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May 01, 2014

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Patricia

Great stuff! Thanks for sharing. For people like me who are not really good at drawing: What kind of tools do you recommend for the drawing, and do you know of any good tutorials to get started?
Thanks again for your great work and resources.

garr

Patricia, as for books, how about "You Can Draw in 30 Days"? Good book that can really improve drawing for "people who think they can not draw."

Also Dan Roams "Back of the Napkin" for learning to draw very simple stick figures for use in live talks. Helps for drawing at the whiteboard, but also you could use the stick figures in slides too.

Patricia

Thank you! I will check them out. Appreciate your reply.

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