Let's Get Your Creative Juices Flowing!!!
Three jumbo pieces of news to share with you today, ALL OF WHICH involve making YOU a better artist. So let's get right down to it.
1. Have a super fun drawing video for you today (cuz after all, every Friday I do!). In my constant effort to get us all away from the dreaded boring dead-eyed looking girl, today you'll be drawing a sultry face!!! So fun! I know! Just click HERE or the photo below to watch the free short video now!
2. The Fun Fab Drawing Club over at Awesome Art School is hopping with new drawing lessons starting TODAY. In addition to a billion projects already loaded up for you in the classroom, March's full length drawing lesson is to make THIS girl. Yep, that's right! I'm going to teach you to make this amazing Alturo Elena, Fashion inspired Fierce Fashion Fairy!!! I should maybe also mention that the Club offers a full length version of today's Sultry video as well, in case the YouTube version is a bit too speedy for you!
3. Last but not least, I STARTED MY 6TH DRAWING BOOK THIS WEEK!!! I know! I can't believe it either!! This book is going to be MAMMOUTH - a literal giant compilation of how to draw females in 4 completely different styles!!! First up? Realistic! The hardest by far which is why I'm tackling it first! Here's a little sneak peek!
And of course Rosie says helloooo to you too!! I hope this week finds you healthy and happy and well and that with all of these lessons you are having a blast while you become a better artist!!!
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Founder of Awesome Art School. Mixed Media Artist. Author of 18 Instructional Art Books!
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Karen, you are absolutely fabulous! You make me feel like I can draw anything. I have recently retired and finally have the time to do some of the art that I have loved since I was in school. I am really at the beginning of my art journey and I hope to learn as much as I can. Thank you for all you do.