Drawing for Kids and Beginners: Learn How to Draw 24 Cute Cartoons Step-by-Step | Em Winn | Skillshare

Drawing for Kids and Beginners: Learn How to Draw 24 Cute Cartoons Step-by-Step

Em Winn, Teacher, Art Instructor, Artist

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26 Lessons (1h 26m)
    • 1. Meet Your Teacher and Learn What We Will Be Learning in This Course

      0:41
    • 2. Let's Draw a Frog

      3:37
    • 3. Let's Draw an Octopus

      2:37
    • 4. Let's Draw a Fish

      2:05
    • 5. Let's Draw a Lion

      3:52
    • 6. Let's Draw a Giraffe

      2:58
    • 7. Let's Draw a Tiger

      4:44
    • 8. Let's Draw a Bunny Rabbit

      2:38
    • 9. Let's Draw a Porcupine

      2:33
    • 10. Let's Draw a Mouse

      3:13
    • 11. Let's Draw a Dragonfly

      3:00
    • 12. Let's Draw a Deer

      4:57
    • 13. Let's Draw a Peacock

      3:17
    • 14. Let's Draw an Owl

      5:20
    • 15. Let's Draw a Penguin

      2:07
    • 16. Let's Draw a Teddy Bear

      3:00
    • 17. Let's Draw a Koala Bear

      3:45
    • 18. Let's Draw a Baby Bear

      2:55
    • 19. Let's Draw a Pig

      2:33
    • 20. Let's Draw a Horse

      2:16
    • 21. Let's Draw a Skull and Crossbones

      2:57
    • 22. Let's Draw Pirate Island

      4:18
    • 23. Let's Draw a School House

      6:30
    • 24. Let's Draw an Angel

      2:10
    • 25. Let's Draw a Baby Carriage

      3:31
    • 26. Let's Draw a Stegosaurus Dinosaur

      4:00
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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 Beginning Drawing for Kids course may be just what you are looking for! Designed with beginners in mind, this drawing course is perfect for ages 5-10 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.

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 Beginning Drawing 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 Beginning Drawing for Kids Course! Yay!

Transcripts

1. Meet Your Teacher and Learn What We Will Be Learning in This Course: 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 be able to share this course with you. This is my interactive drawing course. Design gesture, kids. The lessons in this course are for beginners. What that means is that you do not have to have any drawing experience at all to be successful in this course. In this course, you will find over 20 drawing lessons. I look forward to seeing you inside this course. Take care by 2. Let's Draw a Frog: Hey, friends, Welcome back. Today we will be making a frog. So let's get started. The first thing that will want to do is make an upside down letter C. We don't want to close it at the bottom quite yet. Now this is the frog's body were going to go back up to the top, and this frog is going to have eyes that pop out of the top of his head. So we're going to have some upside down use and then we are going. Teoh, put some more upside down use coming out from the point where the first upside down you started inside these use, we're going to put some big ole eyes. Now let's move down to the lower part of his body before we put his mouth in and we're going to make some letter. Jay's coming out from a little bit lower in the mid point on those initial curved lines just like that. Now we're going to go to the middle of his body and we're going to make four lines thes air going to be his legs. We want to make some feet so we come down, up, down, up, down up. Basically, these are some V's that are hooked together. And then we will also do the same on this leg. At the end of each one of these, these were going to put some little circles for the paths on our frog's feet. Now that we've done that part, what we're going to do is close up the bottom part and just keep in mind his other feet, his back feet there, tucked underneath him. Ok, now, this is what really gives your frog a lot of character, and you can decide how you want your frog toe. Look, some people like to have a grumpy frog in his mouth will be going like this. Some like to have a smiley frog. Some like to have a frog with a tiny little mouth. But what I'm going to do is make a very toothy frog showing a lot of teeth. So I'm going to make a straight line going across and then you and then I'm going to make another straight line and I'm going to make some vertical lines. Look at those teeth. You know what I also like to do when I'm drawing frogs, which is quite Often I like to put a fly because frog's really like to eat flies. So basically a fly is an oval with two. I guess they're kind of tear shades or a circle shape. And then I like to go like this. I like to make some dots going off the page. And basically, that means that the fly is coming towards the frog and the frog might have a nice little dinner. All right. Thanks for watching by. 3. Let's Draw an Octopus: Hey, friends. How are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating an octopus. So let's get started. The first thing that we will want to do is make an upside down letter C Just like that. We want to make sure it's not closed at the bottom. Now we're going to make his tentacles, so we're going to make eight legs. One, two. And basically what I'm doing is just making some very long use, and I'm going to make eight of them walked. Means eight summer fatter and summer skinnier. And that's okay. So that's 45 six, seven, eight. Perfect. All right, now what we're going to do is we're going to create some bumps on the bottom. Said, basically, you're just going to make a syriza views that are hooked together just like this. Mm. Love this project Almost done. Okay, that part's done. How does he look so far? I really like him. The next thing that we're going to do is put a little bit of detail on his face. Remember, this is a cartoon, so he might not look 100% realistic, and that's okay. That's fun. They were going to make some very large eyes. Look at that. And I think what I'd like to do is have this Octopus looking off to the side. So I'm going to have his pupils coming out onto this side and then for his mouth. You could have a little smile. What I like to do with my Octopus is I would just like to go because I think it looks really funny. I hope you like him. Thanks for watching by. 4. Let's Draw a Fish: my friends. How are you today? We will be making a fish. So, Fisher really funder draw because they can all look different. They're different sizes and shapes and they have different designs on them. But I'm going Teoh show you how to make a basic fish. So let's get started. We're going to start with the latter, See, going to be nice and fat. All right. From this top section, we're going to make a straight line from this bottom section. We're going to make another straight line and then I think for this fish will just have some little waves on his tail. Maybe I'll decorate his Tal Gist with some straight lines. You, of course, can do anything that you want on that at the top of our fish, we're going to put a pin and at the bottom we're going to put another Finn and in the middle, one more been so he could swim around. Let's put some lips on our fish. So the way that I do that is, I put just it looks like another letter C and then another letter C for his I just a bagel circle with the dot in the middle. Now here's the fun part. You get to decorate this fish with any colors that you'd like and any designs that you like . There are so many different patterns that you can use. You can use curved lines. You can use dots. You can use triangles. You can use swirls. You can use squares. It's up to you. So make this Fisher own, have some fun with them, and I'll see in the next lesson by. 5. Let's Draw a Lion: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day today. We're going to be learning how to draw a lion. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is you will want to make a soft square. A soft square is basically a square shape, but the corners are rounded. Then next thing that we're going to do is make his ears and they're just little circles coming out of the top corners of his head. Then we're going to make his main around his head. So basically, you're just going to make a Siris of thes that are hooked together all the way around his head. The next thing that you want to do is make his eyes. His eyes are going to be wide set. That means that they'll be kind of far apart on his face. Let's move down to his nose. It's going to be a little triangle, and if you'd like you can fill it in and his mouth to kind of curved lines. You can make him smiling. If you want. You can make him grumpy. Anything that you'd like. Let's put some whiskers on our lion. We're just going to have two or three whiskers. You decide. Just some straight lines coming out from his cheek area now for his body were going to make some curved lines coming out from the bottom of his main, just like that. Now we're going to go. I would say about halfway down and we're going to make. I guess it would be like a letter J upside down like this. Those air his back legs. Now we're going to go to the front and make his front legs, and that's just for straight lines coming straight down and let's make some toes. So just some curved lines that are attached to those two initial lines, and I think we should put some nails on him. Some claws. I guess I should call them. Now. Let's go back to his back beat and makes and curved lines. They almost look like sees and then close them up right at the front paws. Let's put some toes on those feet just like that. The last thing that we're going to do is make a tale for our lion, so you get to decide how you want the tail to go where you want it to go. But I think I see a really good spot right here. So I'm going to make a curved line and I'm going to follow that curve line up with another curb line just like this. And at the very end of those curve lions I'm going to make. It's almost like a star shape. But it only has three Weise they're recovers are lying. I hope you like. And thanks for watching. Why? 6. Let's Draw a Giraffe: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating ah, giraffes. So let's get started. This is actually one of my favorite things to draw its They're really fun. And actually, the draft is my favorite animal and I'm wondering right now what your favorite animal is. So if you like to tell me about that, you can let me know in the discussion section. Okay? The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to create a soft square and this is going to be the head of our giraffe at the corners. We're going to put some rounded ears and then at the top, we're going to make two straight lines in two straight lines. There is little horn. I think you made Bob's high at the top of those two sets of lines. We're going to put some circles inside Are giraffes face? We're going to make a curve line towards the bottom and in some curve lines, tiny curve lines for his nostrils so he could breathe. Let's make some wide set eyes. And what does he need down here? He needs a neck a really long, necks long. And then now we're going to make his body and keep in mind this is a cartoon giraffe, so it's, um, not going to look very realistic, but still funded draw anyways. Now let's make his legs. His legs are pretty long, so I'm just going to make lines that are very close to each other. They're almost, like, really, really long. These at the bottom of each one of thes legs were just going to put a roof, and that's just around it square. Now I'm going to go back up and on his neck. He has some lines coming out. And then he also has very cool pattern. Some squarish type dots on him. Put as many as you like, and then his tail curved line curve line in curved line. Oh, I really like how he turned out. He's really cool. All right. I hope you had fun with this one. See you next time. Bye. 7. Let's Draw a Tiger: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a great day today. We will be creating a tiger some. Let's get started. The first thing that we're going to want to do is create a soft square, and what I mean by a soft square is that it's basically a square shape. But the corners are very soft. They don't they're not very sharp. So if I have a sharp square, would be with angles like this. But I want to soft square. Then we're going to make some ears and those are just some little sees. When forwards see in one backward, see, then we're going to create our tiger's body so his body is going to come down like this. But we're not going to connect it yet. All right, so it's a straight line turning into a curve, and then we're going to do the same thing on the other side, a straight line turning into a curve. This is going to be his body. Now we're going to make his front legs and to make his front legs. All we dio is we make four lines. So this is one leg right care and this is the other. Let's put some toes on him. So we have Fritos here and three toes here, and I also like to make some nails on my tigers. Now, if this area is not quite connected right here, go ahead and connect that. And if you have a little space here between his feet, you can connect that area as well for his back legs and feet were just going to come out with curved lines and then just small feet coming out. This way, it's almost like he's sitting on his back back feet. We can even put some little nails that go this way. All right, Tigers have tails. So figure out where you like to put your tail on your tiger. You can put it on this side. You can put it on this side. I've even had them coming out the top if I have enough room. But I think for today I'm going to make my tail right here. So I'm going to come out just like this, and then I'm going to come out again, and I'm going to follow up with another line and then at the very top, going to close it up with a curved line. Now let's go to our tigers face. So let's make some wide set eyes. And if you could think of a different way that you like to make guys go ahead and do that and that lets make a triangle for his nose and fill it in and then a little mouth. This is how I like to make my tiger's mouth. Let's put a couple whiskers on him. I usually like to put two or three whiskers. Now let's look at our tiger. Is there anything that he's busy? Yes, he's missing some tiger stripes, so let's put some stripes on him. So the way that I put stripes is I just put the letter b appear, and when I'm coloring my tiger, I keep his whole body orange or yellow. And then I color thes triangles black. Okay, you can find some really great areas to put your triangles. So when I'm making a tiger, I like to put three year four triangles on his face, and then I'd like to move down to his body and put some triangles on his body and you could mix it up. You can put your triangles, your stripes anywhere that you'd like sometimes I like to put two on this side and only one on this site. Then on his tail, he made some stripes too. So I'm going to make some stripes on his tail. I think you so cute. I hope you like this, tiger. And I hope you have a good day by 8. Let's Draw a Bunny Rabbit: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day. Let's create a bunny rabbit today shall way. The first thing that we will want to do is create a circle. This is going to be the bunny's head. Now let's put some ears on top of the bunny's head. So what we're going to do is we're going to make some long upside down use. Here we go now, Inside those use, we're going to make some smaller skinnier. Yes. Now let's go to the bunny's face and world. Let's create some idols, so we're going to make some pretty, fairly large circles for the eyes and inside were going to put smaller circles for the shine marks. And then we're going to fill in the eye with some black marker. Now let's move down to the bunnies nose and make a triangle for his nose and his mouth just to J's at Backwards J. In a forward J. Let's put a couple of whiskers on our bunny. You can have short whiskers. Are long whiskers there? Just two lines. Now let's move down to our bunnies body. It's going to be right under his head and I'm going to show you this shape. It's almost like a soft triangle shape. Come down in a slanted line, come over and come back up to see how these angles air pretty soft. Now let's make some big bunny feet coming out of the Cy with some toes. Let's make some little arms or hands coming out of the side and let's make a fluffy little tail. Now inside our bunny right here, we're going to put an oval shape or his tummy. Oh, I think he's so cute. I hope you like him. All right. See you in the next lesson by 9. Let's Draw a Porcupine: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we're going to be creating a porky pine. So let's get started. The first thing that you want todo is you will want to create a very curved line. Now look at this. This part of the line does not go down as far as this part of the line said. This curved part needs to be shorter. And this one longer, this is going to be the head ever porky pine. And this is going to be the back above an area. So what we're going to do here is we're going to make his little nose comes out like this, and then we're going to close that at it's kind of tricky, So if you need to practice that, that's OK. All right, now what we're going to do is we're going to make his nose, and that's just a curved line. And let's fill it in with some black. We're going to have a low I in a little tiny ear. Your ears are hard to see, but I looked it up online and they do have years now. Let's go down to his feet and let's make some little feet down here underneath his body, he has for feet and four legs. And then what is he missing? He's missing his little quills, right? So we want to do is we want to start making straight lines coming out of the top. And what I do is I just start right inside the line, and then I go all the way down, and then what I do is I start at the front of his body and I just start making lines. They don't have to be perfectly lined up because this is an animal in his quills. They're not going to be perfectly lined up. So wherever you feel like you want to put a line, put a line there. Long, short lines, whatever you think looks good. I think he's really cool. I hope you like this lesson. Thanks for watching By 10. Let's Draw a Mouse: Hey, friends, how are you today? We're going to be making a mouse a little mouse. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is we are going to make some seas and these air sees that are kind of tilted downwards inside of those seas. We're going to make some smaller sees just like that for the inside of the mouse's ear. Now we're going to make the front part of them mouses base. So he has kind of a pointy little nose area. So we're going to come down from our ear, come down in a little point, and then come back up, Watch what I dio. So I come down, make a little point, and then I come back up. Now at the tip of this kind of pointing area, we're going to make a little nose that we fill in with our marker, if you'd like to, and some long whiskers and my seventh beady eyes. So we'll put some eyes on him Now What we're going to do is we're going to go back up to the top of our paper and we're going to make his body. So let me show you how we're going to do that. We're going to come out from his ears and we're going Teoh, make an upside down U Now see what I did here? I started at the middle of his ear. I came up, created my you and then I came down and I met at this air down here, right in the middle. No, I need to find a really good spot for his tail. So I think I'm going to make it come this way. So basically, I'm going to come out from his bun bun area. Pearle around Just like that. I think what I'm going to do to give it a little bit more dimension, I'm going to come over it again. I'm not going to make sure that it it's perfectly lined up because I kind of like the way that it looks when it when I draw a tail like that. Now, the last thing that we're going to dio is we're going to give him since feet now his back little feet are tucked under his body right here, but his front feet are going to be poking out from this side. So I'm just going to make some little tiny feet just like that. What do you think? I hope you like him. You know what you could do with this mouse? Now that you've drawn him with a marker or crayon or even a pencil, you can go in and you compete him. Or you can color And with your crayons or your markers. Or just keep him as a black and white drawing. It's totally up to you. All right, I'll see you later. Bye. 11. Let's Draw a Dragonfly: Hey, friends, how are you today? We will be creating a dragon fly. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is make to circles close to each other, but not touching those air going to be our dragon fly eyes. Now we're going to connect these two circles with a curved line That's the top of our drug implies head. Now underneath. We're going to connect those two circles like that going back up to the top. We're gonna make some antenna like this with the curve lines and then in the middle of our initial circles, we are going to make some smaller circles with an even smaller circle inside for the shine . Mark Looks like he's coming together, huh? Now we're going to make a big smile on him. The next thing that we're going to do is create the midsection of his body. So we're going to connect. It's like the letter C or maybe even a letter you and then underneath that we're going to make a long letter. You Oh, my gosh, I use so cute right now. Let's put a little bit of detail in this lower section of Hiss body. What is he missing? He's missing some wings. So let's make some wings. The wings. Let me show you the shape of the wings. We start, we come up, we curve around and we come back down and we meet in the same spot. You know, it reminds me up l very long, teardrop. Or a water drop. Let's do another wing. And look what I did. I started at this same spot that I started the first wing. Let's make another wing over on this side on one more wing. Okay, Inside the wings were going to put some lines. Oh, my goodness. He's so cute. Now, you know what would be really neat for this guy is, if you may be created a scene around him with simple hours, maybe some clouds, sunshine, that kind of thing. Put him in a little garden because you see Dragonflies a lot in gardens. So have fun with this. Thanks for watching by 12. Let's Draw a Deer: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a great day today. We're going to be creating a deer. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to want to Dio is make a curved line just like that. That's going to be the top of the deer's head. Now we're going to make his head his face coming down this way. So another curved line and another curve line. Now we're going to go back up to the top corner of his hat on each side, and we're going to make some ears and those ears, they kind of remind me of balloons, the balloon shape and then inside those ears were going to make some smaller balloon shapes just like that. Now we're going to create some little antlers and the way that I make antlers, as I just make long upside down use. And then I put some little mm more upside down use maybe not quite as long. And then you could even create some down here if you'd like. Like that. All right, Now we're going to go talk to the face and we're going to make a curved line coming down from the left side of the antler and then a curved line coming from the right side of the antler. That'll just give his face a little bit more detail. Let's make his nose. So basically, what I do is I make a straight line across, and then I like to color that in with my black marker. You can do that if you'd like to. You can choose a different color. Now let's make some eyes. You could make his eyes a couple of different ways. You can just make dots or circles, but I like to make this kind of an eye. It goes like this and like this, so these air just basically curved lines, and then we're going to close them up with more curved lines. It's almost like an almond shape. And then on the inside of those curve lines, I'm going to put some more curved lines going the other way more vertically. And then in the very middle, I'm going to make some people's and fill them in with black. And like I said, you could make your eyes any anyway that you'd like. I think I'm going to add a few little eyelashes to my dears eyes, that's optional. That's up to you. Maybe one were right there. Now let's create our gears body. So what we're going to do is we're just going to come out with a straight line directly from his head because his his neck is kind of hiding behind his head. And then we're going to make a little slight curve and then comes straight down and then here on this side of his face, going to come straight down. Remember, this is a cartoon, dear, so it's not very realistic. And then what we're going to do is we're going to close it that up at the bottom with a straight line. Let's come back up to this area right here, and we're going to make a little tail. And then, for Hiss likes in his feet. I'm just going to make some letter bees, so this year is going to have four letter bees coming out from the bottom of his body, and these were going to be his legs and his feet. I'm going to make some little hopes here, so I just close off with a straight line and then I color in the very tip of those thes just like that. Now, what you could do with the inside of the body of your dear is you can decorate it. Sometimes I like to put some triangles or circles, different patterns. But if you'd like to have your dear just ah, just plain like that, then just leave him plain. It's up to you, you concolor some neat designs in here as well, when you decide to paint him or to color him. So I will. I hope you like this, dear. I think he's really cute and I'll see in the next lesson by 13. Let's Draw a Peacock: Hey, friends. How are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating a peacock. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is making upside down letter C. We don't want to close up the bottom. Now we're going to make his body. This is his head. This is his body area down here. So we're going to make I guess it would be a you with some very curvy lines. Now let's go back up to his head and we're going to make some curved lines just like this at the sight of his head. And inside those curved lines were going to put some eyes at the top of his head. We're going to put some lines. You get to choose the number of lines you'd like to put, and then some circles at that top. You know what I've seen kids do in my class? They like to put little hearts instead of circles. Sometimes they like to put little hearts. It's actually pretty cute. Okay, for hiss beak. We're going to put a triangle and then for his feathers all the way down his body. What we're going to do is just make some quick B's letter bees. He's will represent feathers. All right, let's give him some wings coming out the side of his body. Now, the things that the peacocks are famous for are those beautiful, beautiful feathers that come out. So the way that we're going to do that is right underneath the wing. We're going to come out, and we're going to make some use that are hooked together. You know what it kind of reminds me of? Almost reminds me of clouds. Now, did you see what happened up here? Up here? I went off the paper and that's a OK for you to dio if you have to go off the paper, that's okay. Now, in each one of these use, I'm going to put an oval shape. And inside each oval I am going to put a curved line just like this. And when you're coloring these, this is going to look a really cool. If you get this color different from this color in this color, and then let's not forget his legs and feet, you could make him a dancing peacock, or he could just be standing straight feet are fun because you couldn't have a be spread out this way like this. And it gives a whole new look to your peacock. We make that a little bit darker. There you go. I hope you like him. Thanks for watching by. 14. Let's Draw an Owl: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be making an owl, so let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to make a design that has to curly cues for the top of our owls head and watch what I do. It's like a swirl. Come down and swirl again. This is a little bit tricky. It took me a while to learn how to do this so you might want to practice this before you start your actual al drawing. It's up to you now. The next thing that will want to Dio is make you on one side of that curve line and connected to the other side. Inside our owls face. We're going to make two curved lines inside. There were going to put some eyes and we're going to put a beak now Let's create the owl's body. So what we're going to want to do with that is we are going to want to come out and come down with curved lines. Let's put some wings, which are just curve lines, and then we're going to keep his the lower part of his body open for right now. And the reason why is because we are going to create a branch that this owl sitting on and let me show you how to do that. So you started the edge of your paper and branches air. Not perfectly straight. You kind of have a little bit of shape to them. So do you see what I just did? I just came along. I touched that first line, and then I touched the second line because I knew that I wanted my owl to be touching the branch. Okay, Now I'm going to come out with another line like this to give my branch a little bit more interest. Now I'm gonna show you a trick. A neat trick. When you're making a branch, you can kind of follow along. The first branch doesn't have to be perfect, but it just gives it a little bit more dimension. I'd like to add a couple leaves, so wherever you see that, you can add a couple leaves. I think that might be a good idea. Then you can really tell that it's a branch. Let's put some fee on our owl. Just three curved lines on each side. Now for the apples body, you can actually decorate this owl anyway that you'd like. Some people like to put bath patterns like hearts and circles and lines and squares and dots and swirls. But what I'm going to show you right now is a pattern just like this. I'm connecting used together, and they're going to represent feathers. So I'm going to connect. He's used together and look what I just did. I connected this line to the bottom of this one. So I'm going to keep doing all the way down, going to go all the way down to the bottom of his body and look at that really cool effect that that house. So again I take my Siris of use and then I connect my next Siris of use to the very bottom in the middle of the first set, and I just keep doing that all the way down. I wanted to show you one more thing that I like to do with owls, but with owl drawings, because I was like to come out a lot at night. I like to put a moon up in this in this sky. So the way that you make a moon is like us, Um, letter C and then you connect it just like that. You can also create some stars. Different people have different ways that they like to make stars. You can make stars like this. Maybe around the moon. That would look really cool. Or you can put them all around your paper if you'd like. A lot of people make stars like this is Well, that's a cool way to make stars as well. So it's up to you. I hope you had fun with this project. Thanks for watching by. 15. Let's Draw a Penguin: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating a penguin. So let's get started. The first thing that won't want to do is make his head. So his head is. This is an upside down. See, You don't want to close it down at the bottom now attached to his head. We're going to make his body. It's going to be bigger than his head of wider just like that. Now we're going to go back up to his head and we're going to make a couple of shapes that come out there just basically some curved lines just like this. See there at the site of his head. Now let's make some eyes, and I like to put a little shine mark on the inside. Just like that. If you'd like to turn this into a girl penguin, you might want to think about putting some eyelashes on your penguin. All right, let's make a little beak. That's basically just a little triangle. And let's put a little bit of decoration up here at the top. Three year 45 lines, with circles at the top, now the next thing that will want to do is come down to the body and let's put some little wings on him. And let's make a circle for his tummy. And for his feet, they'll be coming out from the bottom of his body. Put a couple toes on their How about that? There you go. What do you think? I hope you like him. Thanks for watching by. 16. 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 17. Let's Draw a Koala Bear: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. I'm excited about this next lesson. It's one of those cute and cuddly animals call a koala bear. So let's get started. We're going to make to seize. We're going to make a see that goes the right way and a C that is backwards. Those are going to be the qualifiers. Ears. We're going to attach those seas to each other, and that's going to be the top of the koala bears head. Now, coming out from the bottom, we're going to have the bottom port, part of his head or his face, and then we're going to go down to his body. Can be a little bit tricky to get this right. So just watch what I do before you begin. So we're going to make the his back his bun bun area, and then we're gonna come around to his feet. Okay, so we're gonna come down, rounded up and hook it just like that. It's kind of a tricky shape. It's almost like a J a squared J. And then you keep running around just like this, and this might take a little bit of practice. It took me a little bit of practice, actually. Now what we're going to do is at this point right here of Hiss Foot. We're going to make his knee says a curve line just like that. Now let's go back up to this area and we're going to make his hand. His hand is going to be holding onto a branch, so let's make that inland. Let's make his tummy. It's kind of a big tummy. Oh, he's turning out really cute. Okay, Before we make his branch, let's put some toes on his foot and let's make some eyes and nose in the mouth for him. So we're going to make some eyes, some mobile shapes for his eyes. Don't forget the little shine work that shy marks pretty small and then koala bears and noses. They're pretty. They're pretty long. They're pretty elongated. They're kind of like a oval shape as well. And then let's put a little smile on him, so straight line down in a little smile. Now let's make a branch for him to hold on to, so what you want to do is start at the bottom of your paper and you'll want to come up and remember branches aren't perfectly straight. So just do the best you can with your branch. Like to kind of make him kind of Kirby. All right, that's one part of the branch. Now we're going to come up and we're going to make the other part. It's going to follow the first branch and then we're going to come up now. I like to come up a little ways, and then I like to branch off and make another branch. Now, I just made one branch, but what you could dio is you could make several branches coming out. You could make some leaves. You could pretty much make whatever you want. Now that you have the basic shape of your koala bear. That's the neat thing about art and these lessons you can take these less is and then you can create masterpieces of your own. So I hope you like this lesson. I'll see you next time by 18. Let's Draw a Baby Bear: Hi there. How are you doing? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be making a bear, A baby bear standing up. So let's get started. The first thing that you're going to dio is make an upside down. See? Just like that, make sure it's not closed at the bottom. Now we're going to go back up on the side, the top side of the sea, and we're going to make some Morsi's thes air his ears. And remember this Caesar kind of like upside down inside those seas. We're going to make Morsi's and they're going to be small. Now. We're going to close up the bottom of your C and we're going to work on the face here. So for your bear towards the lower part of your bears face, you're going to make an oval. This is going to be his nose in his mouth area inside this area. We're going to make an oval for his nose, kind of at the top off this larger oval, and you'll want to color it in and make sure that you leave a little shine market the top. That's where the light is hitting his nose, and then you could make a little smile for a happy bear. Let's make some white set eyes, um, so little dots for his cheek area. Now we're going to go down to his body. So for this bear, he is a cartoon bear. So you're going to come down a soft corner, soft edges and come back up on the inside of thes starting right here at the corner. You're going to make us little hands and paws like this down here. A the bottom. You can make his legs so straight, lines down, curved over and come up straight line and come out. Then we're going to make a little tail coming out from either the right hand side or the left hand side. It's up to you and there's your bear. You know what? It would be nice if you want this to be a little outfit on your bare. You conduct a rate it it's a girl bear. Maybe you could put a bow up in her in her hair on the top of her head and refer, and you could maybe put some little hearts here, or if it's a boy bear, you can put some stripes or checks or whatever you like. That would be a great idea to All right. Thanks for watching by. 19. Let's Draw a Pig: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be drawing a pig. So let's get started. So the first thing that we're going to do is make a circle notice. I'm not putting the circle in the middle of my paper. I want it off to one side or another because his body is going to go over here and this is his head. So make your circle and then we're going to make some ears in pig's ears or a little bit triangular shaped just like that. Now, coming out the top of his head, we're going to make the pit pig's body. Now watch what I dio. I come up like, come over and they close on that. It's almost like the letter C only backwards. Now let's go take a look at his face. Picks have snouts, so that's basically an oval shape with two dots and then they have small eyes. So we're going to do to small, wide set eyes. Let me make this one a little bit more around. Now you can have an expression on the face of your pick. Sometimes I like to just make a little dot I think that looks cute on a pick. Let's go back up to his bun bun area and let's put a little tail curly Q tail. Now he's missing something down here. He's missing some feet. So what we're going to do is we're going to make the letter. W We're going to make the letter w on the front, in the back. But they do have four feet, so we're going to behind the first of you were going to make a line that follows and come back up straight, line down and come back up. There you go. Quick and simple little piggy. You know, it would look cute with this little pick if you put him on a farm so you can create maybe a barn in the back yard. You could put some fencing around him. You could make some little piglets all around. This could be the mama pig. Papa pick. So there's a lot of things that you could do with a pick. So have fun with this. See you later. Bye. 20. Let's Draw a Horse: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating a horse of Let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is make an upside and letter C. We want to make sure that we haven't opening right here, attached to the topside parts of the sea. We're going to make some upside down bees and let's close up this top part with some hair for a horse. Now we're going to come down inside the face and we're going to make a curved line with smaller curved lines. Inside that initial curved line area. We're going to make some wide set eyes. Where are horse? Make him a little bit bigger and then for his body. What we're going to do is make a soft square. What I mean by that is that the angles, the corners are not very sharp in the attached to the head for his legs. We're going to have some. I guess they're called rectangles and then on the inside of the rectangle, close to the bottom, going to write, make a straight line that those are going to be his hosts now where we want. He has four legs, as you know. So we want to make some legs behind the initial legs. So you just make some lines back behind with some pups on those as well. Now for his tail, we can't see a lot of his tail because he's facing us. But we want to show a little bit of his tail so you could just have it come out the side just like that. What do you think? I hope you like him. Thank you for watching by. 21. Let's Draw a Skull and Crossbones: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day. Today. We will be making a skull and crossbones. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to dio is we're going to make an upside down letter C. We're not going to close it up at the bottom coming down for from our see. We're going to make two straight lines and then we're going to close those lines up. That's going to be the bottom part of the school. Then we're going to make some straight lines coming down. Those are going to be the teat. Now we're going to go back up to the inside ever school and we're going to make some very large circles there, almost like a normal shape and a triangle nose. You see how he's coming together Now? What you'll want to dio is you want a color these in with black, and you could do this after the fact or you could do it right now it's up to you, so I'm going very, very quickly. I'm going very quickly, so if I don't get every single bit colored in, that's OK. I think it has a really neat effect if you concolor it all the way. Okay, So next What we're going to dio is we're going to make the bones that the crossbones. So we're going to come out from the side top of his head with two straight lines and connected to those two lines were going to have the number three look at how cool that Isett created a bone. Now, coming straight down, going to make two more straight lines and a backwards letter. Excuse me of backwards number three, We're going to do the same thing on the other side, just like this. Okay, so we have backwards number three and then coming out on this side number three who? He looks kind of spooky. I really like him. I think he's pretty cool, right? I hope you had fun. Thanks for watching By 22. Let's Draw Pirate Island: Hey, friends. How are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating a palm tree on an island in the middle of the ocean. So we're going to start out with our water. And I have to tell you it's pretty tricky to make water waves. I should say little waves in the ocean. But I'm gonna try to tell you how to do this. I'm going to try to explain it to you. So what you'll do first is you will create a curved line like this. Then you're going to follow the line and come down and come back up and make the same shape as this again another see, and then come down and repeat until you get all the way across your paper. Is this the easiest thing in the world to Dio? Well, it wasn't for me. It took me a lot of practice, so it might take you some practices. Well, just keep at it and you will do fine. All right, so there's our waves. Now, what we're going to do is find a really good spot for island. So I'm going to put my island right here, my islands just going to be big enough for one palm tree. That's it. Cry. So there's my island, just a bump coming out of the waves. And on that island I am going to put one palm tree. So I have to curved lines and then for the palm fronds. I make a curve lying down her line. Doctor Herve, line out curved line back. So I keep doing that until I'm happy with the number of palm fronds that I have. I think I need one more. Here we go. Now, the next thing that I'm going to do is fill in these palm fronds with a little bit of detail. So I make a line down the center of each homefront, and then I put some small lines coming out from that midline. So I want to take my time on this because I want to do a really good job all the way down that line. And I'm going to just do this on all of my palm fronds. I am going a little bit fast, so if you need to pause the video, that's fine. Okay, Almost done. All right, now, I feel like It would be nice if we had a couple of coconuts on this palm tree. So I'm going to put them right there and then I'm going to put some exes all the way down my trunk on my palm tree. If you'd like to put maybe a son or a moon up in the sky or a couple of clouds, that's always a good idea as well to represent sand. I'm just going to put a few dogs on my island, and then I'm going to also put some fish. There are many, many ways to make a fish. I kind of like this way. So basically, it's just a straight line curve lying come around and curved back up. There are different ways to make fish. You could make a fish that looks like this straight line, curve down and curve out. That's a cute fishes. Well, you could even make some bubbles coming up from the fish if you like to put something on the sand here. Maybe like some sea shells or hermit crab, that would be really cool. A swell alrighty. I hope you like this lesson. Thank you for watching By 23. Let's Draw a School House: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day. We're going to be creating a schoolhouse during this drawing lessons. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is you'll want to find about maybe about 2/3 of the way up your paper, so not quite in the metal, but a little bit above that and you're going to make a slanted line. Now you're going to go back up to the first initial point and you're going to make another slanted line going the other way. Now you're going to make a little dot coming down just about maybe 1/4 of an inch, and then from that dot you are going to make a straight line in a straight line, straight line, slanted. Now we're going to close up those lines because that is going to be our roof for our schoolhouse. The next thing that we're going to do is we are going to create a little bell tower at the top of our school house, so we're going to make two straight lines coming out of the top, and then we're going to kind of make this shape again work only smaller. So we put a dot here in the middle. We go from the dog to the line from the dot to the line. We go a little tiny bit over. Then we go a little bit above that, and then we bring it on down, bring it on down and close it up just like that. Now, the next thing that we're going to do is we're going to put a little bit of a detail at the top inside this bell tower. We're going to put a bell because in the olden days, that's how kids got called to go to school. So we're going to make an upside down u. We're going to close it up at the bottom, and then let's make another little line at the bottom, closing that up for a little bit more interest Inside this shape, we're going to make a straight line, and we're going to make a small bell just like that. So curved lines a straight line in a little circle at the bottom. That's a bill. Now let's go down into this area of our school house. We're going Teoh, create the walls of our school house, so we're not going to go all the way to the bottom of our paper. We're going to stop a little bit short. So straight line, straight line, and we're going to connect those two lines at the bottom. Now we're going to create some doors. So the way that you do that as you decide how tall you like your your doors and make a straight line and then bring two straight lines down to vertical lines. If you'd like to make this into two doors like a double door, do something like that. Don't forget your door knobs. Let's go back up here to creates an interest. Will put a window so it's basically a circle with a cross. In the middle of those will be the pains for the window. And then, if you'd like to create a couple more windows here on the side so that the schoolhouse can get some sunshine coming in, and then let's create two lives in sight so we can have some window panes. Now, how do we get up into the door? We need some steps, so basically what you're going to do is you're going to make a straight line and then another straight line that's a little bit longer. And then another straight line that's a little bit longer. And then one more straight line. That's the same length as the last one that you did. Now we're going to connect those steps together. So we have little line, little line, little lines, little lines, little lines, little lines. And then we're going to connect the bottoms just like that. If you want to put some maybe like a background here, that would be nice. Put some flowers and bushes, maybe even a tree. Maybe a sense a sunshine or a moon. It's up to you. All right, I'm going to I noticed that my schoolhouse needs a little bit more detail, and I'd like to maybe put some wood citing on it. So I'm going to make some straight lines coming across like this. This is up to you. This is optional conduct, aerated anyway, that you'd like get a few more lines on here, going all the way down. Do you see how I pick up my marker when I come to something going along due to do and then I pick it up and then I come out the other side. So that way it kind of looks like there's something in front of my lines. Pick it up, get up. Almost done. Yeah. There we go. There's your schoolhouse. I hope you like it. Have a good day. Bye. 24. Let's Draw an Angel: Hey, friends, how are you? I hope you're having a good day today. Today we will be creating an angel. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is make us circle, and this is going to be for her head going to make a girl angel. Today we're going to make her halo coming out of the top of her head in. It's basically double lines and an oval. And then what I like to do is actually kind of double the oval for her hair. I just like very simple hair. Couple of strands. You could make your hair, however you'd like, though. So just some curlicues drams like this, and she is going to be having her eyes closed. So we're going to just basically make use. But you're very wide. And then underneath those use some little tiny lines that come out of the bottom for her eyelashes, a little tiny smile. Now let's move down to her body so she's going to have kind of like a long robe on, so we have a slanted line and then we have rounded corners and then we come back up. Let's put some little wings on her. It's okay if you go right through the hair and then we're going to have her arms come out from the front of her body in clasp right in the front. You could even go like that for her hands. For her feet. Just some wide use. Just like that. Oh, she looks so sweet, doesn't she? Right. I hope you had fun with this one. See you next time. Bye. 25. Let's Draw a Baby Carriage: Hey, Brands, how are you today? I hope you're having a good day today. We're going to be creating a baby carriage. So let's get started. The first thing that you want to do is make a straight line in the middle of your paper. The next thing that you're going to want to do is you're going to make a straight line coming up from your initial line. Just like that almost looks like an upside down T. Now you're going to connect this line in this line within with you, and that's going to be the bottom part of the baby carriage. Now what we're going to do next is we're going Teoh, connect this line to this line with a curved line that's going to be that the top of the baby carriage and the bottom. Let's put some wheels on her baby carriage so those air just too slanted lines coming out from the bottom, and we're going to connect those with some circles more circles inside and then some straight lines for this spokes. Now we're going to come back up and do some decoration, so I like to put some scalloped edges on my baby carriage. And you know what? This is a really cute and easy drawing to create for somebody who's about to have a baby. So if there's somebody in your life that you know that's going to have a baby, maybe that you could make this for her. She would really like that. Okay, now you can decorate this anyway, that you'd like. I think what I'm going to dio is I'm going to put some little daisies all over the baby carriage. But of course, you can do whatever you like. You could put hearts put, swirls, dots, little circles. It is up to you. So I'm gonna work on that. And then we need to have a way to push our baby in our baby carriage. So we need to have something coming out from the front. A handle. So the way that you make a handle is you just make it. It's actually kind of like a swirl like this. And then what I like to do, you can either keep it like that. I like to go over it again. Just like that. I feel like my carriage needs a little bit more detail, so I'm gonna put some dots between the daisies. Quick, little dots. There you go. There's your baby carriage. I hope you like it. Have a good day. Bye. 26. Let's Draw a Stegosaurus Dinosaur: Hey, friends, how are you today? I hope you're having a great day today. We're going to be making a dinosaur stegosaurus. So let's get started. The first thing that we're going to do is make an upside down U all right, so then after you make that upside down, you decide where you'd like the head and where you'd like the tail of your stake A source. So I think I am going to choose this side to have my head. So I will come down and I will make another you. It's a sideways you. So I make this curved line right here, and then I make us sideways. You. Now I'm going to go to the back of my dinosaur, and I'm going to make a curved line and then appoint, and this is going to be his tail. Okay, so this is his head, and this is his tail. Now I'm going to continue on with the tail. I'm going to come down around and I'm just going to make a straight line in tell the tale connects with head with this line. Can you see that the dinosaur is starting to come together? All right, The next thing that I'm going to dio is I'm going to create some legs and the stake. A source has short legs. Uh, I'm going to make a rectangle here and then behind it a little square. So it kind of looks like this leg is in front of this leg, and then I'm going to do the same with the back. Just like that. I'm going to put some toenails three or four toenails, and those are just a syriza views. Then I'm going to go back to his tail and I'm going to make some spikes on his tail. And the spikes are basically just lines that come out, then come back in. Now I'm going to have this be my happy dinosaur. So I'm going to make his I with a little smile. Now I'm going to go back up to the back of his body and I'm going to start making some upside down bees, and they're going to connect to each other, see how they connect right here. And then I'm going to go all the way from this side of my stegosaurus to about right here. How does that look? Oh, he looks cute. Now you get to decide if you'd like to decorate the inside of your stegosaurus. I think I'm just going to put some large ovals, maybe three of them, and that will give him a little bit of detail. You could put squares, airlines or different patterns. It's totally up to you. Okay, if you'd like to make something for him to eat, maybe you can make some little plants. I just put some little lines, curved them around and bring them back to the middle. Just like that. You want to make him on the ground? Just make a line. It doesn't have to be perfectly straight, because when you think about the ground, usually the ground is not perfectly straight. All right. What do you think? I hope you like him. See it in the next lesson. By