Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 05, Episode 03: Magalie Le Gall
Mike is joined by Magalie LeGall from Versailles, France. Magalie is an academic librarian at Universite Paris Descartes, an avid sketchnoter, and an all-around fun person. Together they discuss the importance of making mistakes in our sketchnotes.
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- Magalie’s sketchnote origin story
- Application of sketchnoting in her professional life
- Discovering the sketchnote community
- How Sketchnoting fits into Magalie’s life
- Why starting sketchnoting was easier than now
- Why mistakes are great
- The problem with sketchnoting on the iPad)
- What to do when you run out of space for your sketchnote
- Pushing your boundaries
- Compare only to yourself, draw inspiration from others
- Importance of small, daily improvements (kaizen)
- Mike’s Beetle
- Magalie Le Gall’s blog
- Magalie Le Gall Twitter
- Philippe Boukobza
- Visual Mapping
- Marc Bourguignon
- Isabel Pailleau
- Celine Pernot-Burlet
- Sketchnote Hangout
- Wabi Sabi
- Eva-Lotta Lamm
- Julia Cameron: The Artist’s Way
- Quentin Blake
- Dr. Makayla Lewis
- Kraft Paper
- Pigma Micron pens
- Pentel touch brush
- TomBow Pens
- Uni Kuru Togu mechanical pencil
- Taysui Sketches
- Emphasis in your sketches - Like Quentin Blake
- Be honest and funny - humor helps!
- Shading is a great way to deal with mistakes
- Producer: Jon Schiedermayer
- Show Notes: Chris Wilson
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