Here’s another weekend challenge for all of our art friends! Today I’m drawing Yoda from Disney’s Infinity game…and the challenge it to practice your shading using color pencils. I can’t wait to see how your drawings turn out. Here’s a link to the image I used for reference.
Archives for April 2016
Chuckers and I are learning how to draw a realistic soccer player! We show you how to draw a basic player, but you can design his uniform and hair your own way. You could change this lesson into a girl soccer player, and a famous player. It’s totally up to you! Also, don’t forget to […]
We’ve had a lot of requests from school teachers and homeschooling parents to include more international related lessons. Here’s one of our first attempts to do that. Today, Hadley and I our learning how to draw a Russian nesting doll. In this lesson we only draw one doll, but challenge your students to turn their paper […]
Learn how to draw a firefighter! This was a fun project to do, since we have so much respect for the men and women that keep our community safe. We are very grateful for them. We hope you have fun following along with us. Remember to finish the background when you’re done watching this video. […]
Today’s lesson is with Austin! We’re learning how to draw a cartoon octopus. This lesson is meant to be super easy and fun for young artists. Remember to do this lesson with your little artists. Drawing is always more fun together, with friends.
Learn how to draw Lego Batman! It’s also Monday, so be sure to check out all your amazing art at the end of the video. And if you haven’t seen the Lego Batman movie trailer yet, you have to watch it now! I’m definitely more excited to see this movie than I was for The […]
Learn how to draw a mom & baby otter. Mother’s Day is coming up and we thought this lesson would be a fun way to celebrate. Mom’s are special! The always seem to be there with their arms wrapped tightly around us 🙂 I want to thank my mom for always being there!
Learn how to draw a wrecking ball crane! This art project is for young kids. We use simple shapes to build our cranes, and try to keep the project very short. We hope your kids have fun drawing with us, but don’t you forget to draw with them! Art is always more fun together. Also, […]
Our first Shopkin drawing! Grab your paper and marker and follow along with us. Learn how to draw Cupcake Queen. Also be sure to visit the official Shopkin website, and try to draw other Shopkins on your own.
Learn how to draw a baseball player! Follow along with us, and remember you can pause the video if we go too fast. This is now one of my favorite lessons drawing a person, and it’s because it’s super 3d. We drew the ball and bat bigger so that they look like they’re bursting out […]
Today we’re celebrating 300,000 subscribers on YouTube! We feel lucky to have so many friends. We love drawing with each of you! Thank you for all of your support and kindness! Now let’s party…
Here’s a fun weekend bonus challenge! Instead of drawing or coloring on white paper, find a sheet of black construction paper. It’s so much fun. The video below is a time-lapse of me using my colored pencils on black construction paper. This video is not meant to be a step by step…just something to inspire you […]
Grab your paper, marker and coloring pencils. Then follow along with us and learn how to draw a Minecraft cow! Remember you don’t have to use a marker if you don’t want to. You can use a pencil first, then trace over the pencil lines with marker. And don’t worry about making your cows perfect. Just […]
Learn how to draw a skateboarder doing a kickflip. This lesson is meant to be simple, specifically for young artists…but that also includes the young at heart! Don’t forget to use your own designs for the skateboarder and deck! We drew the shirt and board a specific way, but you should take the time and change the […]
It’s springtime here in the United States! Time for flowers! For this project you’ll need a square piece of paper. Follow along with us and learn how to fold an origami iris. This project is a little challenging for younger artists, but that means it’ll be a fun project to do with your young artists! […]
Learn how to draw a cartoon Ron Weasley and Scabbers with us! This lesson is meant to be easy and short for young artists, but still fun for older artists. The important thing to remember when doing art, is that it’s ok if your drawings don’t look perfect…the most important thing is to have fun. […]
It’s Monday and that means it’s time to announce the winners to our 2016 April Art Giveaway! First off, I just want say we love all of you! You are all amazing artists. We loved looking through all of your awesome art, we could tell you spent a lot of time and effort creating your entries. […]
Yes, we’re drawing another Harry Potter character! This time we’re learning how to draw cartoon Hermione and Crookshanks. We love Harry Potter, and love drawing the characters even more. We can’t wait to draw more. Be sure to check out all of the other Harry Potter lessons. Oh, and we can not wait to go […]
Austin and I are learning how to draw Humpty Dumpty! Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again. Austin is four years old, so we’re keeping this project super simple. You can challenge your little artists with […]
I love Star Wars helmets! Today we’re learning how to draw a First Order stormtrooper helmet. Have you seen our original stormtrooper helmet lesson? And you can count on us doing a lot more helmets…I can’t wait to draw Kylo Ren’s!
It’s our first Harry Potter lesson! We’re so excited to learn how to draw a cartoon Harry Potter and Hedwig today. We hope you are too! Don’t worry we’ll be drawing a lot of the other characters soon. For this lesson you’ll need paper and a marker and something to color with. We usually use […]
It’s a new month and we are excited it’s spring time. On the first Monday of every month we announce a new art contest giveaway (we call it a giveaway because it’s not really a contest). Here are the details: Have your kids or students draw, paint, or sculpt something about spring Take a photo […]
Today we’re going to be painting the Mona Lisa! You’ll need a couple supplies before you get started, so be sure to watch the video below and follow along. If we go too fast you can always pause the video…this video may need a lot of pausing, it’s very advanced. Watch How To Paint The […]