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Pardon My Dust – Dynamic Sketching with Peter Han

Start with large basic shapes, add details after, have fun with the process, and then let go of it and try againIn Pardon My Dust, by director Adriel de la Torre, watch Dynamic Sketching teacher Peter Han illustrate on a chalkboard as he talks about teaching the practice of seeing, visualizing, and expressing drawn images through very simple shapes.

Related watching: chalk street artist Philippe Baudelocque, picture book maker Oliver Jeffers, and more videos that include drawing.

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