Sketchnoting Football (Soccer) with Nadine Roßa

Sketchnoting Football (Soccer) with Nadine Roßa

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Nadine Roßa is a visual designer, illustrator, typelover and sketchnoter with a deep passion for pens, doodles, and visual notetaking. She proved that sketchnotes can be used for anything by sketchnoting the European Football (Soccer) Championships two years ago. This year she continued the sports theme by sketchnoting the games of the German team in the World Cup.

We are excited to share with you some of Nadine’s tips and tricks and point you to Nadine’s blog post on Football World Cup Sketchnotes: Tips and Tricks.

This year she sketched in the digital medium. Says Nadine

“That made things easier too. I really hate drawing footballs so I just drew one and copied it. I was also very free regarding format, so one sketch is rather long.”
— Nadine Roßa
 Practice core visual components and don’t be afraid to copy/past to save time

Practice core visual components and don’t be afraid to copy/past to save time

Read Nadine’s full blog post, pick up a copy of her book “Sketchnotes” (available in German on Amazon), or follow Nadine on Twitter at @nadrosia. [editor's note: Nadine's book, while written in German is extremely useful even if you don't know German - hey, it's about sketchnoting!]

Do you have a football/soccer sketchnote to share? Tweet it out with the hashtag #footballSN and tag @SketchnoteArmy and @nadrosia.

Thanks for sharing this with us Nadine!

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