Join us for our 10 day challenge to your first sermon sketchnotes. Day 3 Today we looked at our simple sketchnote format where we write on 3/4 of the page and draw on 1/4. Here’s my offering. As you can see I didn’t follow my own directions to only draw in the right column, but fortunately, there are no Sketchnote Police so we can all
Join our 10 Day Sketchnote Challenge. Sketchnote your first Sermon TOMORROW. Check out the video and I will show you how. Day 1 Welcome to the Sketchnote Boss 10 Day Sermon Sketchnote ChallengeIf you need the printable, get it by signing up for the newsletter to the right. You will get an email with the link to the member’s only page. Look for project 21-5
In this post, we will learn to sketchnote 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 Love is. In this sketchnote we used a lot of Valentine images and icons to create a lovely sketchnote of this verse. Sketchnoting 1 Corinthians 13 In this video, I show the process I used to sketchnote 1 Corinthians 13. It is an awesome verse that is hard to live by sometimes. It is
In this post, we will explore why it’s important to draw every day and provide you with a list of words so you can draw one every day. Why Draw Daily? Welcome to 2021! It’s a great day to start our ICONOLOGY Challenge. In learning to draw icons, we are expanding our visual vocabulary. We are not making art, we are improving our brain processes.
Hello Everyone, Here’s day 1 through 5 for Inktober. I will be posting my week’s work on Fridays. You can see my daily progress on Instagram – @blessinks. Day 1 There are several verses about poison, but this verse jumped out at me. I was thinking poison ivy, since I am allergic. If I walk by it, I get it and am miserable for the
I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth after all. It’s been a busy summer so I’ve taken some time off. But I thought I’d do a little posting tonight. We started a prayer service at LifeSpring Community Church (1615 Thoele Road, St. Peters, MO). If you are anyone you know is in need of prayer, please join us. As far as my sketchnotes
This week I’m posting some sketchnotes I did for a recent Children’s Ministry Webinar I attended. The presenter loved these so much he incorporated them into his handout. These were easy to sketchnote as Mark Jones from Mr. Mark’s Classroom provided a lot of visual images during his webinar. We’re actually headed off to meet him at a Children’s Conference. Stay tuned for more sketchnotes.