We’ve already drawn Robin, now we’re learning how to draw Beast Boy from Teen Titans Go! Tell us in the comments below, who’s your favorite character from Teen Titans Go! We want to know! After drawing Beast Boy, check out the Teen Titans Go website and try drawing some of the other characters.
How to draw a sailboat! This is a great project for learning how to draw triangles! We use a marker and oil pastels, but you can use crayons or markers. Also, we fast forwarded through the details and coloring. Use this time to draw your own details and color your sailboats the way you want to. And […]
MMMMMmmmm…I’m hungry! Let’s learn how make a hamburger cutout! You’ll need construction paper, scissors, glue, and colored pencils. The colors of construction paper we used were: Tan Yellow Brown Red Green We used the same colors of colored pencils.
Learn how to draw Robin from Teen Titans Go! This is another one of our favorite shows, so we’ll be drawing the rest of the characters…believe me. In the meantime visit the official Teen Titans Go site and try to draw the other characters by yourself. It’s a lot of fun trying to figure it […]
Get your construction paper out again, today we’re learning how to make a crown…an easy crown, perfect for young artists. And since Mother’s Day is almost here, you could make this crown for your mom! She deserves to be queen for a day! For this art project you’ll need: Yellow construction paper We also used […]
Today we’re going to show you how to make an easy Mother’s Day card! All you’ll need is some construction paper, scissors, a marker and some glue! Remember, on Mother’s Day to tell your mom, grandmother and the special woman in your life how much you love them.
Today we’re making a really cool Darth Maul cutout art project. You’ll need construction paper, colored pencils, scissors, and glue. Today is May Fourth, which is Star Wars day…have you heard the saying “May the Fourth be with you!” So, yes we aren’t doing a Show Your Art video today, we’ll be doing it tomorrow. […]
Today, we’re learning how to draw a monkey swinging from a vine! I hope you and your kids follow along with us. Remember it’s ok if your drawings look different than ours. Use your creativity to change your drawings and even add more details and the background. Are You A Teacher? Check out Rosie’s classroom […]
How to draw a narwhal! These animals don’t seem real. They seem like they’re from some magical fantasy world, where unicorns live. But they are real and here’s a link to narwhals on Wikipedia, if you’re interested in learning more about them. Even though this is an easy drawing activity, narwhals are still fun for all […]
It’s time for another vehicle drawing. How to draw a fire truck! For this lesson we used a marker, paper, oil pastels, ruler and a circle template. Don’t worry if you don’t have a circle template, you can draw the circles free hand and it’ll still look amazing! Also, don’t tell anyone…but we may have […]
We’ve had a lot of requests for this little cat! Get your markers ready, today we’re going to learn how to draw a Minecraft Ocelot. Minecraft characters are always fun to draw, plus they’re a great activity to learn how to draw 3d. We used oil pastels in this activity but you could use colored […]
Austin is a real pirate, keep an eye on yer booty! Even though he is young, this activity is still fun for all ages! We’re learning how to draw a pirate ship today! So get out all the construction paper that you own, we’re going to use all of it! Ok, maybe not all of it…but […]
Today we’re doing another spring art project for kids (young artists). Follow along with us and learn the how to draw a rainbow and the order of the colors. For this activity you’ll need: Oil pastels (crayons, markers, or colored pencils also work) White paper Blue construction paper Scissors Glue Also, at the beginning of this […]
Learn how to draw Batman with us! But wait, have you seen the new Batman vs. Superman Dawn of Justice trailer? No! It looks so amazing. I can’t wait to go see it. Ok now let’s get to drawing the dark knight! You’ll need a marker, some paper and colored pencils. We used black, grey, […]
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a roadrunner! Earth day is also coming up, so be sure to check out our how to draw the earth lesson. It’s perfect for young artists. Lately, we’ve received a lot of photos from teachers telling us that they use our videos in their classrooms. It always makes […]
We’ve drawn Jake and we’ve drawn Finn, but now it’s time to learn how to draw Princess Bubblegum! Grab a marker and some white paper from your printer and follow along with us. Remember you can always pause the video if we go too fast. At the end of the video we color Princess Bubblegum […]
Austa-wasta is going to help me with today’s drawing lesson! We’re learning how to draw an excavator. Austin is three so this lesson is meant for younger artists. We’re going to work on drawing simple straight lines, a couple shapes, and using a few colors. It’s important for young artists, to keep their activities within […]
Pokemon characters are so much fun to draw, I think that’s because they look so cool and have amazing powers! Today we’re going to learn how to draw Charizard. He’s super easy and fun, remember if your drawing doesn’t look exactly the same as ours that’s ok! The most important thing is to have fun […]
Wow this bird is so cool! Learn how to draw a phoenix with us. You’ll need a marker, plain white paper, and some colored pencils (red, dark read, darker red, and yellow) In this activity we do a lot of shading and blending, so this is a perfect project to practice. Hey, and after to […]
This art project was a lot of fun with Hads. We made an Easter egg and baby chick cutout. The top part of the egg opens up and the baby chick sits inside. You can glue the chick down, but we thought it was cooler that she could be removed from the egg entirely. We […]
So we thought we’d learn how to fold an origami Easter Bunny! You’ll need origami paper or a square piece of paper to begin this activity. This one is not too hard, but younger artists may need a little help making some of the folds.
Today we’re doing another fun and simple spring activity. We’re learning how to paint blossoms! For this lesson you’ll need: Paper (we used watercolor paper but any paper will do) Paint (we used acrylic paint, again any paint will do) Straw Paintbrush (Here’s the brush set we bought, here’s another great set for kids) Water […]
Hads is my helper with all the folds today, and we’re folding another spring flower. This time we’re learning how to fold an origami tulip! This one is a lot of fun, but it’s a little more complicated then our last how to fold an origami flower. You’ll need two square pieces of paper for […]
We’ve drawn Baymax with armor and without armor, now it’s time to draw his buddy. Today’s lesson is how to draw Hiro from Big Hero 6! This is another lesson using colored pencils. I love colored pencils, especially Prismacolor pencils. They’re a lot like using oil pastels, because the blend so well. Also check out […]
Hads and Mrs. Art For Kids Hub went to see the new Cinderella movie and they loved it! Have you gone to see it yet? What did you think? Well, Hads got so excited about drawing Cinderella. She loves anything that has to do with princesses. So, I’m sure we’ll be drawing more 🙂 This lesson is […]
We’re learning how to draw Squirtle, one of several awesome Pokemon characters. Actually I knew there were a lot, but I had no idea there were over 450! Chuckers has this really cool handbook that explains each one. We have a lot of fun thumbing through it. He’s even drawn several, on his own, simply by looking […]
Hads and I learned how to fold an easy origami flower today! Follow along with us to fold your own. All you need is a square piece of paper. When we go to fast or speed up the video, you can pause it, finish the step, then press play. Try practicing this a couple times, […]
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! This how to draw a four leaf clover lesson is especially for young artists. We used green and blue construction paper, a black marker, oil pastels, scissors, and glue. After they complete their clover cutout, let your young artists finish their drawing any way they want. You may notice that most of our […]
Austin is learning how to draw Earth, today! He’s three so this activity is great for younger artists. Follow along with us and if we go too fast, just pause the video. For this activity you’ll need a marker, white paper, black construction paper, oil pastels, scissors, glue, and a large circle object to trace […]
Start your engines, today is all about how to draw a race car! Drawing cars, really any vehicle, is a lot of fun for me because I used to work for Ford. I LOVED drawing cars when I was a kid…so this brought back a lot of memories. When drawing them, it’s always easier to […]