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Sketchbook Skool co-founder Danny Gregory and A Drawing A Day kourse instructor Veronica Lawlor talk about developing an art habit by setting yourself up for success with the most important secret for creativity (watch to find out!). Say goodbye your excuses and hello to your new daily art habit! Sign up at sketchbookskool.com/kourses.
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