How to get over anxiety and fears + VLOG 03

There’s a little personal secret I want to share with you. When I was younger, I used to be extremely camera shy and insecure around people, social anxiety if you will. I was the weird kid in high school that would sketch all day in class and didn’t really talk a lot. (Still don’t like…

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I’m Not a Fan of Making Grand Plans

I’m not a big fan of making grand plans for years to come. Whether it be geographical, in a state of mind or working on a project, staying too long in one place is dangerous. Having life “planned out” sounds incredibly boring to me. When I can see myself and know exactly where I will…

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Apple Pencil – Just a stylus or am I missing something?

The Apple Pencil has me confused. I’m watching the live event by Apple and they introduce the stylus. Jony Ive could probably sell ice to eskimos. With his soothing, calm british accent he can make anything sound incredibly amazing and dream like. But isn’t the Apple Pencil JUST A STYLUS? Is there anything revolutionary about…

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VLOG-02 – Going to the book store + Lazy Eyed Lizard

In this vlog me and Lindsey are heading out to find some books on a hot Sunday and talk about Swedish food. I’m going to make Lindsey try our Swedish specialty “surströmming”, which is basically rotten fish in a can. Google it and you’ll see what I mean Click here for VLOG-02.

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The Secret to Getting Things Done

Sometimes I have a task at hand and know exactly what needs to be done, but it is so hard to start doing it. It might be something like doing the dishes. Or going for a run. Or maybe I have some sketches I told myself I would do hours ago. When I pass the…

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3 Ways to Improve Your Sketching Line Quality

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Having a good sketching line quality can make a quick 5 minute doodle look like a semi-rendering. But how do you practice it? Here are 3 exercises I do and you can do as well to really get those smooth, clean lines going.   1, “The Dot Connector” Grab a clean sheet of paper. Add a bunch…

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