SketchnoteHangout.com visual dictionary was co-created during ‘#SNhangout No. 17 co-creating sketchnote cheat sheets’ on Thursday 30 June 2016, 20:00 – 21:00 BST. The collaborative session led to the creation of a 2-page visual dictionary that includes actions, emotions, technology, things, concepts, and other. The #SNhangout No. 17 started with a prompt, discussion of the key icons used within sketchnotes, and attendees then to sketched each icon. At the end attendees were asked to submit their sketches. Makayla Lewis vectored the submitted sketches and designed a 2 page A4 black and white PDF.
SketchnnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary is a FREE .PDF resource for the community to download and use.
SketchnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary was drawn by:
- Makayla Lewis (@maccymacx)
- Mauro Toselli (@xlontrax)
- Marianne Rady (@MarianneRady)
- Marc Dugue (@MarcDugue)
- Marc Bourguignon (@100978Marc)
- Claire Ohlenschlager (@claire_ohl)
- Ruth Baker (@ruthiebee85)
- Lorraine Kasyan (@LorraineKasyan)
- Miriam Sturdee (@asmirry)
- Jim O’Donnell (@pekingspring)
SketchnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary was edited by Makayla Lewis (@maccymacx) in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
We would like to thank the wider sketchnote community for your enthusiasm and support for the sketchnoteHangout.com co-created visual dictionary.
Note: SketchnnoteHangout.com visual dictionary is a free .PDF resource thus entering £0 is acceptable. If you choose to donate please be aware all donations will be fed back into improving SketchnoteHangout.com for more information please go to https://sketchnotehangout.com/2016/11/03/donating-100-to-sketchnote-hangout/
This amazingly fun warm up task was created by Josie Dee, an avid sketchnoter who has been sketchnoting for the last 18 months or so. Josie has always been a visual thinker and many of her theatre devising, directing and writing hours are captured visually on post-its and most started with the listening and visualisation of music.
A special guest from Betabook will be live sketchnoting Tanja Cappell Sketchnote Hangout No. 27 Hand lettering. This will give attendees a chance to see the wonderful sketchnote tool in action, it also means attendees can focus on practicing hand lettering with Tanja and leave the Sketchnote Hangout summary to Betabook special guest.
This month we have teamed up with Betabook to offer the SketchnoteHangout.com community 10% off all purchases from 14 April to 30 April 2017.
The Betabook’s seamless matte surface makes it easy to save your creations, ideas and notes wherever you are: just take a photo. Betabook is a practical tool for everyday communication and collaboration. It offers you the experience of analog writing without wasting paper. Betabook is designed to be a portable companion you can fit inside a handbag or tote and have with you all the time. It is great for: visual communication, mindmapping, doodling, sketchnotes, note taking, brainstorming, and collecting sensitive and confidential information. Betabook minimal design allows for no digital distractions, enabling you to pay attention to what matters.
To qualify for 10% discount, you must RSVP and attend this hangout. Please RSVP before 13th April 2017 as the discount code will be emailed to RSVPs on 15th April 2017 at 1pm BST.
Terms and conditions:
Only those that RSVP for this will hangout be sent the code. Only RSVP if you intend to participate in the Hangout. Discount code must NOT be shared with anyone, PERSONAL USE ONLY. Discount code is site wide and can be used multiple times between 14 April to 30 April 2017.
Need to buy pens, paper or refills for Tanja Cappell Sketchnote Nangout No. 27 Hand lettering? Don’t worry SketchnoteHangout.com is here to help. This month we have teamed up with cultpens.com to offer the SketchnoteHangout.com community 10% off all purchases from 14 April to 7 May 2017.
Cultpens stock absolutely everything they can lay our hands on, from specially-imported Japanese rollerballs to limited edition fountain pens; from eraser refills for mechanical pencils to industrial markers; from fine art markers to designer desk pens and they ship worldwide.
Tanja Cappell recommends Sketchnote Hangout No. 27 RSVPs have with them one of the follow notepad and pen, if you don’t have them don’t worry Cultpens.com does.
Recommended Paper (only one of the following is recommended):
- Rhodia Dot Pad for beginners: https://www.cultpens.com/i/q/RH25285/rhodia-dotpad-a4-(210-x-297)-black
- Rhodia Plain Notepad for advanced: https://www.cultpens.com/i/q/RH25369/rhodia-head-stapled-notepad-no18-a4-(210-x-297)-black
Note: smooth and un-grained paper is recommended.
Recommended Pens (only one of the following is recommended):
- Pentel Sign Pen: https://www.cultpens.com/i/q/PN02375/pentel-sign-pen-s520
- Pilot V Sign Pen: https://www.cultpens.com/i/q/PL01399/pilot-v-signpen-swvsp
- Edding Fineliner: https://www.cultpens.com/i/q/ED51849/edding-89-fineliner-pen
- Edding Pen: https://www.cultpens.com/i/q/ED05821/edding-1200-colourpen
- Tombow Mono Twin (for other surfaces than paper): https://www.cultpens.com/i/q/TM53179/tombow-mono-twin-permanent-fineliner-pen
Note: You can use ANY felt tip (coloured) pen or fineliner that has no brush tip 🙂
To qualify for 10% discount, you must RSVP and attend this hangout. Please RSVP before 13th April as the discount code will be emailed to RSVPs on 15th April at 1pm BST.
Terms and conditions:
Only those that RSVP for this will hangout be sent the code. Only RSVP if you intend to participate in the Hangout. Discount code must NOT be shared with anyone, PERSONAL USE ONLY. Discount code is site wide and can be used multiple times between 14 April to 7 May 2017.
Download your printables and start building your visual vocabulary! At the end of the month practice what you’ve learnt by sketchnoting a story about your anthropomorphic character. This month has four pages, one for the icon’s, one offering an tips and examples, one for creating a anthropomorphic character, and one for your sketchnote.
Share your progress daily, weekly or at the end of the month with @SN_Hangout and @SketchnoteLDN using #SNChallenge on Twitter, Instagram or Flickr. Share the printables with friends and family and have fun!
Download Icon & Sketchnote Challenge printables at www.gumroad.com/snchallenge
P.S. Additional anthropomorphic characters articles and examples: