How do you make a beautiful sketchbook?

How do I spice up my sketchbook?

Below are five tips for spicing up your daily drawing habit:

  1. Text. You probably already spend time writing in your sketchbook or labeling drawings but have you ever tried playing with words from somewhere else? …
  2. Collage. …
  3. Framing. …
  4. Challenge! …
  5. Rework.

How do I thicken my sketchbook?

I know it’s not that easy, so I came up with 8 ideas to help you fill your sketchbook:

  1. Get over the fear of blank paper. …
  2. Use squared, lined or dotted paper. …
  3. Create art supply swatches. …
  4. Use washi tape to create masks. …
  5. Scribble challenge. …
  6. Doodle a song. …
  7. Brainstorm ideas for future drawings. …
  8. Start a quote journal.

What do you draw on sketchbook?

Creativity/Originality

  1. Draw yourself as an original superhero.
  2. Make a drawing that looks sticky.
  3. Draw a mysterious doorway or staircase.
  4. Draw an empty room. …
  5. Draw a flower. …
  6. Draw an object melting.
  7. Draw an imaginary place, adding all kinds of details.
  8. Draw a gumball machine that dispenses anything but gumballs.

How do I start a sketchbook journal?

How to Make a Sketchbook Journal

  1. Find the Right Sketchbook for You. When I go to purchase sketchbooks, I first look at the weight of the paper. …
  2. Decide a Page Theme and Start Creating. …
  3. Continue to Fill Up the Page. …
  4. Add Lettering/Designs/Paper Scraps/Etc.

How do you organize a sketchbook?

5 Ways to organize your sketchbook storage

  1. Make space. Dedicate one or more bookshelves to your sketchbooks. …
  2. Find space. Do you live in a small apartment or work in a very small study? …
  3. Archive. Use Washi Tape or masking tape and Sharpie markers to date the spines of your sketchbooks. …
  4. Color code. …
  5. Display.
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How do I fill my sketchbook?

How to fill your sketchbook?

  1. Make a ‘collection’ page of everyday snippets. …
  2. Look for details in a larger scene. …
  3. Don’t overthink what to draw. …
  4. Procrastinate on everything but making art. …
  5. Don’t be precious about your empty sketchbook.