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Speed Drawing of my daily webcomic "Then This Happened" Nov 30 2019


Every day I draw and post a four-panel comic about something that happened to me. It was a way to make sure I draw something each day and blog something each day.

On my YouTube channel, I've started posting videos of how I draw the comic on my tablet using MediBang Paint.

Since I do this every day I set a time limit of 15 minutes to get it done. The time limit helps me learn how to express myself and get my point across without thinking too much about it. Also, I would spend way to much time doing the comic if I didn't set a limit.

Check out the speed drawing videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCBDD74A56E84FF68

Tablet I use 
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-Inch 16 GB Tablet with S Pen - https://amzn.to/2OBh27B

Drawing app I use
MediBang Paint - https://medibangpaint.com/

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