Dimitri Visser

Dimitri Visser

Rotterdam, Netherlands / it's me!
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Book notes - The Sketchnote Handbook - Mike Rohde by sachac, via Flickr

Book notes - The Sketchnote Handbook - Mike Rohde by sachac, via Flickr

Steal Like an Artist Sketchnote from Scott Torrance @Scott Torrance

Steal Like an Artist Sketchnote from Scott Torrance @Scott Torrance

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27 Business Doodles (Vector PSD) 손그림 아이콘 (Vector PSD)

On the Creative Market Blog - 50+ Awesome Resources to Create Visual Notes, Graphic Recordings & Sketchnotes

On the Creative Market Blog - 50+ Awesome Resources to Create Visual Notes, Graphic Recordings & Sketchnotes

110 Hand-drawn Business and Office Icons - Business Icons

110 Hand-drawn Business and Office Icons - Business Icons

On the Creative Market Blog - 50+ Awesome Resources to Create Visual Notes, Graphic Recordings & Sketchnotes

On the Creative Market Blog - 50+ Awesome Resources to Create Visual Notes, Graphic Recordings & Sketchnotes

Workshop: 10 Tips to get Started Sketchnoting.

Workshop: 10 Tips to get Started Sketchnoting.

Sketchnote building blocks + visual vocabulary | Cheryl Lowry

Sketchnote building blocks + visual vocabulary | Cheryl Lowry

On the Creative Market Blog - 50+ Awesome Resources to Create Visual Notes, Graphic Recordings & Sketchnotes

On the Creative Market Blog - 50+ Awesome Resources to Create Visual Notes, Graphic Recordings & Sketchnotes

This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series Sketchnote LessonsA fun way to build your visual vocabulary is to explore metaphors and clichés. While you should minimize the use of clichés in writing, they frequently show up in speech, and drawing them can make your sketchnotes more visually interesting. Here’s a sampler of …

This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series Sketchnote LessonsA fun way to build your visual vocabulary is to explore metaphors and clichés. While you should minimize the use of clichés in writing, they frequently show up in speech, and drawing them can make your sketchnotes more visually interesting. Here’s a sampler of …