MARKER REVIEW! Which Marker Brand Should You Choose?

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In this marker review video I’ll go over 6 different marker brands and show you how well each brand blend on marker paper. I will be using 2 markers of a similar shade of each brand. Except for the Promarker since I messed that up 😀 Summary: Prismacolor: Great marker for a specific type of sketching. Personally, I’m…

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I Went to New York + Fixing Ugly BiC Sketches with Markers

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Link to TheSketchMonkey Academy – https://bembliconsulting.clickfunnels.com/academy-sales-page Just got back from New York. What a city! I will definitely miss the energy of it. Especially when compared to Florida. But hey, we got the beaches. Beaches tend to slow people down for some reason. Anyway, adding some marker to a few sketches. Hope you learn something…

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Let’s Sketch Some Beemers! *SKETCH FAIL*

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I was browsing the Interwebs the other day while sipping on my 3rd cup of coffee. I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, just scrolling through stuff to make me feel like I was doing something productive even though the procrastination was strong. Then I saw it. A fantastic BMW sketch in 3/4 front view. I…

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Proportions! How to Sketch Products Quickly & Easily (It Gets Weird)

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Proportions. It’s a pain to get right sometimes isn’t it. Well it doesn’t have to be. In this video, you’ll learn how to think about proportions when sketching products and of course….cars. You want to start BIG. Explore the big elements of your products and how each element relates to another. Start with big cubes,…

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See What I Did Wrong Here? Cuda Marker Sketch

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The most effective way to learn something new, in my opinion, is to keep pushing through when something goes wrong. Not starting over completely, but stop for a minute, analyze what went wrong and then ADJUST. This can be applied to a lot of areas in life. It can also be applied to sketching. When…

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3 Important Sketching Exercises for Any Designer (Beginner)

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It’s easy to forget the essentials of design sketching. Oftentimes we want to skip the basics when we are learning something new and jump straight into the advanced stuff. In this video, you will learn of 3 important sketching exercises that I think is useful for any type of designer or illustrator. One thing to…

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Do This One Thing to Improve Your Pen Sketches

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Sometimes sketches turn out great in perspective and proportions, but there’s something missing. It might look “washed-out” with no depth or contrast to it. You could solve this by using a few markers to give some shading to the sketch. But what if you only have a pen to sketch with? How can you add…

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Reviewing Your Sketches! Proportions & Perspective

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In this review, I’ll go over some common mistakes when it comes to perspective, proportions and reflections. Join our Facebook Group TheSketchMonkey Community – https://www.facebook.com/groups/574439009366291/  

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How to Sketch with Markers – Car in 3/4 Front View

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How to Sketch with Markers – Car in 3/4 Front View. A few markers, a BiC pen, some white ink and a cup of coffee. Start with the BiC, get some lines down and think about proportions. Then add light marker, progressively go darker to add depth to your shading and reflections. Finish off with…

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Giving Feedback on Your Sketches!

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Really cool to see the sketches being posted for feedback in TheSketchMonkey Community! In this video, I go over some common perspective issues and how to add some details to digital renderings.    

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