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” [...]
Here is a really easy way to make scary writing. Gently draw the outline of the words that you want to write and then just sort of wiggle around the outside, like you are drawing seaweed, then colour in the middle bit. Afterwards, you can draw in some little wiggly lines to add a bit of scariness. And don’t scare yourself while you are doing it!!
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.
If you ask nicely, I’ll maybe add the numbers too!
Getting ready for the Summer reading challenge, here is the first of my Circus themed videos for all the Libraries that are taking part.
Quite a few people have asked me to do this. This video is a bit of an experiment to see how long it takes and wether I should do upper and lower case together. I’s quite a lot to fit into a short video and keep the concentration going while explaining tricky bits. I’ll get better at it!
I’m often asked to show how to draw a cool signature. That’s not easy, as the signature has to come from you and show off your personality, but here is a video which shows a thought process that might help you on your way. Good luck!
This is a little bit different. The lower case g is a very peculiar shape and is usually the best letter to use to help identify a font. this video shows you how to draw various ‘g’ shapes and explains how they got that way.
You can see this and my other videos in schools and libraries by going to my own video website, www.shoo-tube.com. You can embed the videos in your own blog, or school or library or personal website. Instructions here.
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