Jan2020 Doodles

6:19 AM, Thursday February 6th 2020

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Heavy inspiration from Raphael Lacoste and Feng Zhu at the FZD Design School in Singapore. All feedback welcome!

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10:56 AM, Friday February 7th 2020

Oh man I love them. They are simple and clear and you can get what you wanted to do in certain parts. Just keep going!

7:53 PM, Friday February 7th 2020

Thank you for your feedback! Going to post some collected works every month. I always find after assignments that I wanna try and put it all together and have some fun.

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10:11 AM, Tuesday February 11th 2020

Great work! Really inspiring! I will try it!

There are so many videos on FZD channel that I don't know where to start... any advice?

5:58 PM, Tuesday February 11th 2020

Hey! Thank you for the kind feedback. Been slowly improving but its a marathon not a sprint.

I go one by one on the FZD videos. I watch the video and then apply what Feng is teaching to an new or existing project. I am on episode 13 at the moment. Start with one that interests you. They are FULL of helpful advice and information for improving your skills.

I love listening to the podcasts too. They are perfect for listening while I draw.


7:13 PM, Tuesday February 11th 2020

Thank's Alan for your answer!

I've already watched some FZD videos but I didn't know if there was a reading order... You started at ep1 and then chronologically?

7:43 PM, Tuesday February 11th 2020

Yeah I have not heard about any reading order. I could be wrong.

YUP! Chronologically, listen, then apply.

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