Oh No! It’s full moon and the werewolves come out tonight! Learn to draw a werewolf – it won’t protect you but you might have a bit of fun. If you are doing the Summer Reading Challenge this will be good to get you in the mood for reading Creepy House stuff!
Or get it on your iPad here The Swamp Man on iPad
While I’m making my book, How to Draw Scary Stuff, I’ll be sharing some of the drawings with you on video. Make sure to keep coming back for more. This would be a really useful design for the Summer Reading Challenge – Creepy House.
I’m told in singapore schools that correction pens are banned because the students write graffiti on desks. I’m sure that any one reading this would be far more responsible! Wouldn’t they?
How can you draw the whole world in one go? Draw it as a globe sitting on a table or something. The globe is an iconic image, summoning up the idea that we can hold the whole world in our hands and spin it around at will.
It’s also very useful for finding where places are and how to get there! The trouble is you need a new globe each year as the countries change and places get new names and whole new cities are constructed in the middle of nowhere!
I’m getting ready for Carfest North this coming weekend the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of August 2013. I will be there with Derwent Pencils showing how to draw stuff and showing off their fantastic range of drawing materials. If you are going to be there, come along to the Derwent tent and say hello.
To get into the mood, I made this video to show how to work out the proportions for designing sports saloon type cars, have fun!
A glass of water is not a simple thing to draw, mainly because it seems there’s not a lot there! But if you look carefully, you will see the lines and shapes that make up the drawing. Watch the vide and I’ll show you.
Learn how to draw a treasure map with all the olde, ancient wrinkled parchment scroll effects in the corners. Then, decide where to bury the treasure and put an X to mark the spot. Have fun coming up with names for places on the map.
I will be at Carfest North at Oulton Park on the 2nd 3rd and 4th August showing you how to draw all sorts of things and demonstrating some of the fantastic of art materials at the Derwent Pencils tent. Come along and have some fun! To get myself in the mood I’m doing car drawings and this is the first – a beach buggy like what the Monkeys and other hippy types drove around in in the 1960s and 70s. I put flowers on it to make it look a little bit Flower Power!
It’s here! The Royal Baby was born to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in London today. There’s so much fuss about it all on the Tv and mdeia, I thought I would add to the fun and celebration by showing you how to draw a baby prince.
Personally I think he’s going to be a Henry.
You can get this design on Baby stuff and Ladies T-Shirts and Maternity Tops by clicking here.