarding working for a worthy cause.
I suggest to visit David's Flickr set for some more awesome sketchnotes.
Excellent, as usual David!
Today's guest is Sandra aka SanBo .
My first Sketchnote live! I've discovered Sketchnotes thanks to Béatrice Lhuillier, and read Mike Rohde's book between Christmas & New Year's Eve. I LOVE visual thinking, so natural and easier ! Two trials, one on my BuJo, one during a webinar, and this sketchnote was the first time I've sketchnote in live. A conference in Paris, Lyvia Cairo (lyviadebloque.com/), my coach. I know her universe, so I felt quite confortable. But at some point I've wondered if one page would be enough ! SanBo, EfferveScience
Well done Sandra! I like the green highlights.