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How to Draw Afro Hair for World Afro Day – #WorldAfroDay

I had a request to draw curly hair yesterday and today I see on the TV that tomorrow is #WorldAfroDay So, what should I do? Ignore the signs from the Universe or show you how to draw an Afro hairstyle?

You Got it! Here is a video showing how to draw an afro hairstyle real easy – step by step – for beginners and experienced artists alike. This drawing involves quite a bit of cross-hatching to build up the tone and squiggly scribbling to get the texture – techniques you can use in many other drawings.

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How to Draw a Super dad card for Father’s Day

With Father’s Day this weekend, here is something you can do to surprise your dad – make him a SuperDad card by following the easy instruction in this video. Then when you are finished, you can watch the Super dad story video here

Remember that you can take a picture of your drawing and send it to me for the gallery video to I will send a small gift of my how tom draw book and maybe some original artwork too for the drawing I like the best in each Gallery video.

Get it here in the USA and here in the UK

Of you would like a signed copy of the book, which comes together with the second story, Superdad, the Super Hero, then then here’s the link.

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How to draw the Paisley pattern | step by step

This is a legacy video from my old shoobeedoodling channel. It got a quarter of a million views! Will it achieve such heights again on my shooraynerdrawing channel?

The paisley pattern is a very old pattern that comes originally from the middle and far east. It’s thought originally to have been based on the shape of a palm from or maybe the shape that cypress trees make when they bend over in a strong wind

Basically you need to draw the outline and a few inner lines that follow the outer contour. Then it’s up to you to either copy my design or fill up the space with your own patern designs. It’s such a forgiving design, you can hardly go wrong with it, if you are patient and take your time. Good luck!