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When it comes to illustrative design drawing is the capstone in the arch of creativity. The better you can work out your visual problem-solving in the drawing stage the easier it will be to build it Vector form. But I realize drawing can be an intimidating task for many who don't make it a habit. So in this chapter we'll go over some practical aspects related to drawing in context of design so you can continue to improve your approach with each new project you work on.
We'll cover topic such as Anyone can draw, Thumbnail sketching, Refining your drawn ideas, and Thinking in shapes. With these methods you'll be well prepared to design and fully develop your ideas so grab a pencil and some paper and prepare to draw.
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