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Building Kids Confidence Through Drawing: 12 Art Projects for Children and Beginners

Em Winn, Teacher, Art Instructor, Artist

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14 Lessons (2h 1m)
    • 1. Introduction, Course Goals, and Examples of Drawings We Will Create

      2:03
    • 2. Houses by the Sea: Drawing Lesson

      11:29
    • 3. Desert Mansion: Drawing Lesson

      9:23
    • 4. Queen Cat: Drawing Lesson

      8:12
    • 5. Dandy Lions: Drawing Lesson

      9:16
    • 6. Little Deer: Drawing Lesson

      9:05
    • 7. Bird in a Birdcage: Drawing Lesson

      11:08
    • 8. Cute Jester: Drawing Lesson

      8:20
    • 9. Circus Dog on a Unicycle: Drawing Lesson

      11:13
    • 10. Popcorn Bunnies: Drawing Lesson

      10:00
    • 11. Moon and Sun: Drawing Lesson

      7:58
    • 12. Awesome Alien in a Spaceship: Drawing Lesson

      4:35
    • 13. Sunny Sailboats: Drawing Lesson

      5:56
    • 14. Fancy Flowers: Drawing Lesson

      12:38
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About This Class

Are you looking for a beginning drawing course for your child?

Are you seeking a course that will ensure drawing success and confidence?

Would you like an experienced teacher guiding your child through the drawing process?

This Kid's Drawing Course may be just what you are looking for! Designed with beginners in mind, this drawing course is perfect for ages 8-12 years old. The teaching process used is a kid-tested, step-by-step method that will both inspire and delight your child into drawing action! The process involves organizing shapes and lines together until a recognizable outcome is achieved. Young artists may then apply the knowledge they gain through each lesson to create unique masterpieces of their own. This Kid's Drawing Course is designed to give young children the tools they need to begin their artistic journey into self-expression, reflection, and creative thinking.

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1. Introduction, Course Goals, and Examples of Drawings We Will Create: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. My name is Miss M, and I am excited about this opportunity to be able to teach you this course. This is my beginners drawing course designed especially for kids. You do not have to have any experience at all to be successful in this course. In this course, I will use a step by step method to teach you how to create 12 delightful drawings. So if you love art and if you love to doodle, please follow me right into this course. 2. Houses by the Sea: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating houses by the sea. So we're going to have a road going in between some houses and the ocean. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to create our road. So I would go maybe about two inches up from the bottom of your paper and create a road. And this road is going to be a little bit Sewer V like this. It's almost like a really long s shape. Now, to make the other side of the road, we're going to go to the bottom of our paper and kind of follow this first line and it gets smaller at the end. What I mean is, it starts out fat down here, gets thinner and thinner and thinner. And then by the time you get to the top of the road, it will be quite then it'll kind of show that the road is getting your The road is going away from you. Okay, Now what we're going to do is we're going to create some waves and let me show you how to do that. I have a really cool way to create some waves. So the first thing that we do is go a couple of inches up and we just make a syriza Views like this hook together all the way from a road to the end of our paper, and then we're going to follow that with some more lines, and they're going to touch the first lights. Okay? Now, what we're going to do is we're going to create more lines just like these a little bit further up. And actually, I think I am going to make mine go up a little bit like this, not straight across, and then I'm going to double them, just like I did the first lights. Now I'm going to create some larger waves. So this is what I'm going to do. You might want to watch me before you start. You create a curved line like this, and then you follow this back like this, and it kind of gets fat. So it starts out pretty been and it gets fatter at the end. And then you follow along with another line like that. How does that look? I think that looks pretty cool. I'm going to make a few more lines like this of humor waves. Some are going to be super so early, like this one. And then what I do is I just follow along here like that. Okay, I think I'm gonna make 1 May be going this way, sir. Curlicue. And then follow along like this, Looking pretty good. I think I'm going to double this one up. All right. Now, I'm going to just fill in with a few more swirls to represent the waves. And I'm just going to make these worlds in different places. So you do what you think looks good, these air going to represent the waves. Your paper is going to look different from mine. And that's the beauty of it. That's the neat thing about art. We can all be given the same directions, but all of our artwork is going to look very different. Oh, it looks like I need something down here. I think I'm going to make some large swirls and then come down and then double up and then I'll make one more here. That one's really curly. How does that look? I really like it. Maybe add a little bit more detail here, A little bit more detail here. So when you look at this, does this remind you of the ocean? It certainly reminds me of the ocean. So now that I have my ocean and my road when I'm going to do next is I'm going to put some houses on the other side of the street and these houses are going to be a little bit crazy . So there they're not going to be perfectly lined up. Some are going to go this way. Some are going to go that way because this is kind of ah, crazy picture. So I'm going to just start making lines. Some of the lines are going to be really tall, and some of the lines are going to be shorter. Sits up to you how you'd like to make the lines. Some lines are going to be diagonal and some are going to be straight. So just start making your lines, and it's OK if they go off the paper. All right? Now what we're going to Dio is we're going to turn these lines into houses, so we're going to start at the bottom line and we're going to make a line going across the top, and then we're going to do the same thing here on the next lines and then here on the next lines and then here and then we're going to keep doing that all the way across. We're just going to connect all of those lines all right now, they not might not look too much like houses right now, but what we're going to do right now is we're going to put some detail on them, so we're going to create the roof on each house. So the way that I make a lot of roofs is I either make triangles or I do diagonal lines, and I put a flat roof, so I'm going to use a combination of both. Sometimes I'm going to be doing really tall roofs, and sometimes I'm going to dio shorter roofs like this. Let's see, it's up to you as to what you'd like to dio. Now we can get a little bit more fancy. We could put a couple of chimneys here. My marker slipped right here, so I'm going to turn that into a chimney with a little bit of smoke coming out of it. Maybe I'll put one here. Maybe I'll even put one here. Okay, so I have a few chimneys Now I'm going to decorate my roofs, and I think I'm going to do them differently. So I'm going to put some stripes, Maybe l puts, uh, scallops. It's up to you as to how you'd like to decorate the roof on each of your little houses. Sometimes I come down here like this, make it a little bit fancier. You can make this kind of a roof. There's all kinds of stuff that you could do. You couldn't even put hearts on your roof. Do what ever you like. I'm just showing use of different ideas. You can put some checkers. The point is to just have some fun with it. It's important to have fun with your artwork. See how that looks. They're all starting to get their own little personalities. Maybe one of these over here. I am really liking this. Okay. And then this one, I think maybe I'll just put some stripes on this one. How does that look? And then maybe a couple shots on this one and these right here. We can't see the roof on this house and in this house. Okay, Now let's take a look at the front part of the house. So what we're going to do is we're going to decorate the front, and we're going to make some different doors so you can dio a round of stores. You can do rectangle doors. You could do double doors. You can dio two doors. You can do that. Almost. Looks like a face, doesn't it? You could do tall doors. You could do short doors, small doors. It's totally up to you. Large doors. Okay, this one needs a door right here. So does this one. Okay, now let's put some windows on. And if you want to do one house at a time, What I mean by that is if you'd like to decorate the roof and the doors and the windows morning, one house at a time, that would be a good idea as well. So I'm just doing this very quickly so you can get started all in your own art project. Okay? Putting those windows in. What is that? Look, I really like this now. When I'm finished with this. I'm going to either paint it or I'm going to color it with crayons. Or maybe some markers. If you have markers, some colored pencils, it's up to you at the top. I think I am going to put a son now. You can put a moon or you could put some birds. You could whatever you like. But I'm just going to put us son with some really long raise like that. Seeing I'm gonna stand back and take a look at my picture and decided there any other changes that I'd like to make? I'm actually really happy with this, So I think I'm going to stop there. I know when I create this piece of artwork with kids at my school, sometimes they like to make some dots going down the middle of the road like you see on a regular road. Some people like to do that. I kind of like to keep mine open. So that's what I'm going to dio and again after you create these drawings, Then you can color them as you wish. All right? I hope you enjoy this lesson. Have a good day. Bye. 3. Desert Mansion: Drawing Lesson: Hey, brands, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. I know I am. I'm excited about being here today. We're going to be creating a desert mansion, so let's get started. Now. This is going to have a lot of different shapes involved. So, um yeah, I hope that you like working with shapes. The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to go a little bit close to the bottom of our paper and we're going to make a straight line. And then right underneath that straight line, we are going to make another straight line. It comes close to the first straight line. Okay, Now we're going to be working in this area first and will say this for a little bit later. So what we're going to do is we're going to start out with a shape. It's like a very tall and long upside down. You just like that. Alright. Right next to that. This is going to be one part of the building. Next to that, we're going to come out maybe from about the middle, make a straight line, and then comes straight down. That's going to be another part of the building. We're going to add detail in just a little bit now, coming out from the middle, the tall we're going to make a slanted line, and then we're going to come across, and then we're going to make another slanted line all the way down your paper. Okay, Now, over here. What? We're going to do this a little bit tricky. So we make a line that comes out, you choose where you'd like it to be. Just a small short line, and then we make an upside down U. And then we make another line just like this. And then we go along our paper like this at the edge of our paper. Now, if you go off your paper no problem. No problem at all. All right, now. So we have 1234 parts to our building. Let's go over onto this side. This section is going to remind me a little bit of a castle. Let me show you how we make the top of the castle. So we make a line, they come up with a short line over with a short line and down, and we repeat that pattern. So cross, uh, over and down when you've seen castles in books. This is kind of Look what they look like. Okay, lets go back up to the top part of our paper, and we are going to create a top to this one right here. This slanted one. It kind of looks like this at the top. It kind of looks like a castle. So what we're going to do is we're going to come out a little, come out a little on this side, and then we're going to close that up with line at the top of this. We're going to create the same pattern, says straight up, and then we're going to go over down across, uh, over, down across. Um, just like that. All right, Now, behind this guy right here and behind this guy, we're going to make a very tall part of our mansion, so we're going to make a straight line coming down. It's not quite in the center of this initial little building part, but it's off to the side just a little. And then we're going to make another line like this. So you make sure that this line right here in this line are about the same length. If they're not, just make sure you draw this a little bit higher or this one a little bit a little bit higher, depending on which one is taller or which one is shorter. Okay, now, this next shape is really tricky. So watch what I dio. I start out by finding the middle of this, and then I go up almost to the top of my paper and I put a dot Then I take this dot and I swirl down and they come out like that. That is tricky. When I was first making these the tops of these types of buildings, I had a little bit of trouble. So it's Kerr and they come in. Okay, All right. Now we have one more building to make right here. One more part of our building right here. So we're going to find it a spot on our small castle, and we're going to make e think I'm going to make him maybe about like this. We're going to put a straight line coming down into our castle, and then we're going to come over just like this and then we're going to come out just a little bit more and then to make the roof on this section, we're going to have a slanted line coming up like this. Kind of complicated. And remember, if I ever get going a little bit too fast for you, please feel free to pause. That way you can catch up. Okay? We're going to put just a little bit of detail on the inside of our sections of our building. So I think I'm going to put a circle here. I'm going to put a square here. I think I'm going to put on upside down, you hear? And then close it up at the bottom. We're here. I'm going to make a door, which is a rectangle, and I think I'm going to make to Windows. Now, looking at this, I feel like I need to put a little bit more of something here. So I think I'm going to turn this into a section of building that has this type of a roof. So if you see anything on your piece of paper that you'd like to change or you'd like to add something to it, please feel free to do so. All right. For this section, I'd like to put a really tall door, so that's just a upside down. You and I think what I'd like to do is I'd like to make a straight line across the top of that and then maybe put a circle here so they need thing about this is you can create all these different shapes and turn them into sections of buildings. Okay. And they will, Let's put a rectangle here. I think I'm happy with that. I think I like the way that that looks when I paint this or a color this I can add some more detail with the paint or the Crans or the markers or the colored pencils. All right, so down here at the bottom to create some interest in some detail. I think what I'm going to dio is I am going to just create some squares and some rectangles of different sizes and shapes like this. Maybe even one going off my paper. Hey, and then appear. I think I'd like to put a son or a moon who think I'm going to put a moon so you just make a letter C and then you make a smaller letter C. And then usually when I make this type of a moon, I like to create a few stars around it. So that's up to you. I've done this on a couple of other drawings as well. There are different ways to make stars. I sometimes just like to make them like this. It's up to you. Okay. And then to fill in the rest of the sky with smaller stars, I think I'm just going to make some dots. I think that's really cool. Now, remember, if you wanted to put a door or window here some more detail. Go ahead and do that right now. This is your artwork, and you should be able to do whatever you want with your own artwork. Okay. All right. I hope you enjoy this lesson. We'll see next time. By 4. Queen Cat: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we will be creating a queen cat. So let's get started. The first thing that will want to do is create a circle fairly close to the top of your paper. Now let's put some ears on our Queen cat. So that's basically just two triangles. I guess you can call them upside down these and then in the center smaller, upside down V's for her crown. We're going to have line coming out diagonally and a line coming out diagonally and then coming in coming in and then one more up and then down at the top at the tip of each one of the these we could put a Jewell. And the nice thing about these crowns is you could decorate them any way that you like, So you might want to put some stripes, or you might want to put some more jewels. It's up to you. You conduct a rate them the way that you like. Some people like to make it very Julie, where you put a lot of jewels in that in the crown. Okay, so we're going to come back to her face in a moment. Let's take care of her body first. So what we're going to do is make a curve line down, not all the way and another curve lying down, not all the way. Then inside this body part, we're going to make some of these, but they're not going to touch each other at the bottom. Okay, so basically, they're diagonal lines that are not going to meet at the very bottom. We're going to make Siris of use hooked together, and these were going to be her toes. And if you'd like to hurt a have little nails, you could make some little V's on the end of her little toes and those could be her nails. Now we're going to close up her body at this point, so take that line that you have, and then bring it down past her toes and then close it up underneath. Now, this little lady is going to have some back feet and they're gonna be funny. They're going to come out about at the corner. We're going to make some straight lines coming out on either side, and then we're going to create some more toes. And if you'd like to put nails on these, she looks funny. OK, now let's get a tail going on this little Queenie cat. So curved line and then a swirl. And let's double that it It's a little bit fatter at the bottom already. Let's go back up to her face. So it's up to you as to what kind of face you'd like to create for your queen cat. I'm just going to show you an example of something that you can dio. You start out with the heart right in the lower middle of her face, and that's going to be her nose coming out from the bottom of your heart. You are going to make a couple of days. One is backwards, and when it's forward and then coming up from the side of the heart, you make a curved line and the same on the other side. Let's make some eyes for our cat, so why views upside down and why News right side up inside of those use curved lines for her pupils, and sometimes people make different types of ice for their cats. It's totally up to you and then on the very inside. Actually, this is the iris, and this is the people. Feel those in with your black and then, if you'd like to put some, maybe some eyelashes. That's always a cute idea. Now one thing that she's missing. Some whiskers. When I'm making cats, I only usually do two or three whiskers. So it's up to you, though, all right, now, on the inside of her body, I would suggest maybe making a patter. What I like to dio is I like to make Cem relatively large circles and some of the circles I like to put patterns inside of, and some I like to turn into daisies. So I spread the circles out, and then some of them I like to turn into daisies and some I like to just put patterns inside of, So it's up to you if you want to do this step. Some people like their queen cats to be more plain, but sometimes people do like to put patterns, so it just depends on what you like. So if you'd like to put maybe some dots around, that's always cute. You want to keep your some of here little dots, little circles plane that's up to you. It's all in what you like. I'm just giving you some ideas. Some suggestions, okay? And then what? You can dio at the top to add a little bit more detail. What I like to do is I like to come out and make some use that are connected to each other . And remember, if you run into something, you always need to pick up your your marker or your pencil or your pen and your crayon to make sure that you don't run into that and go over it right, and then I'd like Teoh double this up just makes a little bit more detail. If you'd like to add something, like maybe some little circles or swirls, but always looks nice to fill up that space, she's really looking good, Mr. Back here at the top. Oh, you know what the girls in my class also really like to put a lot of hearts, so if you want to put some hearts on your paper, that's a great idea as well. Let's do a little bit something with her tail. Give me a few stripes now there's a lot going on on this picture. So when you're coloring this in with your crayons or your paints or your color pencils, you could get a lot of color going on this. I think she looks really, really cute. I hope you like her. And I hope you had fun with this lesson. I hope to see assume take care by. 5. Dandy Lions: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating some dandy lions. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is take a look at your paper. We are going to have the paper portrait, which means the up and down way. And we're going to be working mostly on the top half of the paper today. So just kind of with your with your eyes. Just figure out where the top half with the paper is, and that's where we're going to be working. So we're going to make some dandy lions, and they are going to be a type of a flower. But they're also going to be a little lion like a little lion face. So the first thing that we're going to do is we are going to decide if we're going to have on a Lion face is cut a squarish or more round. So I'm just going to start drawing and I'm going to make five squarish, roundish shapes. So there's one to three. Make one a little bit larger and a little bit. We're square and then we'll make one down here A swell. So they're basically at the top half of my paper. So after I do that is that they're going to be the Lions faces. Now I'm going to actually make their manes. The main is the area around the face. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to have a calm, different, some different combinations of mains that are going to go around these shapes. So the 1st 1 that I'm going to do is just a Siris of circles, just circles just like this going all the way around. And if you can think of a different shape to put around your first larger shape, you can go ahead and do that. I think what I'm going to do isn't going to put a couple of rows of just round circles. And as you can tell, I'm not being super careful with it. I am just kind of placing them where I think that they'll look good. Okay, Right there is my first little guy. My second little guy, I think, is going to maybe have some straight long, straight lines coming out like this a way around. You're pretty long. Some of them. I'm not really concerned If they're all the same link, I kind of like it when the lines or some of them are really long in summer shorter. And I do draw fairly fast. So if you just wanna watch this first, and then after you watch, then you can create your lions. It is totally up to you. So after I make my lines that I'm going to put some dots at the end of each align. So as you can see, these are all going to be lions dandy lions. But they're all going to be different. Okay, so I'm going to move down to this one. And for this one, I think what I'm going to Dio isn't going to put some very long you shapes. He almost to me reminds me of a type of a flower. You like it easy, Someone longer. Summer shorter summer, fatter summer skinnier. Okay. And then on this guy, it right here. I think what I'm going to do isn't going to create some swirls going all the way around. Hiss had, uh, for his main, and I think I'm going to double up this world. So there's actually two rows. Keep in mind if you want to. You can. Actually, if you like this world so much, you might want to just do all of your swirls. It's up to you. That's the neat thing about art when you're doing, aren't you? Get to do whatever you want. Okay, So I'm just going to make two rows of thes swirls. All righty. Now for my last guy, My last guys going to look a little bit like this one. But the little the main parts or that they almost look like pedals are going to be a little bit shorter, like this all the way around. Can you see what I'm doing? I hope so. Okay, so we have our lion's manes Now. Now what we're going to do is we're going to put the faces on our lions. So the way that you make a lion's face as you come down with the curved line, you come down and you close up at the bottom, and then you put like, a little something to fill it in a little bit like this. Then you put two dots on the side, or you can shape them. Um, let me show. You make Rob a piece of paper here. You can show you can You can make them different, More like cat eyes like this. That's a neat way to make a lie. And I as well so curve lying curve, line, curve a line on the inside, Kerb lin on the inside and then filling the people So those air kind of need as well and then coming out from his knows we're going to make little smile. And then I also like to put a couple and whiskers. There you go. There's your first lion. So the second line, we're going to do the same curve line, curve line well in the nose and then another, another mouth. Now, this one, I want to be a little bit more serious. So he doesn't have a smile because I'd like them to all be a little bit different and that his whiskers are gonna be a little bit curve year and then his eyes Oh, my goodness. Look at those is They're so cute. They let me go up to this one. Her Why her line? Who in this world may kind of smiley? That's nice. In a couple whispers whiskers. Excuse me. And I have my last two here. Curve lying her line and then one more. Her line. Carline, look at his nose is a little bit crooked like that. You want to put some whiskers on this guy and some whiskers on this guy? What do you think? I think they're looking really cool. So what we're going to do now is we're going to create some stems because these air a type of plant and they're called dandy lions. So we're going to put some we're not going to put to speed or legs were going to put a stem . So it's a straight line down the line does not need to be perfect. And then it was another line like this because dandy lion stems air fairly straight and really thick. Ooh, this is a long one right here. And they don't have little leaves on these, Okay? They're coming to see him coming right out the bottom. Now, watch what to do with this guy? This guy's stem is going to run into this little guy right here, so I want to be careful not to hit him. So if I run into him. I stop and I pick up my marker and then I start again. See how I do that. Stop. Pick up my marker. Come down again. And in this last little guy, Straight line and straight line. What do you think? Wait a minute. I forgot something. I forgot their ears. How on earth are they going to be able to hear without ears? Let's add some ears. The thing I remember, that this guy's years kind of blend into his main, don't they? No problem. You want to add years before you add the main? That might be a good idea. That's better. Now they can hear. All right, let me know what you think about this project. It was really fun. And like I said, you could switch things up. You could do all swirls are all straight lines, but these air called dandy lines. I hope you enjoy this. See you next time. Bye. 6. Little Deer: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we will be creating a deer and a tree, So let's get started now. This tree that we're going to create first can go anywhere in your paper. It's is a little bit tall, so I would suggest you make it either on one side of your paper or the other. So over there on the right side or the left side, fairly close to the middle, but off to the side, just of it. So I'm going to choose to make my tree a little bit to the left, and I'm going to start. Maybe about right here. So here's the middle, a little bit over from the middle. So the first thing I'm going to do is make a slanted line nice and long. I'm going to start about maybe two inches from the top and land maybe about two inches. Maybe a ninja and 1/2 from the bottom. It's up to you and then I'm going to make another line. It's going to be a very, very long and narrow upside down B. All right, so that's the trunk of a tree Now what I'm going to do is create some branches and these branches you might not have ever seen. This type of branch, you know, I haven't, but it's going to be very different, but that's OK, because this is art. So I make a curve line and occur flying. And then I'm going to follow up those curved lines with more curb lines just like this. Those are my first branches. Now I'm going to move down a little bit and I'm going to come out. And this curved lines are going to be a little bit longer than the first ones, a little bit longer than the first ones. So I'm grated my line, incurred my leg and then we're going to make one more set of branches and this is going to be even a little bit longer. Now on this side, I can tell I might go off my paper. That's okay, though. No problem. Okay, so that's my trunk. And there are my branches. So now we're going to put some leaves on the tree, so I'm going to put leaves just wherever I feel like I put by. But I'd like to put leaves so I'd like you to do the same thing. So I have three leaves at the top. And then I think what I'm going to Dio is I'm going to put leaves in an organized manner, coming out the sides of each off my branches just like that. And then I'm going to do it on the other side. So if I have three sensitive leaves here plus one of the end, I'm going to do the same thing over here, go like a pattern. And then what? I'm going to Dio because I'm going to do the same thing on the next branch in the next branch. OK, so I'm going to do that quietly and quickly, and then you could do that as well. Or you can watch me. It's up to you. I won't take that long. Like I said, this is a little bit of a different look for a tree, but I think it's really cool. OK, there is my 2nd 1 Web. Si. I forgot to put the little guy on the end there. All right, let's see what we get here. How many we can fit on one more. All right, so we're going to go to this side. And if I get going too fast for you, just pause the video. No problem. Okay, so this one right here is going off the page, so we're not going to be able to put the last belief, and that's okay. Now, down at the bottom, I'm going to close up the bottom of my trunk, and I think I want to decorate this a little bit with some shapes. Some triangles, you can do whatever you'd like. If you want to put some stripes in there, or maybe like a little I will picking out. That's that's a great idea as well. All right, so now I have my tree and I'm going to create my dear, so my dear, is going to have I head shape that looks like this kind of almost like a triangle soft triangle. So car flying curved line at coming in at a point and then close it up with a curved line for his ears. To me, they almost look like leaves. So if you look at this shape in the shape, they're very similar. And then I'm going to put a little detail on the inside of each one of his ears for his little antlers were going to make ovals and then ovals coming out the side now for his for his eyes in his face. What I like to do is to create a curved line and occur flying, making kind of a pattern on his face and then makesem eyes. And you know what I just noticed? The eyes look kind of similar in shape to the ears so you can make any type of ID that you'd like and then his nose down here at the bottom when you can fill that in with black. Oh, you look so cute. So far. Okay. Now, for his body were just going to start close to his his I guess it would be his left ear, but on the right side of the paper, we're going to make a straight line down. That's going to be the neck in the front part of this leg, and then on this side, we're gonna make a little curve come down like this. It's kind of a tricky shapes. He might have to practice that. Now. What we're going to do is we're going to come up, down and up. Almost like the letter w in the same on this side, Up, down. And then what we're going to do is we're going to close this right here. Now what we're going to do is we're going to fill in the bottom section of each foot with black. It's going to be a little huff. Let's not forget his tail looks the same is a leaf again. And then sometimes what I do with my dear, as I put it, a little design inside. You can skip this part. Or if you'd like to put a little design inside your dear, that would be a great idea as well. So let's see what I want to do today, maybe something like this, and then fill in part of it. I think that looks pretty cool. It's up to you as to what you'd like to put on the inside of your dear. Okay, Now what we're going to do is we're going to create the forest floor so they go along. Did you see how I picked up my marker when I came to the tree and I came to the deer and then I think up in the sky. I think I'm going to put us a moon. So the way that you make a moon is you make a you create a large letter C and then you close it up with another. See, that's a little whiter and smaller. And then what you can do is you could put little stars around if you like. It's up to you. I just think that this looks really neat. So that's what I'm choosing to dio. Okay, one more. And then around the rest of the picture, I think I'm just going to put some dots just to fill in a little bit of the space. If you have a different idea, please go ahead and do whatever you like. All right. Almost done. If you'd like to create Maybe, son, little flowers, it's a little mushrooms or something down here at the bottom. That would be cute to right. I hope you like this lesson. Please let me know what you think. Talk to you later by 7. Bird in a Birdcage: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we will be creating up bird in a bird cage, a fancy bird cage. So let's get started. The first thing that will want to do is create the bird cage. So we're going to make an upside down, see? And it's going to be pretty large. Okay, so it's upside down. The next thing that we're going to do is we're going to close the bottom, and then what we're going to do is see where you started out. By closing the bottom, we're going to come out with two little lines and then we're going to make a curved line that follows this line right here. All right, so that is our bird cage. Now we're going to make it a little bit fancy or so we're going to put some designs and patterns on the inside, and I think what we'll do is we'll start at the top. So I am going to make a curve line like this and another curve line. It's pretty close to the first curve line. Now I'm going to go down about to the middle of our birdcage, and I'm going to do the same thing. So curved line and then another curved line and then right here is going to be the actual bird cage opening, said the door to the bird cage. So we'll put a straight line and then two straight lines down. Now what we're going to do is we're going to fill in these areas with the actual bars of the cage, so we're going to make it a little bit fancier than a normal bird cage with just straight straight bars on it. So think about some patterns that you can put on the inside of your bird cage. I'm going to put some wavy lines, maybe, son, a string of use. It's up to you. Just think of any patterns that you really like, and you could put them on your bird cage. Okay, I'm going to go back up to the top, maybe put some swirls. Maybe he's a swirl set going this way and a swirl set going this way, and I think I might even double those up, which means I follow along the same lines to make them a little bit thicker. And then I think I'm going to fill in the top part of my bird cage with some circles. I'm just going to fill this in with the Cem Span, see fancy circles all the way through the top. Now, the neat thing about these birdcage is is that once you have the shape to start out with whatever shape you choose, you can just start filling in with different patterns. And it could turn into something really cool and fancy for your bird that you're going to draw. So let me just take another minute to fill these in. Do you have to do exactly the same thing that I am doing? Actually, no. I kind of needed people do different things with their work ages. Okay, I'm taking a look at the top of my bird cage right now, and I think what I'd like to do is I'd like Teoh maybe put something fancy on the top. Maybe some more swirl. So watch what I dio in case you want to do it. So I come out the top with this world and then I come out the other end with a swirl and then I double it up. Just go right along those lines. And if I go out a little bit, that's that's OK. And then maybe I'll put a little heart here and then double that up as well. Okay, now I'm going to create some bars here. So these bars air just going. Teoh come down like this. So do you see what I'm doing? I'm making their just have a little bit of a curve to them, and I just double of those lines and these air going to beat it. Bird pages, bars, that bird cage bars all the way across this section. And if I kick killing a little too fast for you, you can just pause the video. No problem. All right, The next thing that I'm going todo is I'm going to create a line right here and then right here and then I'm going to double that at, and then I'm going to create some more bars. We want to make sure that our bird stays nice and safe in his birdcage. On the top. Here. There we go. Now, I think what I'll do is I'll double up this door up, see my paper slipped. It will double up this store and down here I'm going to make. I think I'm going to make a couple of designs down here, so I'm going to put horizontal alliance and then maybe put some use. Have you ever seen ever Kate Cage this fancy? I don't think I have in real life bird cages, air really fun to make because you can put any designs that you want in them. Alrighty. Do you think right down here at the Bata think I'd like to put some more? Will you be lines just like that? And actually, maybe some little dots? How's that work? All right, now this there's a space right here. I wonder what we should put here. How about a bird? So if you can think of a cool way to make a bird, go ahead and do that. But I'm just going to put a simple whom he's almost like a triangle bird like this. So these air hiss that's this. His body down here. And this is his head. You put a couple little wings on him, some little eyes, you know, a little nose, mouth beak. And then in the background, we could put a few more little stripes. It that a little bit more detail there. What about his feet? Put his feet on there. So straight lines with some little toes. What does that look? I think that looks really cute. Okay, so now that we have the main part of our bird cage, we could move down to the Birdcage stand. That's that. That's the the thing that holds the bird cage up because it's not one of those hanging bird cages that hangs from the ceiling. He has a stand or it has a stand. So I'm going to make kind of a fancy stand. It's going to be similar to this, So I'm going to have swirl and this bigger swirls a small swirl big swirl. And then I'm going to do the same thing on this side. Wow Z. I wish I had a bird cage like this in my house, going to follow up those lines with more lines and do the same inside. What do you think? I think it would be nice if we put a little floor in there, so let's put a wood floor. Let's make a line, and this will be the line that separates the wall from the floor. Let's put another one here. Looks like my markers running out a little bit to make a floor. What I usually do is I usually make lines that are slanted like this. I think this makes a really nice floor. Almost like a wood floor wood floor. Do you see how I'm picking up my marker as I'm going along? See, I guess I can fill in right there picking up my marker. That way, I don't run into the bird cage, Okay. And then surrounding the actual bird cage on the wall, you could make any design that you like, or you can keep it just as it iss. So I think what I'm going to do is I'm going to put some dots far apart, spread kind of far apart just to give it a little bit more detail. Like to sometimes fill in. You can put hards. You can put lines. It is totally up to you. This is your artwork. So you could do what you like. All right, There you go. So if you can think of anything that you'd like to add to your birdcage, go ahead and do that now and then. What you can do is you can, either. Cholera, uber kitchen. You can paint it in. You can leave it black and white as is It is up to you. I think it looks really, really cute. And I hope you enjoy this lesson. All right, I'll see you later by 8. Cute Jester: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having Ah, great day. Today I am going to show you how to create a juster. Today, gestures are performers. Sometimes they work in the circus and they're really cool. So this is going to be acute jester. So what we're going to do is we're going to start out close to the top of your paper, but not all the way at the top. And we're going to create a circle. This is going to be the Just er's head. Okay, we're going to start out with the hat. He wears a special kind of a hat. So we're going to make kind of like a very long rectangle fill that in now attached to that rectangle. We're going to come out with some curved lines and then we're going to go in with those curved lines like this, and then we're going to make one more curve line and come in with that curb line, and that's going to be his hat. We need to put one more thing on his hat and those are some circles. There is little palm humbles. Now, if you'd like to make some decorations on his hat. Be my guest. All right, We're going to put a couple little ears on it. Was there just little semi circles coming out of the sight of his head, and then we're going to create some eyes. So I like to just make some ovals, some sideways ovals, and this guy is going to be looking to the side. So we're making circles. Don't forget the little shine. Mark. If you'd like to turn this into a girl, you conduce, um, girly tight decorations on there. Put a few little eyelashes on there and a nose, which is simply another oval and then for his mouth. It's going to be kind of like, I don't know, maybe like a hot dog shape like this with a line down the middle or how cute he is. Okay, the next thing that we're going to do is make his collar. So his collar is going to come out with straight lines like this and then curve thank her and then close up with another straight line. All right, now we're going to make the design inside of his ruffle. So it's up, down, up, down, up and down. All the way across. His color looks like the ruffle. Okay, now we're going to make his arms in his hands. So this arm may be coming straight down and he's going to be wearing a costume. So the costumes fairly large, almost like a clown costume. So for this arm, we come out with a curved line. It would close it up with another curve line, and we're going to put somewhere ruffles down here. Write it his wrists. So some oval shapes with some up and down ruffles up and down Kirby lines. He's going to have some mittens on. Let me show you how to make a mitten. So you kind of curve around it almost looks like a hook. And then the letter J this is the backwards letter J. And then this one will be the forwards. Letter J. Okay, Little hook. That's first then. Like this. Okay, now what we're going to dio is we're going to create his body and remember, he's wearing a costume, so it's going to It's not going to be a skinny body. It's going to be fluffy. Okay, so let's just go like this and come down with kind of curvy lines. And then we're going to put a couple of more ruffles down here at the bottom, all right, and then we're going to make almost like a soft letter B for his legs. So here's one like and here's this other leg, some little boots for a shoes. And then let's put some little ruffles inside these areas down here, up and down again, whom looks like his outfit is really looking good. But I think we need to put some patterns on their What do you think? So if you can think of some patterns that you'd like to put on his costume, go for it. I think I'm just going to put some stripes and I might even turn them into some squares. So the way that I do that is, I start at the top, and I just make straight lines equal distant. That means equally distant from each other, as close as you can see. How I'm doing this, lifting up my marker and then this one is going to go a little bit longer, so they we have some stripes and now we're going to go the other way. So I'm going to start here and just go just like this. See what I'm doing, making stripes or aligns the opposite way, and that will turn into some checks. Oh, I really, really like the way that he's turning out right now. I hope you do, too. What do you think? I think he's looking really good. Okay, the next thing that I like to do is make him holding a balloon. Say you can have a round balloon, you can have a heart shaped balloon or you can have no balloon. It's up to you. So whatever shape you choose, just put it the bottom, A little triangle with a little string coming out all right for a little bit of decoration . And if you want to put a little bit of a background, maybe a line and then you could put some dots or some lines or Cem squares or hearts or swirls, that would be cool. I think I'm going to put some circles around here a the top, but keep in mind this is your artwork, so you could do whatever you want with it. And then after we're finished, if you have Koreans or colored pencils or paints, watercolor paints available to you. Then you might want to put some color on this guy. He looks like he could really used some color. Sometimes, though, things look great just the way they are. Black and white. All right. What do you think? I'd like to hear how much you like him. I'd like to hear your comments. All right. I hope you like him. Take care by 9. Circus Dog on a Unicycle: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends. How are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we will be creating a circus dog on, um, you know, cycle. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is go close to the top of our paper. Not at the very top, but pretty close. We're going to make a circle right in the middle of the paper, just like that. Inside that circle, we're going to make a dot and then coming out from that dot we're going to make some lines all the way around. Now, what we're going to do is we are going to put too slanted lines underneath this circle. It's almost like an upside down V. Then we're going to close. Thes this right here is going to be our circus dogs hat. All right, so we're going to create our circus dog now, so we're going to start out with his nose. So let me show you how to create this. So we come down and we come up with a slight curve. So we come down and we come up with us like her now would come. We started occur. That's going to be the tip of his nose and we're going to come straight down and then we're going to curve, so comes straight down and then curve a little in. Now we're gonna go to the other side of the hat and we're going to create the back of our dog's head. And it's very slightly curved, just like this, and we're going to stop about the same place where we stopped for his nose and mouth area. All right, What we're going to do now is we're going to make a straight line connecting this area to this area, and the line goes a little bit longer. See that now connected to this line, We're going to have to curved lines and then we're going to connect those with another straight line. This is going to be the collar on our dog, part of his little costume. Now let's go back up to the dog's face. What we're going to do is we're going to make a little nose at the top, are black nose, and this dog is happy. He's going to be Smiley, so we're going to put a little smile. Just put whatever kind of smile you'd like on your dog. And this dog is so good at writing the unit cycle that he is going to have his eyes closed . So you make really wide letter you and we're going to make some lines coming straight down from that really wide letter you that looks like a closed I to me. Okay, doke. Now, what we're going to do is we're going to make the dogs little ruffle on his collar and let me show you how we do that. So we started the at the very front and we come down and we go back up, up and down, up and down. And it creates, like a ruffle. Look, it doesn't matter if you end coming down or coming up, Okay? Now, what we're going to do is make the dog's tummy, so his time is going to be a little bit big. So we wanted to be a little bit poofy like this, and then we're going to make the dogs back, so we're going to come down with a fairly straight line. It's going to go a little bit past where we stopped his tummy. All right? This dog has two legs on the bottom down here and two up here, so we'll make those in just a few minutes. But let's concentrate focus on his, his hind legs, his back legs. So we're going to make a curve line coming out from his tummy and then at the bottom of that curved line coming back like this, that's going to be his little foot. And then we're going to kind of follow this first curve line like this. Now that's one of his feet, and then what we're going to do is we're going to make us other foot in his other foot is going to be sticking straight out. So we come a little bit above this curved line and make we make a straight line coming out . Not too long, and then we make his little foot, which I would say is like an upside down letter J and then we close it up. So it's kind of like he's giving a little kick. All right now he's going to be sitting on a unit cycle units cycle. It is a type of a cycle. It only has a one wheel, so we're going to make a seat where the unis cycle, and the way that we make a seat is just like this. Okay, so it's basically just, um a very long oval. Now it looks like he needs a little bit of help up here. He needs to have his arms taken balance. So his arms are just gonna be curved line and the curve lying down. That's one of his arms. And then his other arm is over here kind of like a letter. You turn to the site. He also needs a tail so he could wag it. So it's kind of like a curvy the and up here. Let's not forget his ear. So ears on dogs air really fun to make. You could make them square, You could make them round. So think about the kind of dog here that you'd like to make and just go ahead and make it. My dog here is kind of coming out the back of my dog. Alrighty. So what we're going to do is make the unis cycle now. So basically, the way that we do that is we go to the center of the seat ever Eunice cycle and make too short straight lines And then we're going to make a circle and circles air kind of challenging to make. The more you practice, the better you will get it creating a circle. So you make a circle, and then on the inside of that circle, you're going to make another circle. Is my circle perfect? Absolutely not. And that's OK. Okay. On the very inside of the circle, you're going to make a small circle, and you're going to make a little bit of a larger circle. And then you're going to make a little bit of a larger circle like this and then connected connecting this circle right here this outer circle on the inside to this circle inner circle on the outside, We're going to just make some spokes spokes or those little they're metal and they hold the tire together. So basically, they're straight lines in their crisscrossing. Just like this, Weps. Sometimes when I'm doing art, I turned my paper upside down the other way. When I'm doing these. So this one right here got a little bit crazy, and that's okay. I actually think it's pretty cool. All right, now I'm thinking that I want to show movement with this tire. So I'm going to make some little curve lines and that shows movement. That means that it shows that the unit cycle wheel is turning. And let's put this unit cycle on the ground. So I'm going to maybe make two stripes. This I'm thinking my picture needs a little bit more. So I think what I'm going to do isn't going to come back up to the top. And I am going to create some some flags. So I'm going to come down with a curved line going pass the hat and coming back up like this and attached to this curve line, I am going to make some upside down V's. These are going to be my flags. Now, what I can dio is Aiken, decorate these flags. Maybe it was some stripes with some dogs with some hearts, whatever you like. Just do what you feel like doing on this. It just makes it a little bit more fun and festive. Maybe some swirls. I love swirls. All right. We need to put some little circles to tie these flags on two this string. How does that look? I think it looks great. All right, one looking. I'm really happy with the way that this is looking. So what I'm going to do is one more thing. I'm going to add just some dots, some docks and maybe some circles just for a little bit more detail on my paper. Feel free to add whatever you'd like if you want to add something different or you might not choose to add anything at all. Maybe you like how your picture looks right now it's up to you. Okay, Almost done. Here we go. I think I'm really happy with that. Now. When I think I'm going to do is I'm going to add some color to this and you could add some color as well. So if you want to use them some markers or some pencils or crayons or even watercolor paint to your to your drawing, that would be a great idea. So let me know what you think I'll talk to you later by 10. Popcorn Bunnies: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we will be creating some popcorn bunnies. Thes bunnies are going to be in bags of popcorn, so yeah, I know that's an unusual thing to draw, but it's a lot of fun, so let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is create three circles so they could be as large as you'd want them to be. I'm going to have MM to larger circles in a smaller circle because I wanted to be to larger bunnies in a smaller Benny. So I'm going to create three circles and they're going to be I'm a spread out. What? I would say There's one to and there's my smaller circle three. Now what I'm going to do is I'm going to create a bunny face on each one of these, so I'm going to start here on the top one, and I'm going to start out with some ears, and these were going to be some long or easy years really long and skinny. If you like to have fatter ears, that's okay. I just like for this project. I like these to be along very long. Is guinea all right? And then I'm gonna put some little hairs here. A the top, which is just basically the letter m now for this bunny's eyes. I'd like them to be nice and big like this, and then I'm going to make some shite marks. Not at the very top, but more to the side. A girl kind of looking to the side, and I'm going to fill the rest of the i n with black. I'm going to put a small little now and then I would suggest that you maybe put a little bit of color here if you are going to color these in or paint them and you might want to put some little paint cheeks. Okay. All right. On all of these, you might want to put some paint chicks. That's up to you, though, So let me go. This guy, I'm going to make some very long ears again. Notice the years air pretty close together. It's a little hair, and then I'm going to make the same kind of eyes so large circles with the shine work towards the front and then fill in with my black marker. Okay, The sky is also going to be very happy and Smiley. So I'm going to put a little smile on him, and I'm when I put some color on here. I'm also going to put some pink cheeks now for my little bunny. Same thing really long and skinny ears. A little bit of hair, really big eyes with some little shine marks there. It almost looks like they're all watching and movie cover that in and make a little smile. All right, so what we're going to do is we're going to put these bunnies into some popcorn bags. Do you use long bags? They have stripes on him. Usually you see it. Maybe at that the circus or something like that. So we're going to make just a little bit of the bunnies bodies, so I can still start with this guy right here. So we have curved, lying, curved line just very short Now, maybe about halfway up the curve lines were going to make a straight line coming across in a straight line. This is going to be the bunnies body in this down down here in this part, this is going to be the bag of popcorn. Now what we're going to do is we're going to make a slanted line and a slanted line, and these two lines should be about the same length. Now, we are going to close those lines up just like that. So it looks like the bunny is inside the bag. Now, if you look here, there's a little bit of a space. So what I'm going to do is angry to bring those lines down a little bit longer, just like that. Now, to finish up our bag, we're going to make a straight line down from the corner, a straight line down from this corner and one straight more, one more straight line down from the back. Gonna like a three D bag. Look at that. How cute he is now where he's going to have his low hand sticking out here. So too little circles with his Paul marks. Now, to get this bag a little bit of dimension, we're gonna fill that in just a little bit with the black. That'll show that it's a little bit darker inside the bag. Now I want to decorate my bag a little bit. So on this bag. I think I'm just gonna put a large circle, some scalloped edges. You can do whatever you want. And then I think what I'm going to do is I'm going to write the word popcorn, Pop. Corn popcorn. Now I'm going to put some stripes on here. Well, did you see how I lifted up my marker when I got to the seal the popcorn seal? Because I don't want to hit it. I want to go right over it. How does that look? Think I'm really happy with that, Okay. His popcorn bag is finished. If you like to look, put a little bit of popcorn sticking out of here. That would be a good ideas. Well, or maybe down here on the ground. All right. The next little guy that I'm going to do is this guy right here in? Actually, I'm just going to make him the same way. So little stripes. I should call him little lines and then straight lines, slanted lines Close those app, and I dont get going too fast for you. Just pause the video and you couldn't watch it again. Straight lines down. And then I'm going to make some little hands with some little paw fingers. I feel this in a little. Put a seal on here and actually you can write any word that you want on here. If you want to write your name on there, that's a good idea to. So I'm going to just write popcorn again, and then I'm going to put some stripes on here. These air actually fun projects to color in and paint or fill in with some Kranz. Alrighty. So we have 12 finished, and now we're just going to do the back one. That might be a little bit trickier because you have to work around this guy right here. But we can do it, no problem. So we can't make our lines just like we did for the others. Slanted line and close that up. Make these a little longer, make his hands well in, and then we're going to make some straight lines down. Just make him straight, and then you you'll run into this little guy's back. But don't worry about it, just as long as you don't, just as long as you pick up your your marker in time. See that? So it looks like this guy's in front of this guy. Now, the seal on this one is going to be a little bit trickier. Just gonna go like that, Do what ever works for you. I'm not going to be able to write the word popcorn, though, and it almost looks like this little guy's wearing a hat. That's kind of cute, too. And then I'm going to put some stripes. What do you think? I really like this. I think I'm done. If you'd like to put maybe a background sometimes when I'm trying to think of things to fill in the background, I just make dots. I think that that looks really cute. Or if you have markers or crayons, colored pencils or paints, you could always make ah, fun and festive background with with different colors. These lessons are designed for you to use color on them. I'm just teaching you the drawing part of it. So what do you think? I hope you like it. I like it a lot. I think they're really cute. All right, I'll see you later by 11. Moon and Sun: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends. How are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we will be creating a sun and a moon. The sun is going to be pretty large and the moon is going to be a little bit smaller. So let's get started. Our son is going to take up a good part of our paper. So what we're going to want to do is we're going to want to make a circle now. This is a pretty good circle, you see, right here. It's not perfect, though, So we're not machines. Humans are not machines, so we can't make perfect circles. But we can try our best. So after you have your circle, then what we're going to do is we're going to make some rays and the rays air. Just going to simply be Cem, I guess. There these the letter b hooked on to the circle. So we're going to go all the way around with our letter. These hooking Teoh our circle. Mr. Sunshine, if I get going too fast for you, what you can do is you can pause this until you get your bees finished. Okay? Now what? I'm going to do is I'm going to create a design a face for the inside of my son. I want to make him look a little bit different. So I'm going to put during down the middle. I'm going to put kind of like a curvy line right down the middle. So let's start here and I'll go like this. It's almost like a backwards letter s that's been stretched out. Okay, Now I would like to create his eyes. So what I'm going to do for his eyes is this. I'm going to make some really long lines like this. And then what I'm going to do is I'm going to make some use that are attached to each end of the line just like this inside. I'm going to make smaller use, and I am actually going to fill this in with my black marker. If you want to skip this part because you want to use a different color, that would be fine. When we're doing these drawings, you usually put the color on after we're all finished with the drawing part. Okay, so we have the inside of his I now what we're going to do, I'd like to extend his eyelashes out. So they're kind of curly. So I'm going to follow this line, go like this, Same on this side, follow that out and twirl it like that. I'm going to give him some eyebrows and these air going to be kind of swirly eyebrows one on this side as well. And then I like him to have a nose. So I'm going to just make a small knows that looks like this. Now, this guy's going to be really happy. I'm going to put a little swirl at the end of each part of his mouth. So he smiling. If you can think of a different way that you would like to design the face of your son. Please do that. Okay, So here's my son. What? I'm going to dio after I draw this and I'm ready to paint him or color him in. I'm going to create different colors. I'm going to make a different color on this side in a different color on this side. That's why I I divided his face in half. Now, down here, we're going to have Mr Moon okay for a Mr Moon. What? We're going to do is we're going to have a very wide letter. You Very wide. Okay, Now what we're going to Dio is and this is kind of tricky. So you might want to watch what I dio. We're going to come down and we're going to point. We're going to come to a point. It doesn't follow along with this line right here, because we want this to be his nose. Okay, so basically, you come out with a curved line in. You kind of veer away from this line right here. Now we come in and we create a swirl that's going to be his nose. Now we're going to take our pen and we're going to kind of follow along, and then we're going to close up are men. And this moon is going to be sleeping. So I am going Teoh make his mouth just like that, his eyes going to be up here, and it's going to be closed. And the way that I'm going to show that is by having some eyelashes on him. All right, so Mr Son is awake. Mr. Moon is asleep. Okay, I think that what I'd like to do with my piece of paper is I'd like to divide some sections . I'd like to divide some sections, so I have a little bit more detail on my picture. So I think I'm going to just come make some lines coming out for Mr Son. Every once in a while, I'm going to make a few lines and I might double the lines sometimes. Or I might just keep them straight, coming out just like this. Now, if I'm going past Mr Moon, I want to make sure that I do not run into him. So I always wanted Mitt pick up my my pen. Okay. How does that look? I think it looks pretty cool now. Now that I have my lines coming out, Mr Sun, what I might want to dio or what you might want to dio is you might want to put different patterns inside these lines. For example, you can maybe put some swirls or you might want to put let's say, some dots. You might want to put some little tiny stars. You might want to put a shape like a triangle. You get the idea. So what you can dio is you can take each of these sections and you can turn them into sections with patterns, something that repeats over and over maybe some circles here. It is totally up to you. Maybe you are not choosing to do that. And that's fine as well. I'm just trying to give you some ideas, OK, so you could do that. If you like a new campaign it, you concolor it with colored pencils or crayons. There's so many things that you can dio with this design. I hope you enjoy this and I hope to see you next time by 12. Awesome Alien in a Spaceship: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we are going to be creating an alien in a space ship. How fun is that? So what we're going to do first is we are going to make and upside down letter you now What we're going to do is we're going to make the same shape and we're going to follow along the first upside down letter you pretty closely. That's going to be the aliens glass parts so he can watch through that. Now we're going to connect these two lines right here with a curved line. It's slightly curved. Now we are going to make some slanted lines coming out of the bottom, too. Slanted lines. And then we're going to 10 act thes slanted lines with a curved line like this. Here we go. Now, the next thing that we're going to dio is we're going to put some little rectangles here at the bottom. This is how hiss spaceship is going to be powered. And let's put a a few little puffs of smoke coming out of the bottom. So three little puffs of smoke and basically I'm making a Siri's of I guess it would be like the letter c connected to each other. All right, now we're going to go up into the body of the alien spaceship, and we're going to just put some random shapes. That means you can choose whatever you'd like to put in here. I think for now I'm just going to make some rectangles. You could make circles. You could make triangles, whatever you'd like. And then maybe I'll put some dots inside, and you can do whatever you'd like. Now, I'm going to come up into this glass part of my alien ship, and I'm going to make the alien itself. Now, the thing about aliens, they all look different. So use your imagination. I think the alien that I'm going to make a good to make an upside down U and I think I'm ready to make his eyes come out the top in the side of his head like this. Anything that looks funny and cute. His mouth. I'm going to make a little bit crazy with a straight line in a curved line underneath and maybe make some funny teeth. And remember, you can do whatever you'd like you could make your alien however you like. I'm going to put some spots on him. What do you think? I think to finish him off, I'm going to put some stars around his spaceship. So sometimes people make stars like this. Sometimes they make stars like this just with three lines. Or sometimes you could make a star like this. So you make an upside down B two lines coming out the side, too. Slanted lines coming down like this. And then two more V's And make sure that you connect those fees like that. So it's up to you, the kind of stars that you'd like to create. Also, some people make stars just by putting dots, the stores could be further away in the sky. It's up to you. Alrighty. I hope you like you're a Lee and drawing you concolor him in any way that you'd like. So I'll see you next time. Bye. 13. Sunny Sailboats: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today we will be creating some sailboats in a sunset. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to create our sailboats. So take a look at the bottom half of your paper and I think I like to put to sailboats on my piece of paper. So I'm going to put one here pretty close to the bottom, and basically I'm going to make just a straight line. Then I'm going to come down with a slanted line and a slanted line, and then I'm going to connect those together with the kind of it. It's not a perfectly straight line. It's a little bit curved, So there's the boat, part of my sailboat. Now I'm going to make another one right here. So straight line, curve down, perv down and then close it. Now these were going to have sales on them, so they're going to have big, large sales coming up the top. So what we're going to do is make street lying, coming straight down. What kind of tall? Put a dot at the top and then make another straight line coming down. Now we're going to put the actual sale on here, so it's a curved line, and then we're going to come in at the bottom with the straight line. Now, same thing on this one. So straight line, circle at the top and another straight line down. And then I think I'd like my sail to go this way this time. So curved line and then close it up at the bottom. All right, The next thing that I'm going to Dio is create the water line. So I think I'd like my water line to be about right here. And I'm not going to make it perfectly straight. I'm just going to come across just like this. Now notice when I have my marker I come along due to do. Then I pick my marker up. When I hit the sale, my name put it back down, and then I pick it up again, and then I put it back down. So this is going to be the water and this is going to be the land. So let's take a look at the water now. So I think I'd like to put a few swirls inside my water just to show a little bit of movement. So I'm gonna put a swirl here. Maybe one here, Maybe a couple here, down here at the bottom. Maybe one immediate. Right here. I think something needs to go right here. Like this. Maybe a small one down here. Maybe one even. Right here. Here we go. Okay. The next thing that I'm going to be it do is put a little bit of decoration on my boat. So I think I'd like this one to have some stripes. And keep in mind friends that you can decorate your boats anyway that you like. You can even decorate the sales if you like, Maybe put some circles here on this one. All right. Sometimes people put maybe stripes or sun shines on their sales. I like in it. Okay, Now, let's go back up to the top and I'm going to make a little hill right here. I think just like that coming down. And then I'd like a son to be right up here. And this is how I sometimes make sense. Almost looks like a sunset. The sun is going down. Put a couple of palm trees, so basically have two straight lines and then some long bees coming out from those straight lines. This is how I make palm trees. So maybe one here and maybe another one here, a smaller one and then maybe even one over here. I think I'd like to fill in my sky a little bit with some circles. Keep in mind, you get to do whatever you like. When it comes to this, you can even put some if you don't have ah, son here, you can put a mood, maybe some stars. And then I think I'd like to put some lines here that would represent grass. What does that look? You know what looks nice, too? Is sometimes if you put fish inside the inside the water, that always looks good too. All right. What do you think? I'm pretty happy with this. If there's anything else that you can think to add, you could do so right now. And I'll see you next time. Bye. 14. Fancy Flowers: Drawing Lesson: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great day today. Today I'm going to do something a little bit different. I am going to teach you how to make some different types of flowers. And the reason why I'm going to do this is because I've noticed that when kids make flowers and I've seen a lot of flowers because I am a teacher, I noticed that they usually make just one type of a flower and it looks like this usually has a middle to it and it usually has some pedals like this. Now I happen to love this type of flower. It might even be my favorite type of flower. However, I thought it would be nice if I taught you some different designs in different flower designs. So why don't we get started with that? The first type of flower design I'd like to show you. We start out with this circle and then inside that circle, we make another circle and then we put some pedals on there. Some nice big backpedals five or six pedals on the inside of that. We can make some circles and then on the outside of that you could make some little use, like a chain of use hooked on to each other. Now, let me tell you something about moms in about grandma's and on teas. They will you Will. You like it when you create flowers for them? Maybe for their birthday and for Valentine's Day. So this is actually a really good project. There is one type of flower, and then you can put a stem on it. I'm just going to put a little tiny stem because I'm going to be putting more. Did flower designs on here? Okay, here's another cool type of a flower. If you create a circle and then you start on the inside with a dot like this, and then you start by making a swirl and you keep getting your swirled bigger and bigger and bigger until you hit the edge of the circle and then you stop. That's another type of flower with a little tiny baby stem. Okay, here's another one. So we make a straight line, and then here we have a syriza views. Now, we're not going to touch this initial line just going to make some use, and we're going to keep going, going going until we feel comfortable in closing it up. That's actually the bottom part of the flower. The top part of the flower can look like this. It's an upside down u Maybe with a few dots or swirls on the inside. And then maybe some lines coming out just like this. And you know what might even look good on this one. Some circles coming out in touching those little tiny lines. That's a pretty cool flower, don't you think? Little tiny stem. Okay, here's another one. Here's the letter. You and we close it up at the top, and then we put designs on the inside. I think on this one, I'm just going to put some stripes. And then maybe on the outside all puts, um, little lines with some circles. So that's a simple type of flour, and there's a step in the leaf. All right, this is more of like a tulip type of a flower. So we have are you and then we just go down, uh, down that and then, if you'd like to put some little lines here with some circles at the top and maybe even a dozen line on the inside. It's up to you with the little stem. Now, this type of a flower has some I don't know. It almost reminds me of fireworks. So we start out with this circle and then similar to this. What we do is we quickly created a spiral on the inside a swirl on the inside and then coming out from the middle. You make some fairly long lines. And then between these long lines, you make shorter lines. So it was big, little, big little. And then at the end of those, you can attach some circles and you could put asses many lines coming out of this flower as you'd like. That's the neat thing about these. You get to custom design them now that you know the basics. All right. Oh, I forgot the little stem on that one. Okay, let's make another type of a flower. So we start out with the teardrop teardrop shape that's on its side, and we attach it to another teardrop shape that's on its side. And then another tear drop shaped that's upside down underneath this, we're going to make some little tiny Oh, they almost look like little leaves and then on the inside of these teardrop shapes were going to make a line, a line and the line and at the top of the line, we're going to make a curlicue. Curlicue, curlicue, curly Q curlicue. Just like that. That's actually really cute. And then I put my stem. Okay, here's another one. So we have. Are you putting mine to the side a little bit? And then we close it up with a curved line and then on top of that curve line, put another curve line. And then on top of that, we put three or four or five views that are hooked together. And then you know what's neat for flowers. Sometimes if you put dots like this and you could even put a little bit of design on the inside, maybe I don't even put a little dot in there. And then on the inside of the bottom part of the flower, maybe we can put some lines. Some caramelize in straight lines and some dots, some little tiny circles with flowers you can kind of mix and match. All right, a couple more. So let's make a circle here and then not directly in the middle, but off to the side a little bit, make a smaller circle and then a little bit of a bigger circle. And then you can put some other circles and tiny circles going around if you'd like maybe some lines what I like about flowers as I just look at the flower and then I decide what I want to dio after I have the initial shape. I like that. I like the way that it looks Maybe a few dots on the inside and then my little stem in my life. All right, so let's make another one right here. So this is a straight line with an upside down U. And then I'm going to put some very long teardrop shapes coming around just like this. Maybe put a few little dots at the top. There is simple and very cute. You could also make flowers like this just put a bunch of circles together. That actually makes just a cute little flower as well. When you think flowers don't always have to be circular, they could be kind of a square, a shape. This is a neat shape. And then what? We dio is we just start making lines coming out from that middle area, coming out to the edge, kind of a meat illusion. You can even add some scalloped edges around this one. If you'd like all the way around, it's up to you. What I mean is this type of thing like this all the way around. Can you imagine if you have somebody who really likes flowers? If you made her or him something like this, it would be so surprised and amazed and happy. Okay, I'm going to make two more right down here at the bottom. So I'm going to start this one out with the letter U. I'm going to close it up, and then on the outside, I'm going to make some tiny use, like a chain of you is going all the way across the bottom and sides and then coming out the top, I'm going to make some lines, but they're gonna be kind of crazy with some circles at the top. And then inside, maybe some swirls love swirls. And then inside between this world, I'm going to make some little dots, you know, Forget my little stem. Okay, Last one this one's a little bit trickier. So we start out with a circle on the inside of that circle, we make a smaller circle, and then on the inside of that, we make a dot. Now, we come out with little lines from that midsize circle on the outside of this circle. We're going to make some a chain of use. See how I'm starting in the middle and I'm building and I'm drawing out. Start in the middle and I draw out now attached to this, I'm going to make a shape that looks like this. It's almost like a petal shape. It's not the easiest shape to make, but with some practice and get really good at it. See that one? This line on this one? It's a little bit crazy, but no problem. Okay, with a little bit of black, Pretty fancy, huh? And then I'm going to make my stem. All right. I hope you enjoyed this lesson. I hope this gave you some really good ideas about some things that you can draw with flowers. And, um yeah, I can't wait to see you for the next lesson. So, by