I’m so excited to share the index for Rapidograph 101, a short video course on how to use and take care of your technical pens.
When I started my Engineering career, I had no idea this things existed, no idea how to use them and it was difficult for me to feel comfortable drawing and writing with them. I’m very happy to create this video course because I really believe it will help you to ease the transition and to minimize the shock of the first sight. Also I know it will help you to take care of your technical pens, specially if you haven’t used them in years (like I had!).
It will take me a little while to create this video course, so I’ll be updating you of the advances in the next few posts!
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I’ll start the presale of this videocourse once I have advanced in the production of the material. You know I like to have something secure before the presale so you’ll get a product on launch date. Please, don’t worry, you’ll be notified when the presale starts over here or over email.
If you are an art student, engineering student, architecture student, artist, creator or a writer, I think you’ll enjoy this short videocourse and should subscribe right away!
Just to give you a little sneak peek of what’s coming in my Rapidograph 101 short video course, here’s the index of the material I’m producing:
- Get to know your technical pens.
- Tips before learning how to use them.
- Write with technical pens 1.
- Write with technical pens 2.
- Draw with technical pens 1.
- Draw with technical pens 2.
- Take care of your technical pens.
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