In this post I am going to take you step by step in how to prepare your page to do a sermon sketchnote. We are going to do a sketchnote on a short sermon by Francis Chan.
I started by writing the title at the top right and then under the Bonus Challenge (in your Sketchnote Summer Camp) I added the information for the source of my sketchnote. In this case, I sketchnoted a sermon from Francis Chan about Being Still. I chose it because it fit in perfectly with our challenge this week to draw a treehouse and imagine your quiet place. His sermon was based on Psalms 46:10 – Be Still and know that I am God.
After I lettered the title and the speaker, I drew some boxes in pencil across the page I drew a total of 12 boxes three rows of 4 boxes across. I did this in Pencil to give me some very general guidelines as to how I should organize the flow of information. Blocking the information helps the eye organize the information and makes it easier to process.
I tried to leave room to draw images where it made sense. I drew the treadmill and an anchor to demonstrate the deep relationship that God wants to have with us.
As you look over my notes. don’t be concerned if the things I thought were important were not the things you thought were imporant. You may have picked up on other things that I missed, so sketch images and words that are important to you. My example above is just what spoke to me, yours will probably look totally different and that is really just perfect.
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