Learn how to draw a sandcastle! When you’re all finished drawing your castles add extra things like shells, more flags, ocean, even a sun! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils light brown (peach) brown blue red *Learn more about the specific art supplies we used in this lesson.
Hey art-friends! We hope you’re having a great weekend! This lesson is from yesterday’s live broadcast. We’re learning how to draw a realistic hermit crab. If you’d like to watch us live, visit our YouTube channel and subscribe. Also, click the bell to turn on notifications. Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils red orange light […]
Learn how to draw an anglerfish! These fish look like they’re aliens from another planet. I hope you’re going to follow along with me and draw your own scary fish! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils yellow orange brown black blue white *Learn more about the specific art supplies we used in this lesson. Lesson […]
Learn how to draw Dr. Seuss One Fish from One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish! One fish is actually supposed to be white, but we had fun coloring him blue. You can color your fish any color you want, plus don’t forget to draw the background! We always hope you’re going to follow […]
Happy Friday, Art Friends! Today we’re learning how to draw a realistic sea turtle. This art lesson is for older kids, but younger artists may enjoy the challenge too. My favorite part of this lesson is demonstrating how a little color, texture, and shading can transform a simple marker drawing into a realistic sea creature. […]
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon sea turtle! This little guy is waiting for you to draw him. This lesson is perfect for younger artists. Remember to challenge your kids to finish the background to complete their drawing. They could draw an ocean, aquarium, or even a swimming pool! The most important thing is […]
Learn how to draw a fun island! This lesson is meant for young artists. To make this lesson even easier leave out the sun. Or, have your young artists draw a full sun away from the trees and island, so it doesn’t overlap. Art Club members can reference the step by steps below. Also, encourage […]
Learn how to draw a realistic emperor penguin. You’ll need a marker, paper, and colored pencils (black, grey, white, yellow, pink). Visit our art supply page to learn about the supplies we love using.
Learn how to draw a stingray! We visited our local aquarium the other week and had so much fun watching this animal swim. They’re so graceful, they look like they’re flying. Be sure to also check out our manta ray lesson.
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 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!
Today we’re going to learn how to draw Nemo! To keep this lesson simple, we drew Nemo cartoonish. All you need for this art project is a marker, paper, orange and black oil pastel. Follow along with us, and you can pause the video if we go too fast. Also, feel free to visit the […]
Yeah! How to fold an origami dolphin is easy, short and a lot of fun! You’ll need a square piece of paper to start this project. If you have origami paper, great! If not, you can use regular printer paper and cut it into a square before starting this project. We also like using origami […]
Ok this time we’re learning how to draw a shark with shapes! We’ve drawn a shark before, but this one is meant for young artists. Remember to keep activities for your young artists short, simple and fun. And don’t forget to draw with them! Art is so much more fun when you have a drawing […]
Here’s a fun one to do with your really young artists! How to draw a crab uses simple shapes and lines to make it fun for them. Remember to keep art lessons super short too. And remember, it’s ok if their drawings don’t turn out exactly like ours. It’s more important that they’re proud of […]
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 […]
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 […]
Follow along with us, today we’re learning how to fold an origami fish! This is lesson is easy and perfect for younger artists. Hads is five and was able to do this activity with very minimal help. With most origami activities she needs more help. We do use official origami paper, but you can use […]
How to draw a submarine with little Austin! We’re back with another fun art project to do with your super young artists. When choosing activities to do with them, pick ones that use fundamental shapes and simple lines. If you were to ask a three year old to draw a submarine, they would have no […]
Learn how to draw a mermaid in a few steps! Hads is doing another drawing with me today, and this one is even cuter than the poodle…ok some may argue that. Well, we hope you have as much fun as we did drawing this mermaid. This would be a lot of fun to color, so […]
Follow along and learn how to draw a seal! We made these steps simple for young artists. Hads is helping me today, and she is five. She did a great job, and for the next time we draw this seal we’ll work on keeping the body thicker. Be sure to encourage your young artists with positive […]
How to draw a whale. Look out this one is a big one! Ha, we love drawing see animals. I think it’s because they have so many curving lines, and they always seem very graceful. After drawing your whale, don’t forget to color him in. We’d love to see a complete underwater world! Art Materials […]
How to draw a marlin! It’s still shark week, so we’re drawing another creature from the ocean. If you’re looking to draw even more awesome marine life check out our ocean tag. Watch How To Draw A Marlin