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Why We Should All Make Bad Art

Inspiring Advice from my Favourite Professor

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The number one thing I’ve learned about art is this: You don’t have to be able to draw to make comics. On my first day in a course about the study of Graphic Forms with Sarah Leavitt, she instilled this into us immediately. My professor, a published graphic artist, was telling me to make bad art…




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Victoria A. Fraser

Victoria A. Fraser

Freelance copywriter, podcaster, and nerd. Follow along for humour, nerd stuff, writing tips and my opinions!

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