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In this Sketchbook Club module we will be creating a beautiful spread of some free style illustrated waves with a wonderful wheel of fish leaping out of the water. There’s lots of reference to choose from (tracing is fine too with this one!) so you can really make this page your own.

Waves are SO hard to draw, and hopefully with a little help and a lot of reference, you will find your own personal way of drawing the sea…

What you get:

  • Instructions – Detailed instructions from start to finish along with the tips, techniques & clever tricks.
  • Reference – Handpicked (printable) reference material to inspire and assist.
  • Video – A video showing you each of the steps.
  • Community – Details of the social media hashtag to use for the module.



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#SketchbookClubFish First attempt at fish module, wasn't sure whether to outline with pen or not. ...

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This is my attempt at module 2 - jenniemaizels #sketchbookclub and the #sketchbookclubfish - this time I've used pencil crayon (three shades of blue and a green) and some coloured fineliners in similar colours. Not sure why I added the words... I just felt like it at the time. ...

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First attempt at #sketchbookclubfish. I love using coloured pencils and inherited my dad's treasured collection of Berol Karisma Colour ones. They're lush. #sketchbookclub ...

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#sketchbookclubfish - I now want to try lots of ways of illustrating the sea!! And maybe some watercolour or acrylic?!!! But - off for a walk!! ...

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Rosa's #sketchbookclubfish - we sat down together amidst the chaos of the kitchen work, and did our fish artwork. It was lovely! ...

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My #sketchbookclubfish I really struggled with the sea but quite happy with the results. #sketchbookclub ...

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My new docraftsteam #artiste pens they sent me have finally got me trying module 2 of #sketchbookclub - I am not sure on my sea but shall finish off and then maybe do another set. That's the great thing about jenniemaizels group it inspires you to keep pushing your skills and great for a day when you are tired and want to feel happy. #sketchbookclubfish #docrafts #sketching #metime ...

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Just love, love, love jenniemaizels online sketchbookclub #sketchbookclubfish Can't wait to join the lovely lady for a whole day of #sketchbookclub at her studio 🎨🎨🎨 ...

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Holiday art projects with sketchbookclub #sketchbookclubfish fuelled by #deuxcaps beer 🍺 ☀️ ...

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Getting my #sketchbookclub on today! On a side note, I've had these Caran D'ache pencils since I was in primary school. I'm also still pedantic about putting them in the right place in the tin! #whosaidocd #sketchbookclubfish 🎨✏️🐠🐟 ...

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Sketchbook club module 2, waves done coming soon. I did mine with pencil crayons, Sam chose to paint his #sketchbookclubfish #sketchbookclub #waves ...

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Sunday afternoon #sketchbookclub time. These are BG's #sketchbookclubfish ...

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Fish #sketchbookclub #sketchbookclubfish #jenniemaizels #summer #summer15 ...

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#fridaynight #doodling using my new #waterpencil nikenpriyono gave me the other day #fish #watercolorpencils #sketchbookclub #sketchbookclubfish without water... ...

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So excited that I have got my new pencils recommended by jenniemaizels looking forward to colouring my waves for #sketchbookclubfish #prismacolor ...

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Today I had a go at sketchbookclub module two of course one. Used watercolour pencils for the sea as that’s all I had, and goache for the fish - never used that before and I like it more than acrylic. I learned that mixing colours is way more difficult than I expected 😄. Nemo characters from #disneyclips #sketchbookclub #sketchbookclubfish ...

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Had a go at #sketchbookclubfish as well but something about it I’m not happy with (maybe my gin pickled brain is not quite in it) so will probably have another go before I move on to the washing line. #sketchbookclub ...

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Next module in progress #sketchbookclubfish sketchbookclub .. mixing blues and greens on the fly 💚💙🐟🐠🐙 #inspired by a program about giant squid, I decided to add some tentacles to the waves 🌊 ...

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1. What do I get?

Video – A video showing you each of the steps.

Instructions – Detailed instructions from start to finish along with the tips, techniques & clever tricks.

Reference – Handpicked (printable) reference material to inspire and assist.
Top tip – Print out the ‘Reference’ images first so that you have them in front of you whilst watching the video 🙂

Community – Details of the social media hashtag to use for the module.

2. What materials do I need?

Each module lists the suggested materials that are required for its completion.

3. How do I access the modules?

Once you have purchased a modules, you will receive an email which contains the links to the corresponding video, instructions & reference.
You can also access them by logging in and going to the My Account section of this website.

4. How long do I have access to the modules?

There is no deadline so you can take as long as you like!

5. How long does each module last?

Each module should take approximately 2 hours to complete however this can be much shorter or longer depending on your preference.

6. How can I ask Jennie specific questions?

Ask Jennie via Twitter / Facebook / Instagram or send an email to with your question 🙂

7. Can I participate from outside the UK?

Of course! The more widespread the better.

8. What is my username?

Your username is derived from the first part of your email address. E.g. ‘’ will result in a username of ‘jennie’.

9. How to give Sketchbook Club as a present?

If you would like to buy a module as a present for someone else, purchase a Gift Voucher which can then be redeemed by them on the website.

10. How to print Reference Material?

If you do not have A4, use Legal size 8.5″ by 14″.


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