Drawing for Meetings, Presentations and Trainings
Whenever people think of meetings or trainings, they tend to roll their eyes and expect to be bored out of their minds. How about we change that? How about you learn how to make your meetings, trainings or presentations more effective and persuasive with the help of drawing?
With the help of drawings you attract people’s attention instantly, you communicate knowledge and meaning effectively, you spark people’s creativity and you keep them engaged all along the way. We will start with the basic elements of drawing and slowly build up tp drawing:
Elements of Nature such as Plants, Land Animals and Sea Life
Simple Faces, Cartoon Characters, Emotion and Action
Over 40 Different Symbols
As well as Useful Templates for Meetings and Trainings
Whether you believe you can draw or not, by the end of the course you will be able to create cool and creative images almost naturally. All you need to do is prepare your pen and preferable a notebook dedicated for this course. Through each section of the course you will learn how to draw all the elements mentioned before through direct observation and by replicating what you see on paper.
With constant practice and experimentation, drawing will no longer feel like a daunting task, rather it will become second nature.
Feel free to explore what the course has to offer. Check out the free preview videos and remember that you have a 30-day money back guarantee once you decide to take the course. Join me in the virtual classroom and let’s learn to make meetings and trainings great again.
What will you learn
How to Draw the Basic Elements to Get Started - Shapes, Word Bubbles, Arrows and more
How to Draw Elements of Nature such as Plants, Land Animals and Sea Life
How to Draw Faces and Cartoon Characters
How to Draw People, Emotion and Action
How to Draw 40+ Different Symbols
How to Draw Useful Templates for Meetings and Trainings
How to Explain Complex Concepts through Simple Images
How to Persuade and Educate more Effectively
How to Make Your Meetings and Trainings More Memorable
- If you believe you are not good at drawing, you are highly encouraged to join. These are not skills you are born with. You simply learn through observation, guidance, feedback and a lot of practice.
- Prepare a notebook, black pen and marker, as well as a few colored markers.
- 29 Lessons
- 04:16:45 Hours