All posts by Rob Court

Founder and drawing coach at the Scribbles Institute, Rob helps adults and kids learn basic drawing skills for work, school, and enjoyment. He is the author of a number of how-to-draw books.

Online Student Drawing Show, 2011-12

Welcome to the Scribbles Institute Online Student Show, featuring work from our Adult and Youth studio sketchers as well as our Draw to Learn schools in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. All of our students start with basic lessons on measuring proportions, positive/negative space, and contours before moving to more advanced projects. The pastel drawing of the peacock, shown above is by Grace B. from Natural Bridges High School. In the following images you’ll see Levels 1, 2, and 3 students at different stages of development. Enjoy the fantastic work by our 2011-12 students! Continue reading Online Student Drawing Show, 2011-12

Graphic Recording: Sharing Complex Ideas Through Drawing

Are you one of those people who likes to solve problems on the job by sketching your ideas for coworkers? Are you a visual communicator interested in putting your drawing skills to work for businesses and organizations? Check out what these sketchers are doing to answer the call of duty as graphic recorders and graphic facilitators. Continue reading Graphic Recording: Sharing Complex Ideas Through Drawing