Doodling for Kids: 25 Step-By-Step Drawing Lessons to Boost Confidence in Young Children | Em Winn | Skillshare

Doodling for Kids: 25 Step-By-Step Drawing Lessons to Boost Confidence in Young Children

Em Winn, Teacher, Art Instructor, Artist

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29 Lessons (1h 13m)
    • 1. Introduction and Course Goals

      1:01
    • 2. Let's Draw a Shark

      1:58
    • 3. Let's Draw a Koifish

      2:55
    • 4. Let's Draw a Walrus

      1:55
    • 5. Let's Draw a Jellyfish

      2:24
    • 6. Let's Draw a Pufferfish

      1:58
    • 7. Let's Draw a Narwhal

      2:01
    • 8. Let's Draw a Whale

      2:17
    • 9. Let's Draw a Seal

      1:25
    • 10. Let's Draw a Bear

      3:12
    • 11. Let's Draw a Beetle

      2:05
    • 12. Let's Draw an Owl

      3:44
    • 13. Let's Draw a Fox

      4:46
    • 14. Let's Draw a Gnome

      2:36
    • 15. Let's Draw a Mushroom

      1:31
    • 16. Let's Draw a Rainbow

      1:57
    • 17. Let's Draw a Bird

      4:02
    • 18. Let's Draw an Umbrella

      1:59
    • 19. Let's Draw a Sun

      1:44
    • 20. Let's Draw a Bee

      2:16
    • 21. Let's Draw a Cactus

      2:37
    • 22. Let's Draw a Tulip

      1:49
    • 23. Let's Draw a Hamster

      2:15
    • 24. Let's Draw a Fan

      3:02
    • 25. Let's Draw a Birthday Cake

      4:30
    • 26. Let's Draw a Cupcake

      1:25
    • 27. Let's Draw a Teddy Bear

      3:00
    • 28. Let's Draw a Zebra

      4:13
    • 29. Let's Draw a Rhino

      2:00
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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?

The Doodling for Kids course may be just what you are looking for! Designed with beginners in mind, this drawing course is perfect for ages 5+. 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.

As your child works his/her way through this course, he/she will discover that they may then apply the knowledge they gain through each lesson to create unique masterpieces of their own. The Doodling for Kids course is designed to give young children the tools they need to begin their artistic journey into self-expression, reflection, and creative thinking.

Let's get creating with the Doodling for Kids Course!

Transcripts

1. Introduction and Course Goals: Hey, friends. How are you? I hope you're having a good day today. My name is Miss M, and I am excited about the opportunity to teach you this new drawing course. I wanted to take a few moments to explain to you what this course is about. So you can see if it is the right fit for you. This is a beginning drawing course. What that means is that you do not have to have any drawing experience to be successful in this course. I teach each lesson using a step by step drawing method so you could just follow right along with me. What will we learn in this course? We're going to learn how to draw some cute and cuddly cartoony animals and some pool things from nature. You can then use the skills that you learned in this course to create your own drawing masterpieces. So this course sounds like fun to you. Go ahead and sign up and let's start creating 2. Let's Draw a Shark: Hey, friends, how are you today? We will be making a shark, so let's get started. The first thing that you will want to do is make a diamond shape, and this diamond shape is going to have rounded angles just like that. That's going to be the shark's body. Now, at the top of your top angle, you're going to make an upside down B, and that is going to be his the fin on the back on his back, Then on the side here, you're going to make to curve lines coming out, and this is going to be his tail. We're going to connect this line to our dot and this line to our dot. Now we're going to create a couple more fins down here for the side coming down and coming back up. Coming down when coming back up on the inside of his bases, his face area. We're going to make some eyes. It's a little eyebrows if you want to make him look like he's a little bit mean, and we're going to make a big smiling our this guy is going to be smiling. So we have a slightly curved line and then a soft be with two little curved lines at the edge. Now for his tea, we just make zigzag inside his mouth and for his nose. It's an upside down, U very wide with a couple of nostrils. He looks kind of funny. There's your shark. I hope you like him by. 3. Let's Draw a Koifish: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be making a koi fish. So let's get started. The first thing that you're going to want to do is make a shape that looks almost like a water drop or a teardrop. So it's a curved line in her flight out. Make it kind of bat right here and then bring it back up to a point at this top of the point, we're going to make a shape that looks like this. It's kind of in and out, kind of flowing. This is going to be hiss back then and on the side of his body, we're going to make somewhere print of organic shapes, just kind of flowy little fins just like that. Now we're going to go to his lips. You're going to make a circle that crosses right over that line, and then we're going to fill in a circle just like that, like a larger small whatever you like. Now we're going to come back up here to make some eyes, so we're going to make some semi circles larger semi circles, even larger semi circles. Now we're going to come back here and we're going to fill in some little dots right here. Okay? Now what we're going to do is we're going to make his back fan. It's going to be more pointed. Kind of like a skirt upside down re that's closed at the bottom. And then all along here, we'll pick up your pencil or your pen or your marker. We're going to make a squiggly line here. We are going to make some fins, but you're just a little upside down. Use now what you could, dio, because the sky is in some water. You could make some swirls going around to represent water. I always like to do that when I am creating water. So squiggly lines, Insys and currently, cues. And then also what you can dio you could make some circles that represent bubbles. Well, I'm liking how this is looking right all around. Here we go. There's your koi fish. I hope you like him. Thanks for watching by 4. Let's Draw a Walrus: already. Today we will be creating a walrus. So let's get started. We're going to get started with an upside down U It was like that. Now this part is pretty tricky because we need to have a curved line that comes down and then it comes back up. So watch what I do first, and you might need to practice this a little. You come down and then you come back up to a point just like that. Now for this line, we're going to come down, squiggle up and meet at that point as well. Now we're going to create his tummy. So let's start about 2/3 of the way down your first line and you make like an upside down J now to make his flippers. What we need to do is we need to make a curved line coming this way in a curved line coming this way. That's his one flipper on his one side, and then on this side, this one's going to be sticking out a little just like that. So curve light line out in a curb. Ling back in now for hiss face. We're going to make some eyes. Some wide set eyes and a mouth with some tusks coming out. So his tasks are cool. But they're also round rounded at the end. Just like this, with a little nose in the line coming down from the nose. Now we're going to give him some whisker, some long whiskers. Maybe just two or three. And they're years. There's your walrus. I hope you like him. Thank you for watching by. 5. Let's Draw a Jellyfish: are there today, we will be making a jellyfish. So let's get started. We're going to start out with an upside down. U like that. Now we're going to close the u up with the line and you want to make sure that the curves right here kind of soft, soft dish curves. Then underneath we're going to put some use, and we're going to attach those use to the bottom line all the way across, just like that. Now we're going to put some tentacles down here, so we're going to make them a little bit curvy and then swirly at the end. So I usually put maybe about four or five tentacles like that. Okay, Now what I like to do is I like to go over them again, and I don't go over them very carefully. I just kind of follow along the same lines. And if I go out of the line a little bit, I think it makes it look even more interesting. So I just go over each one of the lines again, even a little bit of when I mentioned. So we'll go back up. Let's make him some wide set eyes. Could make your eyes anyway that you like sometimes on my Octopus, like to make a really large eyes or maybe even one large eye and one small I So that's always fun. And then a small smile. Now, sometimes when I make the Octopus, I like to put little bubbles around him. So if you like to do that, just kind of shows that he's in the water. There you go. There's your jellyfish. I hope you like him. Thanks for watching by. 6. Let's Draw a Pufferfish: Hey, friends, how are you today? We're going to be making up puffer fish. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is make a circle just like that. Then what we're going to do is you're going to find the middle of your circle and go down. Just a touch and you're going to make a smaller circle inside that smaller circle. You're going to make an even smaller circle and then down of that at the bottom of that smaller circle, you're going to put a little area down here that's going to be his tongue. All right, then we're going to go do is his eyes. So we have big circles, and then we have smaller circles and then a dot right in the middle. Now we're going to make some fins on the side of his body. So curved line up, kerf lying down, curb line, attaching curve line up, her lying down in attach. Now what he needs to make him a proper fish is he needs to have his spikes. So all over his body, going different ways, you can start making his spine's, and this is what protects him predators in the ocean. You can put a lot or you could put a few. It's totally up to you. I think he's looking pretty cool. You've only been put a few lines over here on this fence, right? There you go. There's your puffer fish. Thanks for watching by. 7. Let's Draw a Narwhal: made friends. How are you? We're going to be making a more wall today, so let's get started. We're going to first make some waves because this little guy's going to be popping out of the waves. So this is how you make a wave. You make a curved line like this, and then you make another curve line that comes down and then you repeat this pattern. It is kind of tricky, so you might want to practice this a little bit before you start your final drawing. It's tricky in this is the ocean, the ocean waves. So for actual normal, we're going to make a shape. It's kind of like a are you shape that's upside down. But that's also going to the side, just like that, right here. The top. We're going to put his horn so we're going to make a slanted line in his horn, is going to come out and touch those slanted lines. And then we're also going to put some lines inside of his horn just like that. All right, let's go back down and we're going to make some small eyes in a little smile and some little fans, Yes, He's so cute. All right, There you go. There's your normal. If you like to put some more detail on this, maybe some fish swimming down here. Maybe a moon or sun up in the sky or some clouds. Don't be a great idea. All right. Thanks for watching by. 8. Let's Draw a Whale: Hey, friends. How are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we're going to be making a whale. So let's get started. We're going to start out with a curved line just like that. Now, coming back up to this part of the curve line, we're going to make pretty straight maybe like a slightly curved line. This is going to be the front part of his space. Now we're going to come back a little simply to have a giant mouth, and we're going to round it off and then come back. Yeah, there's a lower part of his mouth is a lot smaller than the upper part. So we were going to go make a curved line at the back here where his tail iss You're going to make a curved line, occur line, come back in and come back in with two more curved lines. We're going to make some side Ben's. This one is a V on his body, and this little guy is just picking out from the other side of his body. So it's a very small B. Now they're eyes are very low, so we're going to make a circle with a dot in the middle and on the bottom section of his mouth. We're going to make some zigzag bees, and those are going to represent his teeth. Now let's come back up to the top about right here. We're going to make a blowhole, said he is going to be blowing some water out. So you're going to make some squiggling lines, maybe with curls at the top, just like that down below. If you'd like to make him jumping, you can create water just like this year. Hooking to 3456789 Used together. There you go. There's your whale. I hope you like him. Thank you for watching by. 9. Let's Draw a Seal: Hey, Brands, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day. Today. We will be making a seal in the water, popping up out of the water. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to Dio is make the water and this is basically just a Siris of used that her hooked together just like that all the way across your paper. The next thing we're going to do is make the seal and he's going to be an upside down. You watch what I do. I go to the side a little bit. I make him kind of sideways like this. The next thing that we're going to do is make his eyes, which are just little circles filled in. And then we're going to make his nose, which is a straight line with the U underneath, filled in and coming down from his nose. Actually, that looks like his mouth right there. But that's the snow's coming down from his nose to curve lines. And then, if you'd like to make some little cheeks, that would be cute to and then coming out from his nose area, let's make some whiskers two or three whiskers. It's up to you. If you'd like to put some eyelashes on him, that would be fine as well. There you go. There's your seal popping out of the water. I hope you like in. Thank you for watching by. 10. Let's Draw a Bear: are there. How are you today? We're going to create a bear. So let's get started. We're going to start out with his head, and this is going to be either a square or rectangle shape with soft angles. The soft corners right here. Mine is more of a rectangle shape. Then let's put some airs on him, some upside down sees. And then inside each of those ears, let's put the little inside area to the ear. And those air, also also smaller, upside down, sees now down here for his nose area. We're going to make us soft triangle just like that, and then we're going to make his actual knows, and it's going to be an oval shape with a little shine mark in it. And you can fill that in with your marker now coming down from the center of that, we're going to make a straight line, and that's going to be his mouth area. If you'd like, you can put a few little whiskers. I just like to put dots there so it's up to you. And when you do, your eyes gonna come back up some wide set eyes. He could be looking down looking up to the side. It is up to you now for his body. What we're going to do is we're going to start out by making it's almost like a J shape. But it stopped short just like that. And then we come to the other side and we make a straight line and this is going to be the first part of his arm. Then we're going to make the second part of his arm the other side. We're going to come around and we're going to connect now for this arm on this side. We're going to do something similar, come down, grew across and come back up just like that. Now we can put some little lines for his paws, and then this is going to seem kind of silly. But right underneath this arm, what we're going to do is make a foot in it. It's going to appear like it's floating at first, but we will attach it to this part of his body on top of that square for hiss foot. We're going to make three smaller squares. Those will be his toes and then right here, right at the edge of this line, you can make another soft square with three more toes. You want to put for more than three Stroh's? That would be fine, too. Just like that. Now we're going to connect these two feet and we're going to connect this hand to this foot now to finish up. We're going to make his belly. So we're going to make a circle here and in a circle here. And that will kind of connect those two areas so that could be hiss tummy area. And then we're going to give him a little tail. Alrighty. I hope you like him. Thank you for watching by. 11. Let's Draw a Beetle: I'm here. How are you today? We're going to be making a beetle. So let's get started. We're going to start out with us soft rectangle attached to the top of that rectangle. We're going to make a semi circle, and then on the lower part of the rectangle, we're going to create a shape that looks like this curved line to a point girl line to a point. You might need to practice this one. We're going to come back up to the top and give him some beady eyes. Instant pinchers sup insurers now for his feet and his legs straight lines out and, uh, out, huh? And over with a tiny little line for his foot out, down and over, down, down and over. So this side needs to match the side. So we're gonna go about the same distance, huh? And up, Up and over. Out, Down, Over, Down, down, over. Pretty cool, huh? Now, inside this part of his body, we're going to put some shapes that look like this straight lines that are closed up and then to give it a little bit more detail, let's fill in some stripes with our marker three or four stripes. However many you like to put in there, however many will fit 12. Let's Draw an Owl: great brands. How are you today? We're going to be making an owl. So let's good started. The first thing we're going to do is make a letter you and it's going to be kind of a deep You just like that. Now we're going to go back up to the top of the you and we're going to come down with some slant on ones, too. Slanted lines. Those are going to be the Owls years. You're going to make a straight line coming across to connect those two years. Now what we're going to do is go about a little more than halfway down his body. You're going to make a straight line across. We're going to go back up to this upper section in your good, make two very large circles, and these are going to be the animal's eyes inside those circles. We're going to make we're circles and her a little bit smaller than the first circles. And then we're going to make one more set of circles in this set of circles. We're going to color in with your marker or your pencil when you're curry on just like that . All right, Now we're going to put a little beak on him, which is basically a triangle. And I'm going to decorate mine with a few dots going across the upper part of that line that we put in the middle of his body. And you could decorate in him anyway, that you like, Keep that in mind for his bottom area. I am going to put a Siris of upside down use that are hooked together. Almost remind me of feathers. Now watch what I dio. I'm going to do this same set of lines again, but I'm going Teoh, attach them right in the middle of the first set. So I'm making those years again that I am attaching them to the first use right in the middle. And then I'm going to keep going down until I get to the bottom of my pals body. Nice and big. Well, I'm almost finished. Yeah, we go. I'm done with the bottom part of his body. OK, this little guy needs some wings so you could make your wings any like anyway, that you'd like. It could make him just small bumps coming out. But I think what I'm going to do is I'm going to make them bid backwards, sees like this. Maybe three would look good like that. Kind of like he's opening his wings and then on the scene. I'm doing the same on the other side for his feet. I'm going to make some slightly slanted lines and then I'm going to double them up. Don't let them touch at the bottom. And then for his feet, put some toes on him. This is some lines that I curve around and come back. Your PC. Anything else that you'd like to do on your owl anymore? Decoration. Any more detail? Feel free to do that. Oh, I hope you like him. Thanks for watching by. 13. Let's Draw a Fox: Hey there. How are you today? Today we're going to be making a fox. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to dio is we're going to make a curved line, maybe about three inches. That's going to be the top of our fox's head. Now we're going to put a dot up here maybe a couple inches away from the curve line and over, up and over, and the same on the other side. Those air going to be our guide dots for our ears. Now, from those dots to this area on his head, you're going to make a curved line in in a curved line in just like that. Now you're going to have a little bit of space here, and you're going to make a curved line again in a curve line again, just like that. Now we're going to finish the rest of his face, the rest of his head. So you're going to come out in and down, out, in and down. This convict kind of tricky, this shape right here. So you might want to practice it now at the bottom of his knows we're going to make his actual knows with the shine mark on it, just like that, Maybe a little smaller. Fill it in. Then we're going to go back up to the top and we're going to do something with his ears. You were going to make another curved line that kind of follows along with the first curve line and the same on this side, just like that, to the bottom of the ear. Now, from this side, you're going to go to his nose. But watch what I do because it needs to be curved. The line needs to be curved, curve it in and do the same thing on this side. Curve it in just like that. Now let's make some wide set eyes. It's a little shine marks and fill those eyes and it's like that. Okay, there's his head. There's a fox's head Now we're going to do go down to his body, kind of running out of paper here so you might be able to make your body a little bit longer than I'm going to. But I'll get you the basic shapes. So for the side of his body, you're going to make a curved line coming out in them back in. Same on this side. Curved, lying out and coming back in. Now we're going to go back to this side, and we're going to make us a little What? This is actually his back foot, and then we're going to come up. We're going to make a line, and we're going to make us front foot like that. We'll go over to the other side and on this side. We're going to go a little bit in from our initial line, and this one's going to be a little bit more straight. Come down and then we make hiss foot again. Just like that. Now, this is his front book foot. His other back foot is tucked behind him, saying you won't be able to see it. We make a straight line down here. Okay, Let's close this area up. And in this area, we still need another line here. More of a curved when I guess. And then we need to close this up. I think I'm gonna bring this line down a little bit further, just like that. Okay, Now we're going to make him some toes, maybe two toes, two lines for three toes Now what we're going to do is we're going to make his tail. Fox is typically have very fluffy tails. So I'm trying to think of how I'm going to fit his tail on here. I think I'm going to come behind his head and I'm going to make a curve line, and then it's going to come up into a point. And then I'm going to make it as fast as I can on this side. Although I don't have a very much room and it's it's kind of like an s almost so. We started the chip and then we come down now. Fox is at the end. They usually have a white area, so we're gonna go like that squiggly area. All right, He's done. What do you think? I hope you like him. Thank you for stopping by. Take care about 14. Let's Draw a Gnome: hi there. Today we will be creating a known a garden. No. So let's get started. We're going to create an oval shape first, just like that. Now, at the top of the oval shape above it, A little bit to the right. We're going to put a dot You're going to use that as a guide for when we make her hat. So we start around the middle of the oval, we come up and we touched the dot Do the same thing on the other side with your current line, just like that. Nice and pointy. Now what we're going to do is we're going to work on inside of her. Basically, we're going to make her a little bit of hair. So you're making kind of like little these. And then her eyes are kind of white set and low on her face. Little tiny eyebrows right above her eyes. Little tiny nose in a smile to the side. Oh, she's are looking very cute. All right, now we're going to make her body in their bodies of very simple norms. Body Very simple. So you come down soft edges when you come back up for her arms come out from the clothes in the U Close it up at the bottom. Just like this you need, but, well, semi circles for her hands. Now for her feet. You're going to make just small use like this. And then she has a little collar. So I'm gonna go like this. There's her little collar. Now, in the garden, we see mushrooms a lot. So we're going to make her a little mushroom. And I do have a video for a mushroom. You'd like to take a look at it. So there is the stem of the mushroom and then the football shape, and then the little lines under me. No, this is pretty small. I'm not sure if the camera's picking it up, but I'll make it anyways. Medicine dots and a little bit of grass sticking out from the washroom. There you go. There's your little garden gnome. Thanks for watching By 15. Let's Draw a Mushroom: your friends are you? Today we will be making a mushroom. So let's get started. We're first going to start out with a curved line like this. Now we're going to make a shape that looks like this almost looks like a fish that's heading down. Now on the bottom part of the mushroom, We're going to make curved line that goes over our stem. We're going to close it up. It almost reminds me of a football shape inside this area. We're going to make some lines. You ever look at the underside of a mushroom, you will notice these lines. All right, now we're going to put the top part on our mushroom, and it's basically Austin upside down you. And then we can decorate our mushroom withs and large circles and small circles. Whatever you think looks past, it puts a grass down here at the bottom. There's your mushroom. I hope you like him. Thanks by 16. Let's Draw a Rainbow: paper ends. How are you today? We will be making a rainbow with some clouds. So let's get started. The first thing we're going to do is make to lines for important in your paper. Now these are going to be the bottom of the clouds On the top of these lines were going to make a series of upside down use coming all the way across and touching at the bottom, just like that. Same on the other side, Nice and lucky. Now we're going to put a rainbow right here at the top. So when we make our rainbow, we want to make sure that there is enough room for each of the current lines. So we just start making curved lines and we just keep going and going and going until we represent all of our colors. So we have a red that goes inside of this one an orange Here's our yellow. Then we have green and blue and purple, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple All right underneath. I think it would be fun if we put some rain drops. It's up to you If you'd like to do this Pervert New raindrops coming down Here we go. I hope you like it. There's your rainbow. Thanks for watching By 17. Let's Draw a Bird: hi there Today. We're going to be making a bird. So let's get started. We're going to start on our paper, the right side of our paper, and we're going to just make a straight line just like that. Maybe about to or maybe almost three inches long. That's going to be the back side of the bird now. What we're going to dio is we're going to kind of come straight out, go up, come around and it's kind of around a shape, and then you close up at the line. Now, if you're shape looks a little bit different than this, it's just fine, because birds a really cool because you can make them any size, any shape. All right, let's go back to the back, and we're going to put some decorations since straight lines coming out. That could be different lengths, Um, could be short and some could be long. That adds a little bit more interest. At the end of these little lines, you can put some dots actually, their circles. Now we can go back up to the top and let's do his beak just like this to side with these and then let's put some decoration here at the top of his head as well. So I think I am going to put some upside NV's and that at the top of those upside down V's , I'm going to put some more circles just like that. Now, this bird is going to have a gigantic I area. So I'm going to make a very large circle just like that. And inside the circle, I'm going to put a smaller circle and then a dot No, I think I'd like a little bit of decoration around the eye. So I am going to make some straight lines and small straight lines coming out from that I area all the way around. Just like that. Now, the body. I think it would be interesting if we could put some designs in here. So what I'm going to Dio is I'm going to make a straight line here, and then I like you to just do whatever kinds of design that you like to dio. But this is what I'm going to do. If you want to do something similar, that's fine with me. What I am going to do is make kind of like a sideways you for hiss week And then on the inside of that I'm going to make another you. And then I'm going to make a little bit more space, and then I'm going to make a smaller you. And then inside of that, I'm going to make a line now. It would look cool. We had some swirls or lines or something inside the the rest of his body. I think what I'm going to Dio is I'm going to put some lines, so I am just going to spread them out like this. Remember, when you are making lines like this, you kind of travel along here just like that? Oh, my dog is barking at me right now. Okay? She's saying Hi. Can you hear her? She wants to come in the house. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to continue with the lines until I'm happy with the way that that looks. Hi. Now I'm going to go down to the legs and the fee, and I'm going to make some long these some long these just like that. And then I am going to create some toes just like this coming out from the bottom of his legs. And I am really happy with that bird. I'm going to go let my dog in and I will see you for the next video. Thank you for watching by. 18. Let's Draw an Umbrella: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day today. We're going to be making a cute cloud that's raining down on an umbrella. So let's get started. The first thing we're going to do is actually make our umbrella. So an umbrella is an upside down. You kind of slanted a little bit to the side. And then what we're going to do is you know, how umbrellas have those little spikes going to make a couple of those spikes inside just like that and a couple of curved lines. What you could do with this is you can actually make some decorations inside this umbrella and make it your own little tiny upside down you at the top, and then we're going to come down and make a J and then follow that J with another J. Close it up at the bottom. Maybe you don't put a little line right here. There's your umbrella. Now let's make the cute cloud up here So cute. Cloud nice and fluffy are just curve lines that are hooked together like this. If you'd like to show rain, they're just basically little drops look like this almost like teardrops. Put those towns for as you like. And sometimes I like to put a little face on my cloud. So there's a circle or an oval, another one and filling the bottom part. He's kind of looking down with the little tiny smile on his face. There you go. There's your cloud with an umbrella. I hope you like him. Thanks for watching by. 19. Let's Draw a Sun: Hi there. How are you today? We're going to be making a son, So let's get started. We're going to start out with a large circle, so let's put a large circle on your paper. Next, we are going to put triangles or V's all the way around your circle, so you get to decide how large or how small you would like your Weise to be. I'm going to have pretty much on mid size the now this right here. This area that we're working on, these are the rays of the sun. Do they really look like this reeling? A. For a cartoon drawing? It's perfect. So you go all the way around now we're going to go back into the inside of the sun and we're going to make some eyes. Could make the eyes anyway, that you'd like to. They can look, be looking straight ahead. They couldn't be looking to the side could make them small. You could make them big. It's up to you. Inlets create a little mouth, and sometimes it's cute to put some little cheeks. So when you're coloring this son in, maybe you can leave these two areas, um, clear So you compete. Maybe put some light pink inside those areas already there is your son. I hope you like him by 20. Let's Draw a Bee: already today, we're going to create a be a dancing be So let's get started. We're going to start by making a circle. And then on the top of the circle we're going to make is his antenna. And then for his face, he's going to have white set eyes set a little bit lower on your paper. Just a couple of dots and a small smile, all right for his body. They have pointed a little back areas where their stingers are, so we're going to have a curved light in going to a point and another curve line in going to the point so they touch right here at the bottom. Let's put some stripes sin curved lines, her stripes on his body go. Then we're going to make him some wings so he could fly around and those are just sees attached to his body. So there's a forward see in a backward see now for his arms and his legs because he is a dancing be. We want to make sure that he shows some movement with his arms in his hands, so his arm is just a straight line coming up and out with a circle of the tip. And then this arm is going to be roughly the same area on his body on the other side. And it's going to go down this way with his lower arm and his hand and then for his feet. We're going to make some straight lines with a little circle of the bottom coming out of the lower part of Hiss body. Ah, look at him. He's a dancing be Thank you for watching by. 21. Let's Draw a Cactus: aprons are you? Today? We're going to make a pot with some cactus in it. So let's get started. We're going to make a straight line under that. We're going to make another straight line about the same length. And we're going to connect those two lines now underneath, not quite as long as this first line. We're going to make another line, and we're going to connect the edge of this rectangle to your line, the edge of this rectangle to your line. And then you could put a little design inside the bottom part. I think I'm just going to put a curved line and maybe a circle with the DOT in it. Now let's go back up to the top part of our paper, and we're going to make a couple little cactus plants. The first thing we're going to do is we're going to make some flowers because there are some species that have flowers. So I'm going to make just some flowers that look like this. So circle circle dot in the middle, and then maybe one here, you almost look like daisies. So you're doing circle circle dot with some pedals around. Now we're going to make our cactus. So we're going to come straight up and curved down. We're going to come straight up and curved down just like that. No cactus. They can get kind of prickly, so we're going to put some spines, honor cactus, whatever you think. Looks God, I am just going to fill this cactus in just like that. I think that looks so nice. Okay, Same with this one. You're basically just making small lines going all the way down. Here you go. There's your cactus. I hope you like it. Thanks for watching by. 22. Let's Draw a Tulip: Hey there, How are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we're going to be making a tulip. It's a type of a flower, so let's get started. We're going to start by making I you. Now this flower is going to have some pedals, and basically you're going to be making these. So there's one V. There's another V and there's 1/3 B. As many visas you can fit is fine. Sometimes when I'm making my two lips, I make a lot of these like this up and down. Or sometimes I only make three. Just depends on what you like. Now we're going to go to the bottom of your you and we're going to make a straight line down and it goes off the bottom of your paper. And then we're going to make another straight line down going off the bottom of your paper . That's the stem of the tulip. Let's make some leaves. So basically leaves or curve lines just like that, it almost looks like a drop and another one on the other side. And then in the middle of those leaves, you could make a couple of lines. Let's go back up to the are tulip. I'd like to put a little face inside here, so I'm gonna have some small dots that are wide set in a little smile off to the side. Oh, he looks so cute. I'm thinking I might even put a few little dots appear at the top to finish him off. Alrighty. I hope you like him. Cute little Tulip. Thanks for watching by. 23. Let's Draw a Hamster: Hey, friends, how are you today? We will be making a hamster. So let's get started. The first thing you're going to do is make a curved line that's going to be the top of his head. Then next thing that you're going to dio is you are going to make his ears and they are going to be just to upside down. Use inside of his ears were going to make smaller, upside down use just like that. Now his chicks are going to be a little bit back. He might have some food in there, so we're going to come around and then come back up. It's kind of like an upside down see, or it could be a right side of you that has big bulges at the edge. Now we're going to come down and we're going to make his body. So his body can. It looks like this we're going to go back up to his face in his eyes, are going to be a little bit low set, going to be kind of low on his head on his face. We're going to make a little nose and a mouth that comes straight down and hamsters do have little whiskers. So we're going to be a couple of little whiskers just like that for his hands and arms. You're going to make a shape that looks like this on each side. And then you're going to put his little fingers hot in there, just like that, for his feet. His feet are gonna come out from the bottom with a couple of little toes, and then we're going to decide which side we want his tail that come out on. So I'm going to choose the site. You have tiny little tales. There you go. There's your hamster. Hope you like him. Thanks for watching by. 24. Let's Draw a Fan: great friends. How are you today? We will be making a fan. So let's get started. We're going to make a diagonal straight line and then another diagonal straight line that crosses the your first line at the bottom. Now we're going to go back and make another diagonal straight line. It parallels with the 1st 1 and another straight line that parallels with the 2nd 1 and we're going to want to close those up at each end. Now at the top, we're going to make a curve line. That attach is the first set of lines to the second set of lines just like that. And then we're going to want to do the same. Maybe about 1/4 of the way up a curved line just like that. Now here, down in the bottom section, where the curve line meets each edge, we're going to make some straight lines, and do you notice how the straight lines air coming out from the curved line? And then they're hitting here right in the center, So put as many as you'd like into that area. So there's your basic fan in. What you're going to do is you're going to decide on the decoration to put inside. I tend to like to put daisies inside of my fan. So if you're thinking about maybe making something for your mom for Mother's Day, she might like something like this. A drawing from you so you could make daisies with its center indents and pedals around it. It's up to you. Maybe your mom likes rebozo or birds Or maybe butterflies. Here we go now. Another thing that you can dio is you could create some little sore lease. Swirly lines. It's always fun. We could even put some little leaves or Berries. Let's put one more over here. It was that look, it looks very cool. So what I was thinking is I would put some little Berries and just some little dots where you can put some leaves. It's up to you. Whatever you think looks nice around the weighty make leaves or to curve little lines like this. You choose that. That's really pretty as well. So I hope you like this project. I appreciate you watching. Thank you. By 25. Let's Draw a Birthday Cake: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we're going to be making a birthday cake. So let's get started. We're going to start out with a straight line. That's maybe about three inches long, coming down from that straight line we're going to make to vertical lines and then we're going to make another straight line coming across. We're going to make two more vertical lines. I'm going to make mine a little bit longer, and then we're going to close those up. Just like that. This is the body of your birthday cake. Now we're going to decorate the birthday cake. You could decorate it anyway, that you choose. I am going to decorate it with a Siris of circles and ribbons. So let me show you what I mean. But some circles along the top of the top tier of the cake and I'm going to make some use that are connected to each other just like this. And then I'm going to go back. And I am going to connect another line curved line Siris of current curved lines. I should say to the dots, so it makes a fancy ribbon. I'm going to do the same thing on this part of the cake as well. So I'm going to attach use to these circles just like that. And then I'm going to make one more curved line attached to the other curved line just like that. OK, now I'm going to go up to the top tier of the cake, and I'm going to put some upside down, use along the bottom and do the same thing on the bottom tier. Looks to me like there's a little bit of room in the middle of the cakes where if you'd like to put a few more designs in there, that would be great. Okay, we're going to put a candle on top of our cake and let's say you're making this cake, her birthday card or something. You can think about how old the person is that you are going to be making the card for you . Put that many candles on the top. So to make the candle, you just puts two straight lines, closed them up in a teardrop shape at the very top for the flame. Now we're going to go down to the bottom because We want to put this cake on a fancy platter. So it's basically just a upside down. See, that is attached to another one just like this. We're going to put some scout, eh? Just along the bottom to make it a little bit more fancy, just like that. And then at the very bottom, we're going to make a stand. So going to make a J Fancy J and in a backwards Nancy J. And we're going to double that just like this. And then right in the middle, right here, we're going to put an oval that's doubled up as well. Makes it a little bit more fancy. Now we're going to go back up to the top and we're going to make with the Ener. It's basically just a curved line from corner to corner and then a few these that are attached because many as you like, we need to tie those V's onto the core onto the line. So I'm going to put some little circles and those could be a little bows. Then we're going to go and we're going to put designs in each one of the banner. So do different designs. It's up to you. What you'd like to dio? Let's see. How about some larger And since collapse Here. Alrighty. There you go. There's your birthday cake. Have a good day. Bye. 26. Let's Draw a Cupcake: Hey, friends, How are you today? We will be making a cupcake. So let's get started. I like to start by making my candle first. So our candles basically of rectangle shape. So two straight lines and then to smaller straight lines all closed up and at the top teardrop shape for the little flame for the fire. Now we can go and we could make our curved line. Remember to jump over that candle and then at the bottom, we're going to have a Siris of use that are hooked together just like that down below for your little cookie paper. You're going to make a slanted line, a slanted line, and then close those up with the bottom. And then you could even put some lines here on the cupcake paper. And then you could decorate this anyway, that you like, You can put a face on it. You can put some of those little legs. Yummy Sprinkles. You know, the ones I'm talking about. That always looks cute. All right. There's a cupcake by 27. Let's Draw a Teddy Bear: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day. Today. We will be creating a teddy bear. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is create a circle on your paper that is going to be our teddy bear's head. Then next thing that you want to do is create two smaller circles at the top of his head off to the side, just a bit. Now let's look at the inside ever teddy bears face. We're going to make him a large oval nose and color it in left, a little place for the light to shine on it, shine work and then coming down. We're going to make a straight line and a little smile off to the side. We're going to make some wide set eyes. Now That's his face. If you'd like to add something else to it, that would be fine. The next step is going to be to create his body, so let's create his arms first. We're just going to make some very short lines that come out from his head and then we're going to hook them and bring the line around just like that now it might seem kind of silly , but what we're going to do is we're going to skip over his body and we're going to go down to his feet, So we're going to make some circle. Smallish circles about the same size is his ears. And then inside, those circles were going to make some smaller circles for his toes. Now we can come back up to create his tummy, so we're going to have curved line, curved line, and then we're going to close up at the bottom with another curved line. Let's put a circle inside his tummy area and then creates a pause for him. Oh, he's so cute. Now, if you'd like to turn this teddy bear into a girl, I have a suggestion for you. You could maybe put a little bow at the top off her head if you like. Or if you just like to keep her like this. I think she's really cute already. Have a good day. I'll see you later. Bye 28. Let's Draw a Zebra: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a great D today. Today we are going to be creating a zebra. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is start out by making a circle shape. But we're not going to close our circle. We're going to keep it open at the top. See how I did that? I left a little area at the top open. The reason why I left it open is because I want to put a little patch of hair at the top in the way that I do. That is I make an upside down B and another upside down B and then I'm going to make another be in another V. It just creates a little bit more interest. Let's put a little ear on each side. Sleepers years They're a little bit roundish and those were just, um I guess that would be upside down. Letter sees. Now we're gonna going to go down to the bottom part of our zebra's head, and we're going to make a curve line with two more curved lines inside. These were going to be his nostrils where he breeds Let's make some eyes. I'm going to make some eyes on this guy. They're going to be kind of an oval shape and they're going to have a little bit of a shine mark on the inside. Next, What we're going to do is we're going to make some triangles and these were going to be the stripes on our zebras face. And when I go to color this in, I like to color my stripes black. I like to color my ears black in the little patch of hair. I like to color black as well. Now for the body. What we're going to dio is we're going to come down and we're going to make a soft. I guess it would be like a curved line. So straight curved, straight curve straight. That's going to be his body. His body is a little bit smaller than his head. And because this is a cartoon underneath this shape, we're going to make some kind of squarish shapes and then behind. We're going to make kind of curved lines, and those are going to be his back feet straight line across just like this for his hopes going back up to one of the sites of his body were going to make a tale. You could make your tail coming down or up anyway, that you'd like it, and then we're going to finish off or zebra with some stripes. I like to make diagonal stripes. It's up to you, though. You could make your stripes straight up and down, if you like, where you could make them more diagonal. It's totally up to you and then on hiss legs. I'm going to go the other way, just like that. Now, when I'm coloring these in, I'm going to color every other strike in Do a couple here. So you see how I did that? I colored this one black, and I left this one white. Now I'm coloring this one black, and I'm going Teoh, I'm sorry. Made a mistake. I colored this one in black, left this one white, black and then white. And then I'm coloring this one in black and I just repeat that pattern until I'm finished. Oh, I think you so cute. I hope you like him by 29. Let's Draw a Rhino: Hi there. How are you today? We're going to be making a rhinoceros, so let's get started. The first thing that you're going to do is make a soft rectangle with soft corners. The next thing we're going to do is make his ears. They're kind of smallish compared to his head, and then we're going to make his horn. So it's a point with the wide area, the bottom almost like a teardrop shape. His eyes are very white set, so make it right at the edge of your rectangle. And then if you'd like to put a small mouth, that would be cute. All right for his body were going to make you upside down. You that goes all the way over his head and comes down the other side. Then we're going to make slanted lines coming down like this, and then we're going to make slanted lines coming down to meet those first slanted lines. Those are going to be his legs. Let's close up this area with his tummy, so slanted line like that. Actually, it's a curved line, I should say now, for his feet were going to make straight lines coming down on both sides in close up at the bottom, just like that. Now what we're going to do is make some toenails and those air just upside down used can fit. Three. There you go. Whips for about his tail. Here you go. There is your rhinoceros. I hope you like him. Thank you for watching by.