I’ve known Renita for a while now. Originally from America, Renita now lives in Wigtown, which the book town in Scotland, with the most stunning views across the estuary. When I’ve performed at the festival, the children have all been whipped up to a frenzy by Renita, who welcomes them in and “settles them down” [...]
This is part of my Mother’s Day set of tutorials as on monday I’ll be showing how to draw a posy of Pansies to make a mother’s Day card or birthday card. I know we had Mother’s Day in the UK already, but it’s Mother’s Day in the USA Next week!
It’s Mother’s Day in the USA next weekend, so I’ve done some tutorials for all my viewers in the States, showing how to write MOM in different ways. four more to come tomorrow.
Here are three new videos to help you draw stuff for Easter. Eight different egg designs, a “happy Easter” lettering design and and simple easter Egg design which will be in this afternoon’s Easter Egg competition on The Shoo Rayner Drawing Show.
Easter’s nearly here and of course you want to know how to draw an Easter Egg. So here’s a lesson to show you how. I thought long and hard about the bow and tried to make it as easy as possible while making it look as realistic as possible. The knot isn’t really like that, but if you try to draw it accurately, it usually ends up a real mess. This is what we call Artistic Licence! Enjoy!
I’ve almost given up chocolate since last Christmas, but I had to have a little taste tonight. My cousin, Axel, has been over from Norway. He brought a block of Firklover, which always my favourite chocolate ( or sjokolade ) made by Freia. It’s a close run thing with Krakenrull but Firklover wins. (It means four leaf clover.) One piece, however, is enough.