Sketchnotes - Give Yourself A Headstart - I like to begin with the name of the talk, the name of the presenter, and possibly the organisation that he or she represents. You don’t need to follow this format. However, if you do, there’s no need to wait for the talk to begin to sketch this information— While other people are changing rooms and the presenter is being introduced, I like to make a start on my sketch, so that I’m not playing catch-up with meta-data once the presentation has begun.
Here’s another dirty secret of mine: the sketchnotes I created at a recent conference all had the grey marker effects applied on the plane home from the conference. I don’t subscribe to any kind of purist mentality that “the sketch must be completed during the presentation” . It only took a few minutes to add grey shades to those sketches, and I think the extra depth that it brings to the sketch is terrific
Style theme? The Ampersand: for the big AND, what connects the YOU and I, the Mr. and Mrs., the I do and til death do us part... Like a broken infinity sign, saying that though we vow our vows for life we alone cannot do it, it takes God for it to last and be built on a love that endures forever.