Happy Friday, art friends! Today we’re learning how to draw a zombie hand coming out of the ground. Sometimes this is how I feel right before the weekend, hahaha! We hope you and your kids will have a lot of fun following along with us. This drawing lesson a great activity to get ready for […]
Archives for October 2016
Get those little artists ready, today we’re learning how to draw a cartoon spider and spider web! Your kids will need: Paper Marker Black & Red Oil Pastel This activity is simple and easy for younger artists! When they’re finished drawing their spiders, challenge them to draw more spiders on their own. They could draw […]
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a space alien! This lesson is fun and has a lot of opportunities to use your imagination. When your kids finish their drawings, ask them to use their creativity to color their aliens differently. Also, inspire them to add different details and background objects. Maybe their […]
Learn how to draw a cute chibi zombie! Grab those markers and follow along with us. Hadley is helping me today, and you’ll notice her zombie looks different. She drew a girl zombie, and I drew a boy zombie. Encourage your kids to do the same. Tell them to use their imagination to change their […]
Halloween is almost here, I can smell the candy! Learn how to draw a cartoon pumpkin and ghost. These two are fun to use as decorations in your house. After your kids have watched this lesson, encourage them to draw more pumpkins and ghosts. Ask them to change the pumpkin and ghost faces. They could […]
Lookout, Mega Gyarados coming through! Gyarados is now my favorite Pokemon, plus this is now my favorite drawing we’ve done. He may look tough to draw, but he’s easier than he looks. Plus, we take it one step at a time. If you had fun drawing this lesson, be sure to check out our other […]
You can’t have Halloween without a zombie! This lesson is inspired from the zombie on Scooby Doo. If this zombie scares your kids, you could draw with them…hahaha…plus, art is always more fun with friends. We hope your kids have as much fun as we did drawing this lesson. Remember, if we ever go too […]
Learn how to draw a cartoon raven! Grab those markers and colored pencils and follow along with us. Don’t forget to draw with a friend, too! This lesson is meant for younger artists, but older artists will also have fun. When your kids are finished with this lesson, check out some of our other cartoon […]
Austin is learning how to draw a cartoon black cat with me. He’s only five years old. And when he drew the cat ears he drew them tall and skinny, just like rabbit ears. Remember to encourage your kids to have fun and not worry if their drawing doesn’t look perfect. Challenge them to practice […]
Learn how to draw a witch! When you’re kids are finished with this tutorial encourage them to draw a big cauldron for her potion. They could also draw a spooky background! And if they can’t wait to draw more scary characters, you can visit the official Scooby Doo website. They could try drawing other characters […]
What a perfect time of year to draw monsters from Scooby-Doo! Gotch your marker? Follow along with us and learn how to draw a phantom ghost from Scooby-Doo. In this lesson, we show a fun way to draw links in a chain. Chains are great details to include in any spooky drawing. We also colored […]
We’ve folded water bombs before, but this lesson is how to fold an origami pumpkin. These are fun to make and fun to use as decorations around your house. All you need for this lesson is: Orange origami paper (or any square piece of paper) Black colored pencil Green pipe cleaner Scissors
Trick or Treat, I much prefer treats! Learn how to draw a cute cartoon candy corn. Austin is helping me with today’s lesson. He’s five years old. This project is simple and short for young artists. When your kids finish their drawings, challenge them to draw more candy corns all over the paper.
Halloween is almost here! We have many fun Halloween lessons you have to check out. Today we’re learning how to draw a haunted house! Halfway through the lesson we finish the house. You’re welcome to stop the video and add your own spooky details or continue with us. If you do continue the lesson be […]
We’re excited to announce the winner of our autumn classroom contest! We also want to thank all of the teachers and students that participated. You are all amazing artists, and we love all of you.
We’ve drawn an advanced version of Batman, so we need to complete the set with this how to draw Robin. This version is from Young Justice! It was a show on Cartoon Network, but was canceled. It’s too bad because it’s a really cool show. Check out the official Young Justice site and try drawing […]
We’re adding another comic book character to our lessons. Today we’re learning how to draw cartoon Mr. Freeze. The cartoon versions of these characters are fun for all ages, even though they’re meant for younger artists. We’d love to see how your kid’s drawings turn out. Take a photo of them and email that one […]
Today, Hads and I are learning how to draw cartoon Wonder Woman! You’ll need your markers, paper, and colored pencils. We use Prismacolor colored pencils, but you can use anything to color. You’ll need red, blue, yellow, and peach colors. If we go to fast you can always pause the video!
Why so serious? You’re drawing with us, the most important thing is to have fun! Grab those markers and let’s learn how to draw cartoon Joker. Also check out how to draw chibi Batman and chibi Robin. You’ll need colored pencils or something to color with. We used green, purple, red, and grey. When you’re […]
The entries for our Autumn school art contest are live on our Facebook page! Find your kid’s classroom art project and click the like button to vote. The photo with the most likes and shares will win a $400 Amazon gift card! Deadline for likes and shares is Saturday, October 8th, 2016 at 8 am […]