In this lesson we’ll show you how to make a pinch pot octopus! It’s super easy and a lot of fun. You’ll need white air drying clay (you can use any clay really). We’re using this particular clay so we can paint our octopus at the end. So, you’ll also need paint and water and paintbrushes […]
Archives for March 2016
Get this big walking carpet out of my way! Learn how to draw a cartoon Chewbacca! We love drawing these cartoon versions of Star Wars characters. Check out our other Star Wars lessons and stay tuned for more. Also don’t forget to visit the official Star Wars website, it’s AWESOME!
These are the oddest bugs on the planet, but they sure are fun to draw! Learn how to draw a giraffe weevil with us! Also, let me know what bug we should draw next!
Time for another drawing challenge, this time we’re trying to draw with both hands at the same time…get ready for your brain to hurt! Before you start this challenge, here’s a few announcements: We now have awesome new t-shirts! Visit our shop to learn more and purchase one. Check out http://markkistlerlive.com and stay tuned for more […]
Time for another bunny lesson, hahaha! This time we’re learning how to draw a realistic bunny. Don’t worry though, we have a bunny for younger artists too. Plus check out our other easter lessons. In this video we use colored pencils to color and shade our bunnies, but you can use anything you want. Also, remember […]
Ok, we’re finally learning how to draw Papa Smurf! We get so many requests for Smurfs, I’m so sorry it’s taken us a while to finally draw one…and what better way to start then with the “papa one.” Did you know the Smurfs have their own YouTube channel? If you haven’t seen it yet, click here […]
Ok art friends, it’s time for another construction paper project! Follow along with us and learn how to make a pop up Easter card. I always believe that home made cards are better than store bought, don’t you? For this project you’ll need: Construction paper (blue, yellow, green, and white) Scissors Glue Marker Crayons or […]
Easter is almost here, and we’re going to celebrate by learning how to draw a cartoon Easter bunny. For this project you’ll need the usual marker, paper, and oil pastels…but you’ll also need scissors, glue, and construction paper (blue and green).
Today’s Monday video is a little different. I thought it would be fun to do another time lapse drawing, I haven’t done one in a while. I’ve drawn a wolf before, but this time I’m using different materials. In this video I used Prismacolor colored pencils (black, white and ginger root) and Canson pastel paper. […]
Yay, we’re drawing our first fairy tale. Follow along with us and learn how to draw Little Red Riding Hood…and the big bad wolf 🙂 She’s super cute and super easy, perfect for younger artists. You’ll need something to draw with and something to color with. You don’t have to use the same supplies we’re […]
This one is nice and easy for the younger artists, but stay tuned for our leprechaun coming up. It’ll be a little more difficult.
We love Diary Of A Wimpy Kid! Learn how to draw Manny Heffley with us. If you haven’t read the books, you’re missing out. After drawing Manny be sure to check out their official site. You could also use the images on their site to draw other characters on your own.
Saint Patrick’s Day is coming, teach your kids how to draw a leprechaun. Watch the short video and download the free printable!
It’s the “third” Monday of the month! Today we’re opening your mail and picking a person to win our March mail giveaway. Thanks to all of you who sent us art. If you’d like to be featured in our next mail giveaway (in April), send a drawing to: Art for Kids Hub P.O. Box 927 […]
This is the final lesson in our 3 part, horse and pegasus art project! We hope you had fun following along with us. Remember it’s not important that your drawing looks perfect, it’s important that you had fun. Also, remember that practicing is the second most important part of art. The second time you draw […]
Before watching this lesson be sure to watch part 1, How To Draw A Realistic Horse. When you’re done with this lesson watch How To Color A Realistic Horse And Pegasus (Part 3). In this lesson we’ll show you how to turn that awesome horse drawing into an even cooler pegasus.
This how to draw a realistic horse lesson is the first in a three part series. After finishing this lesson How To Draw A Realistic Pegasus (Part 2). Then after that lesson watch the final How To Color A Realistic Horse And Pegasus (Part 3). For this project all you need is paper and something to draw […]
Today we’re drawing another cartoon character from Star Wars. Learn how to draw a cartoon Rey! You’ll need a marker and paper, but you’ll also need colored pencils or oil pastels to finish coloring her. Also when you’re done, don’t forget to draw the background desert! Check out our other Star Wars art lessons, or even […]
Yes! It’s time to announce our March 2016 art contest giveaway! We loved all of the entries, and we hope you all had fun participating. Remember to congratulate the winners. Also, every first week of the month we have another giveaway…so be sure to enter next month!
Learn how to make paper lilies! This is a fun project for spring, holidays, or just someone you love. You’ll need white paper, scissors, pencil, tape, green and yellow pipe cleaners. Don’t forget to make a lot of them!
Learn how to draw a cartoon parrot! This activity is meant for younger artists. We tried to keep this lesson short and simple. You’ll need something to draw with, some paper and something to color with. We used oil pastels in this lesson but you can use anything (crayons, markers, colored pencils). If you found this lesson […]
Learn how to draw a cartoon Darth Vader! For this activity you’ll need something to draw with and paper. You’ll also need something to color with, we used colored pencils (black, red and blue…we also used white for blending). After you’re done drawing Darth Vader, be sure to draw Princess Leia too. Also check out our other […]
Learn how to draw a realistic crocodile! This lesson is more complicated than our other how to draw a crocodile. Be sure to check that lesson if you have younger artists. This art project is a lot of fun! Once you’re finished be sure to also draw the crocodile’s habitat. You could draw him half […]