Hey Fun Fab Drawing Club member!!
I'm SO excited one of my favorite months of the year is finally here!! And it's even slightly chilly today in NC as I write this - which I also LOVE :)
You know what October ALSO means... it's time to get your spooky art on!! If you were hangin' out with me in the Fun Fab Drawing Club this time last year, we did fun Addams Family drawings ALL month long.
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If you haven't done the Addams Family lessons, and want to,
CLICK HERE to head to that classroom first!
Since we had so much fun with these black pen and ink drawing projects last October, I thought it would be fun to do something similar with the Munsters Family!!
If these don't get ya in the Halloween spirit, I don't know what will :)
Today's fun new lesson kicks this series off with little Eddie. Isn't he a riot? Check out those caterpillar eyebrows, widow's peak, and wonky teeth!! Poor kid?
How bad do you think he was teased for this costume growing up?!
Let's talk drawing supplies.
As always, use whatever you have and love, here's what I used...
Fabriano Hot Press (smooth) Watercolor paper 9" x 12" 50 sheets https://amzn.to/3cbiUh3
Although I used 11" x 14" of the Hot Pressed paper because I love to work big but I linked to 9" x 12" because I realize most people prefer to work at a "normal" size! lol!
Pentel Pocket Brush Pen https://amzn.to/2JuVpmU
Zebra Fountain pen in black (2 blacks is $6) https://amzn.to/3tzHHVK
or You can purchase the entire 7 pack of different colors for $13 https://amzn.to/3A63QgZ
Pentel Water brush (4 pack) https://amzn.to/2UtLsf
Ready to start? Click the button below, and let's do it...
In LESS than 30 minutes!!
Make sure you share a post of your finished Eddie in the Facebook Group and add the hashtag #funfabdrawingclub to qualify yourself for my next Giveaway!!
?Not sure how to do hashtags? If you've never added a hashtag before, it's as simple as hitting the pound key (#) and adding the words "Fun Fab Drawing Club" with no spaces! You can add that text before you share something about your finished piece, or at the end. If this still sounds tricky - CLICK HERE to watch a video of me doing it :)
Karen Campbell, Mixed Media Artist, Author & Online Art Class Instructor
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