MORE Steampunk Drawing Ideas & How to Find SUPER FUN Drawing Lessons FAST Every Time You Sit Down to Draw!
Hey Fun Fab Drawing Club member!! I hope you've been enjoying the Steampunk classroom so far! I've got TONS of FUN, creative projects coming your way as we flip our calendars to February :)
Before I go any further, I need to make sure you saw a pic of Sean's final FIRST ever Fun Fab Face from our Steampunk LIVE recently!!
Isn't he adorbs?! Don't answer that. Let's not make it weird. 🤣
He did a great job, right?!
In case you missed the fun LIVE from a few weeks ago, here's that link to WATCH NOW. And in case you didn't get a chance to do the exclusive Fun Fab Drawing Club version of this lesson (with step-by-step alcohol marker coloring instruction & a GINORMOUS, 83-page PDF full of Steampunk inspo!), CLICK HERE for the PDF, and press play below to start your lesson.
Hopefully you got to hang with me Friday for our most recent Brain Stretches & Sketches LIVE.
If you didn't, CLICK HERE to watch the replay.
We chatted a LOT about alcohol markers in general for the first 30 minutes or so. If you have questions about markers- make sure you listen to this :)
Not in the Mood for Steampunk Today?
I hear ya! There are SO many other places to play inside the Fun Fab Drawing Club. In case you're new, make sure you know how to get to the NEW MEMBERS CLASSROOM HERE to find answers to all your newbie questions :)
I think one of the most popular ways to FIND A LESSON inside the Fun Fab Drawing Club is to use the VISUAL INDEX.
The Visual Index is simply another page on this website that shows you a tiny picture of each lesson so you can choose what looks fun to you, click on it, and be magically transported to your lesson over at Awesome Art School!
Here's what it looks like...
When you scroll down or page down with your mouse or cursor on this page, you will see TONS of fun projects to play with!!
If you're totally new - start at the beginning to learn about supplies (I'm a HUGE fan of using what you already have - but I also don't want to leave ya hangin' - if you WANT to try a new art supply or NEED new pencils- I don't want you to blow all your money on garbage art supplies - so I always try to provide a range of options by budget and quality).
If you're good on supplies, skip past this section and dive right into a project!
It's so easy to scroll through all the lesson photos to find exactly what you want to work on EVERY TIME you sit down to draw!
I also drop buttons EVERYWHERE to help you find the Visual Index in case you forget where it "lives" on my site:) In fact, here's one now!!
And, just so you know WHERE the Visual Index "lives" on my website, it's right here - so you can always go to www.KarenCampbellArtist.com and click the first link under "Drawing Club" - See All the Projects - to the left of my little green arrow below :)
That's it! Easy, right?!
Why don't you pop over there now to choose whatever you're in the mood to draw? And remember I can't wait to SEE what you're working on!! Make sure you share a pic of your artwork in the Facebook Group and add the hashtag #DrawingClub to the beginning or end of your post like Leslie did....
See how easy that is?!
Just add a pound sign (#) in front of the words drawingclub (all one word), and then #drawingclub will turn blue on Facebook.
If it's blue, ya know you did it right :)
AND... the best part is, if you did it right, you're now entered to win a fun FREE prize on the 1st of the month during my next Giveaways LIVE on Facebook!
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