Kemvas LED Light Board | Product Review and How-To

GET 20% off your purchase of this KEMVAS light board! Use promo code 20DRAWITTOO during checkout by going to the website, https://kemvas.com/LightBoard. Enjoy!

More specs and details:

Resolution Ratio: 3810lpi
Package: Yes
Tablet length: 13.2inch / 335mm
Tablet Width: 9.25inch / 235mm
Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160
Interface Type: USB
Material: Acrylic
DC Light source: LED
Power: 5V - 12V
Power consumption: : 2.2 watts

I forgot to mention that this light board is flicker-free, so it is not a strain on the eyes. Also, Kemvas offers free worldwide shipping, so be sure to take advantage of that!

Happy drawing,
Ramny

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● REMEMBER THESE TIPS AS YOU FOLLOW THIS TUTORIAL ●

IS IT TOO FAST? Hit pause or use the “speed” button at the bottom right of the video to catch up. Remember, we all draw at different speeds, so find a pace that works for you.

CHANGE IT UP! Feel free to customize your drawing — you don’t always have to do as I say!

RESULTS WILL VARY. If your drawings look a little different that mine, that’s okay. Also remember that we’re not trying to get a likeness of an actor or actress, so don’t worry about making your faces look like a specific person in real life. What counts is that you did your best!

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Since I get A TON of requests every day, I ask all of you to please be patient with me as I can only do two tutorials per week. Thanks!

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● SOCIAL MEDIA ●

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Want to share your art? Google+ and Instagram are your best bet!

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● MERCHANDISE ●

Check out what I got for sale in my ART STORE:
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