I thought I would recap 2016 with my travels, books read and so on. I put them in sketchnote format. I would encourage you to do the same. Where did you travel? How many miles did you walk or run? What else do you want to document? I would encourage you to think about what you did in 2016. My process was to think about
I am very honored to be the May visiting artist at the Family Vision Center and the Potter’s Clay art studio. Come join us tomorrow night as we learn how to sketchnote and view some great art! It’s going to be a wonderful time! Here’s the link to the Family Vision Center if you want more information. See you tomorrow night!
Melissa’s Musing Product Review Blog has done a write up on Sermon Sketchnotes. We’re giving away a free Sermon Sketchnote on February 20th. Check out her blog post here: Sermon Sketch Notesby Marsha Baker @blessinks Review Go over and post a comment to enter in the give away. I’d love your comments to see how I can help you take more effective sketchnotes.
I got a note from Jan this week: I love how you illustrate notes! We took your workshop at the Daybreak Women’s Conference and enjoyed it very much. As I am going through the Bible this year I am trying to highlight anytime someone shows obedience to God’s Word. I would love to have a symbol that I can just draw in the margins but
3:12 Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Here are my sketch notes from Kelly Minter’s second talk going into more depth about the 5 things we should put on from Colossians 3:12. As you can see I took three pages of notes in this talk. Don’t feel you have to squeeze all your notes
I thought I would post one of my sketchnotes from Harvester Christian’s Daybreak (Women’s Conference) this year. Kelly Minter was the main speaker and she was truly a blessings. I’ll post more of my sketchnotes from her talk next week. I loved the Daybreak bag this year. It had lots of pockets and a great place for my pens I use for my sketchnotes! Kelly