Geometry lies at the root of all drawing, so it’s good to know a little about it. This is the first video in a series which will explain the basics of Euclid’s Elements of Geometry. Don’t be scared – It’s quite fun!
The drawings and script are the basis of what will be an ebook and and real world paper book. Watch the series and see how this new DrawStuffRealEasy project evolves. If you have thoughts about this video or the project please share in the comments box below.
Follow me as I make an iPad iBook over the next few weeks on my YouTube channel. I’m going to document all the various stages involved including research, reference, sketching, planning, illustrating, design on iBooks Author and integral video production.
Super Dad is one of my favourite stories. It’s a real Father’s Day/ Dad’s and Lads kind of book. Dad is just too busy getting on with things that he shuts his son out of his shallow life. When he realises what he is doing, he sees the light and has an amazing day with his son, rebuilding their relationship. It doesn’t take much, just a bit of time and effort.
Get the ipad version, learn to read and share this great story with Dad. Now available on iPad so you can follow along. It contains a quiz and video drawing lesson like this one too! What more could you want to give on Father’s Day? Another pair of comedy socks that won’t ever get worn?
So where is your scar? And how big is it? and how many stitches did you have? and how did you get it? whale you are thinking about ii, why not learn to draw a scar like one that hold’s Frankenstein’s monster’s head on? You can use it for parties air halloween, just make sure you don’t use indelible ink!
I drew this about five times – wait ’til the end and you’ll see all the different versions.
This is a very quick drawing. I’d spent all day doing retake after retake of a pencil drawing of the Queen. Once I’d finished I thought I’d try doing a very quick drawing from memory, and this is it.
How to draw a torch like in Ancient Greek Sport’s competitions but I’m not allowed to say what it’s called!
There’s a special act of Parliament that says I’m not allowed to tell you what it is I’m drawing! I’m not allowed to tell you what year I’m drawing it in and I’m not allowed to tell you the name of the capital city of the country I live in!
At the moment people are carrying one of these things around the country with a flame burning on the top and smoke pouring out behind them – Does that give you a clue?
I’m not allowed to draw the actual one they are carrying around the country at the moment because the shape and design of that is Copyright and protected by special law of Parliament too, so I’m showing you a stylised version of an old, flaming torch that they may have carried around the town of Olympia in ancient Greece two and a half thousand years ago.