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Mike Rohde interviews sketchnoters about tools, techniques, and their approach to the practice and craft of sketchnoting.

Sketchnote Army Podcast Mike Rohde

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Mike Rohde interviews sketchnoters about tools, techniques, and their approach to the practice and craft of sketchnoting.

    Raffaelina Rossetti + Karl Damke: lernOS - SE08 / EP10

    Raffaelina Rossetti + Karl Damke: lernOS - SE08 / EP10

    In this episode, I talk with Raffaelina Rossetti and Karl Damke about their excellent work on lernOS to teach sketchnoting. LernOS is an open source platform for learning that relies on circles of learners to accelerate learning and provide both accountability and encouragement along the way. You’re going to love this episode!
    SPONSORED BYThis episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Paperlike, a screen protector for the iPad that makes drawing with the Apple Pencil feel like paper.
    Paperlike’s Nanodot technology offers the paper-like friction you want with the clearer screen visibility you need. This new surface even improves drawing precision — and reduces arm fatigue. It’s the closest you’ll get to paper on a digital screen. Buy yours today!
    https://paperlike.com/sketchnotearmy
    RUNNING ORDERIntro: What is lernOS?Who are Raffaelina and Karl?How lernOS Sketchnoting came to beTranslating lernOS Sketchnoting Guide to EnglishThe importance of projects and objectives in lernOSHow circles help learners with accountabilityIndividual goals for you first, meta goals secondThe flexibility of lernOS for learnersTips for lernOS circlesHow long it takes for a circle to gelThe value of a sketchnote selfieThe importance of feedbackThe value of investing in a circleCircle success storiesOutroLINKSKarl Damke on TwitterKarl’s WebsiteRaffaelina Rossetti on TwitterRaffaelina’s WebsitelernOS Sketchnoting Guide in GermanlernOS Sketchnoting Guide in EnglishlernOS Sketchnoting EN AcknowledgementsWhat is lernOS?About lernOSSketchnote Camp Hamburg 2017 PodcastSimon DuckertSketchnote Army Slack where you can find a circleCIRCLE TIPSStop talking and start doing.Start your circle on social media with other sketchnotersKeep the circle small enough to be manageable, 4 or 5 maxBe honest while you’re setting goalsCREDITSProducer: Alec PulianasTheme music: Jon SchiedermayerSUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESYou can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.
    SUPPORT THE PODCASTTo support the creation, production and hosting of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, buy one of Mike Rohde’s bestselling books. Use code ROHDE40 at Peachpit.com for 40% off!

    • 59 min
    David Brittain - SE08 / EP09

    David Brittain - SE08 / EP09

    In this episode, I talk with David Brittain, a co-founder of the powerful drawing tool, Concepts. We talk about David’s path into programming, the philosophy and origin story of Concepts for tablets. If you haven’t considered Concepts before, this discussion will give you insights into why Concepts works the way it does.
    SPONSORED BYThis episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Neuland, the innovative maker of visual thinking tools. Every Neuland product is designed with passion to be durable and sustainable. Check out their newly redesigned Neuland FineOne® line of water-based, refillable markers.
    https://neuland.com
    Save 15% with code amb290425 until December 31, 2020
    RUNNING ORDERIntro: Who is David?David’s path into visualizationTransition and integration pointsMoving from gaming into visualizationCollaboration with co-founder Ben MerillThe process Concepts uses for feature developmentQuality software over release dates for release sakeThe philosophy behind ConceptsThe benefits of a vector-based drawing toolThe Concepts object library featureNew features: Align and Snap-to-Grid New features: Export SelectionNew features: Presentation ModeTools3 tipsOutroLINKSConcepts WebsiteConcepts YouTube ChannelDavid on TwitterDavid on LinkedIn David on FlickrDavi’s Email - David -at- concepts.appSuperscape on WikipediaCo-founder Ben Merrill on TwitterRemote Work is a Platform - Jason FriedConcepts Learn to Draw Series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4TOOLSSlackGithubGoogle OfficeFigma3 TIPSWarm up before you sketchnoteUse our learn to draw series of videos to improveGet feedback from others on how you can improveCREDITSProducer: Alec PulianasTheme music: Jon SchiedermayerSUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESYou can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.
    SUPPORT THE PODCASTTo support the creation, production and hosting of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, buy one of Mike Rohde’s bestselling books. Use code ROHDE40 at Peachpit.com for 40% off!

    • 56 min
    Georg Petschnigg - SE08 / EP08

    Georg Petschnigg - SE08 / EP08

    In this episode, I talk with Georg Petschnig, founder of Paper for iPad, and General Manager at WeTransfer. Georg talks about his entry into visual thinking, Paper’s origin story, and the team’s philosophy behind Paper. If you haven’t considered Paper before, this discussion will give you insights into why Paper works the way it does.
    SPONSORED BYThis episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Paperlike, a screen protector for the iPad that makes drawing with the Apple Pencil feel like paper. Paperlike’s Nanodot technology offers the paper-like friction you want with the clearer screen visibility you need. This new surface even improves drawing precision — and reduces arm fatigue. It’s the closest you’ll get to paper on a digital screen. Buy yours today!
    https://paperlike.com/sketchnotearmy
    RUNNING ORDERIntro: Who is Georg?Paper app in a nutshellA little about WeTransferGeorg’s path into visualizationWhat is Paper app meant to do? Breakthrough in thought and notation are intertwinedThe tools in Paper and what they were built forPhilosophy of making Paper do they jobs they want to doThe intentions and constraints built into the Paper appMore voices and more opinions makes for better ideasThe normality of sketching in some culturesThe Paper StorePeople will find ways to make things workShared values and dedicated teams of great apps like PaperNerdy Paper question 1: Where did the Paper background color come from?Nerdy Paper question 2: Does Paper use vectors or bitmaps?Mike’s feature request: LayersThe Paper Way of app design to make working more fluidTools3 tipsOutroLINKSGeorg’s WebsiteGeorg on TwitterGeorg on LinkedIn WeTransfer WebsitePaper MixPaper StoreCo-Founder Andrew AllenInterview with Andrew AllenTOOLSWhiteboardsSticky NotesMoleskine NotebooksMuji PensiPad Pro Apple PencilPaper by WeTransferFigmaPasteWhimsicalMiroBloomMakeSpsaceCausal3 TIPSDon’t be shy: express your point of view and be that leader!Just get started.These aren’t paintings, these are sketches — get stuff out.CREDITSProducer: Alec PulianasTheme music: Jon SchiedermayerSUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESYou can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.
    SUPPORT THE PODCASTTo support the creation, production and hosting of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, buy one of Mike Rohde’s bestselling books. Use code ROHDE40 at Peachpit.com for 40% off!

    • 55 min
    Patti Dobrowolski - SE08 / EP07

    Patti Dobrowolski - SE08 / EP07

    In this episode, I talk with Patti Dobrowolski about her path into visualization and her passion for drawing your future. We talk about the power of visualization and how we as sketchnoters are perfect facilitators for this work in the world.
    SPONSORED BYThis episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Neuland, the innovative maker of visual thinking tools. Every Neuland product is designed with passion to be durable and sustainable. Check out their newly redesigned Neuland FineOne® line of water-based, refillable markers.
    https://neuland.com
    Save 15% with code amb290425 until December 31, 2020
    RUNNING ORDERIntro: Who is Patti?Patti’s path into visual thinkingWhat is visualization and how does it work?Why visualizing a future state is so powerfulHow to build a current and future picture for yourselfHow daydreaming ignites creative geniusFocus on what is truly important by drawing itThe importance of telling ourselves a new story to followHow science fiction imagined our futureLiving drawings of your futureThe draw your future processScaring yourself out of your comfort zoneTools3 tipsOutroLINKSAmazon affiliate links below support the Sketchnote Army Podcast.
    Patti’s WebsiteCertification/ambassador ProgramPatti’s TEXxRanier TalkPatty on FacebookPatti on InstagramPatti on LinkedInPatti on YouTubePatty on VimeoPatti on TwitterBOOK: Limitless by Jim KwikMonk TV seriesKarate Kid filmAgile Work ProfilerTOOLSAmazon affiliate links below support the Sketchnote Army Podcast.
    Neuland BigOne OutlinerTombow MarkersMungyo Pastels4’ x 200’ Paper RollRemoiPad ProApple PencilApple Notes App3 TIPSLearn to observeFeed your creative genius ideasImmerse yourself in a messy spaceCREDITSProducer: Alec PulianasTheme music: Jon SchiedermayerSUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESYou can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.
    SUPPORT THE PODCASTTo support the creation, production and hosting of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, buy one of Mike Rohde’s bestselling books. Use code ROHDE40 at Peachpit.com for 40% off!

    • 44 min
    Jay Hosler - SE08 / EP06

    Jay Hosler - SE08 / EP06

    In this episode I talk with Jay Hosler, a professor at Juniata College in Pennsylvania. He’s a scientist who has found a way to represent science with comics! Hear how Jay came into this space, and the relationship he sees between comics and sketchnoting.
    SPONSORED BYThis episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by The Sketchnote Ideabook, the sketchbook designed for sketchnoters.
    Equipped with a no-bleed, now show through paper, The Sketchnote Ideabook can take almost any marker or pen you can throw at it.
    Learn more at:
    https://sketchnoteideasbook.com
    RUNNING ORDERIntro: Who is JayJay’s path into comics and visual thinkingUsing story’s to describe the natural worldWhy sometimes scientists resist storytelling and visualsHow story and drawing are bound togetherCracked crystal of science, story, and artLayering of information: facts, context, story, and styleWhat excites Jay about describing science with comicsWonderstanding — a way of viewing our worldThe capacity to explain and a sense of wonder and curiosityThe challenging nature of sketchnoting vs. comics for JayImposter complex and how it impacts our drawing skillsChanneling nervousness into excitement about what you’re doing5 basic shapes helps sketchnoters become immediately successfulModel of motivation: see the value, be supported, and efficacyWhat is Jay excited about? The re-release of Clan Apis in colorToolsNot knowing anything is a form of freedom3 tipsOutroLINKSAmazon affiliate links below support the Sketchnote Army Podcast.
    Jay’s WebsiteJay’s Science ComicsJay on TwitterJay on InstagramJay on LinkedIn Jay’s BooksBook: Story by Robert McKeeRobert McKee’s Story WebinarFrank Miller’s DaredevilBugs Bunny’s Pronoun TroubleGraphic Novel: Clan ApisColorist Hillary SycamoreComic: Bone by Jeff SmithTOOLSAmazon affiliate links below support the Sketchnote Army Podcast.
    Moleskine Art SketchbookKoh-i-Noor Mechanical PencilPilot Color Mechanical Pencil Eno 0.7mm Soft BlueRapidograph PensJapanese Kuretake Pocket Brush PenVellum Bristol Board 11 x 14Westcott Clear Plastic Straight EdgeWite-Out Correction Pen Sakura Pigma Micron Pens3 TIPSDon’t be afraidFind the tool that feels right in your hand and helps ideas flow Share your workCREDITSProducer: Alec PulianasTheme music: Jon SchiedermayerSUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESYou can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.
    SUPPORT THE PODCASTTo support the creation, production and hosting of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, buy one of Mike Rohde’s bestselling books. Use code ROHDE40 at Peachpit.com for 40% off!

    • 1h 1m
    Nadine Rossa - SE08 / EP05

    Nadine Rossa - SE08 / EP05

    In this episode, I talk with Berlin-based sketchnoter, author, illustrator Nadine Rossa. Hear how she got into visualization, how she wrote her books, and the excitement she has around online teaching and some of the opportunities and challenges it presents.
    SPONSORED BYThis episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Paperlike, a screen protector for the iPad that makes drawing with the Apple Pencil feel like paper. Paperlike’s Nanodot technology offers the paper-like friction you want with the clearer screen visibility you need. This new surface even improves drawing precision — and reduces arm fatigue. It’s the closest you’ll get to paper on a digital screen. Buy yours today!
    https://paperlike.com/sketchnotearmy
    RUNNING ORDERIntro: Who is NadineNadine’s origin storyHer experience writing booksNadine’s path to iteachingWhat makes online training differentStrengths and weaknesses go online vs. in-personWhat Nadine is most excited about in the futureTools3 tipsOutroLINKSNadine’s WebsiteNadine on InstagramNadine on LinkedInNadine on TwitterNadine’s BooksScriberiaGoogle TranslateGoogle Translate AppTOOLSAmazon affiliate links below support the Sketchnote Army Podcast.
    iPad Pro and Apple PencilProcreateLeuchtturm NotebooksSakura Micron Pigma Fineliner PensNeuland Fine One PensNeuland OutlinersTombow Brush Pens3 TIPSLower your expectations, nobody is perfectPractice a lot — do it daily to get betterLook for inspiration, copy to learn, then make it your ownCREDITSProducer: Alec PulianasTheme music: Jon SchiedermayerSUBSCRIBE ON ITUNESYou can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.
    SUPPORT THE PODCASTTo support the creation, production and hosting of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, buy one of Mike Rohde’s bestselling books. Use code ROHDE40 at Peachpit.com for 40% off!

    • 39 min

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