How to draw Leonardo Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle! We’ve drawn one before, but it was just the turtle’s face. This time we’re drawing his whole body! This lesson is a little more advanced, but don’t worry, we take each step slowly. This video is a bit longer than usual, so if you need to take a break […]
Archives for January 2016
Learn how to make a pinch pot turtle with us! For this project you’ll need clay or play-doh, we used magic model from Crayola. We also used two colors, but you can use one color if that’s all you have. You’ll also want to watch how to make a pinch pot first. We made pots […]
Learn how to draw a stegosaurus (realistic)! We’ve drawn one of these amazing dinosaurs before, but it was for younger artists. You can watch that lesson here. This lesson is meant for slightly older artists, but still fun for all ages. And if you’d like to draw more dinosaurs, be sure to also check out our […]
Sweet, today we’re learning how to draw a cartoon policeman. Our cartoon lessons are simple and short, specifically for younger artists. Austin is helping me in this lesson, he’s four years old. Even though he’s four, older and younger kids can try drawing along with us. You can also see our other cartoon lessons here.
It’s another Monday! We love showing off your art, but before we do that we have an awesome art friend to spotlight. And we’re also doing another blindfold drawing challenge! This is a fun game you can play with your friends, family, or classroom.
We’ve made pinch pots before, but we thought it would be fun to learn how to make a pinch pot again. Especially since this is going to be the first step in another sculpting lesson we’re going to do next week! For this project you can use any clay, we used Model Magic from Crayola. […]
We love The Amazing World of Gumball! Today we’re learning how to draw Nicole Watterson, the mom! You’ll need something to draw with, some paper, and something to color with. We use a Sharpie to draw with, but you can always use something else. We also used oil pastels to color her, but you can […]
Learn how to fold an origami crown! All you need is a square piece of paper. We used origami paper, but you can use regular paper…just be sure to cut it into a square before starting.
It’s Monday, our favorite day of the week! We love showing off all the amazing art that your kids have created. Every third Monday of the month we open mail and choose a winner to give away cool art supplies. But every Monday we show a slideshow at the end of the video. This is where we […]
How to draw a bearded dragon! Man, these things look like prehistoric dinosaurs. Don’t forget to also draw the background, give your lizard a habit or home. You could even draw crickets for food!
Learn how to draw a cartoon frog! Today’s lesson is with Austa-wasta, he’s my four year-old. So this video is meant to be short and simple, for young artists! Visit our other post if you’re looking for a more realistic frog.
Learn how to draw Articuno Pokemon. When you’re finished following along with us be sure to draw the background. Also visit the official Pokemon website and try to draw other Pokemon characters on your own.
How to draw a cartoon gymnast! Yes, we’re so excited for our first drawing lesson..back from the new year! We hope you are too. When we do cartoon versions the lesson is meant for younger artists. I try to keep the lesson short and simple. Also remember you don’t have to use the same supplies […]
We’re back and we missed all of you so much! We’re also excited to announce the winners of our prehistoric art contest. All of you did such an amazing job, we feel lucky to have super talented art friends. Remember, we do a new art contest during the first week of every month. So there […]
Update: See who won our prehistoric art contest! We’re on break for another week, but we’re still holding January’s art contest. This month we want to see your kid’s or student’s best prehistoric art. Have them draw, paint, and/or color what they think life was like when dinosaurs roamed the planet. After they’re finished, follow these […]