Tag Archives: art lessons

How to Draw Jigglypuff from Pokémon & Pokemon-Go

Here is my new Youtube beginners art tutorial video. How to draw Jigglypuff the cute Pokémon character using cheap felt tips from Poundland. This is the second video, the first was Pikachu, using a set of cheap markers to see how well they fare. Enjoy the video and see how well the pens do.

How to Draw Kermit the Frog

Here is my full narrated video of ‘How to draw Kermit the Frog’ from the Muppets.

This is for beginners and takes you through a step by step process to draw Kermit. How to draw Denise Piggy is already online and Miss Piggy will be online next week.

At the beginning of the film I show my BSB drawing of Chris Walker along with drawings from backstage of Fusion Festival of Sigma with Ella Henderson, Clean Bandit, Labyrinth and Rudimental.

Lies, damn lies and statistics and drawing!..

Interesting little article about drawing in the Independent that states ‘Toddlers who can draw at four are more likely to grow up to be clever’…

Grand statement and based on twins too which we were blessed to have. From the article ‘The correlation is moderate, so our findings are interesting’ and ‘Drawing ability does not determine intelligence; there are countless factors, both genetic and environmental, which affect intelligence later in life.’ which means ‘Thanks for the grant this really means little at all but we had to publish something for the money we had’.

And was this pointless study funded by taxpayers? Who knows but I will say that drawing and art are very rewarding at any age and not just for toddlers – though some art art schools and in galleries never progress from toddler style art 😉

Do enjoy any creative activity you may be involved in.

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/toddlers-who-can-draw-as-are-more-likely-to-grow-up-to-be-clever-9676971.html

Drawing Rex the Dinosaur from Toy Story Time-lapse film

Here is a short Time-lapse video link of Rex the Dinosaur from Toy Story for a little more Summer Holiday drawing fun. So now there are 5 characters from Toy Story drawn with Woody, Jessie, Buzz Lightyear and Hamm the Piggy Bank along with Rex. Full narrated film will be along soon…

How to draw Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story Narrated Video

‘TO INFINITY AND BEYOND!…’ What a catchphrase from Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear. Now it is raining where I am in England today so here is something to keep the kids occupied for a little while. A full narrated video of drawing Buzz to go with my others of Woody and Jessie. Hamm and Rex to go. Enjoy and please share the video.

How to Draw Woody from Toy Story – Shading Section of my Video

Sheriff Woody has told me that I will be put in his Jail if I don’t put up the real time shading section of his ‘How to Draw Woody’ film so here it is. Enjoy a little holiday fun drawing Woody and the main video is in the previous blog post and links are in the Youtube video too.

How to Draw ANYTHING! Using a Grid to draw Olaf from Frozen for beginners

In the video below you will see a simple way to help your drawing improve and put you in the esteemed artistic company of artists including the very famous British Landscape artist John Constable RA.

To keep kids of all ages busy for a while I have chosen Olaf from the Disney film Frozen as he is made up of nice simple shapes as a follow on from the ‘How to Draw’ parts 1 and 2 using shapes and shading. There is also a link in the video on how to draw an Audi A4 racing car using a grid too. So get your pencils out and have a go at drawing Olaf using a grid and then get creative with your own art too.