Hi Fun Fab Drawing Club Member!
How have we nearly made it through the ENTIRE month of October already?! I *hope* you've been drawing along with me for the last few weeks as we've been working our way through pen and ink drawings of the Munster Family!!
This morning when I logged into the Facebook Group, guess who greeted me? This adorable version of Grandpa Munster...
Isn't he just the cutest? I'm obsessed with how much personality he has. His cute eyes have SO much to say!! Way to go S Oul D'Angilillo. You totally NAILED IT!! So proud of you. Awesome job!!
Speaking of awesome job, I'm floored by all of the Lily lessons flooding the Facebook Group! Just look at these beauties....
And from our cute Grandpa Munster lesson last week...
They just feel so genuinely happy, don't they? I love all the variations!!!
Halloween is just days away, and we've got one Munster left to draw before it hits... Marilyn!!
Did you know that Marilyn Munster actually had a psychological SYNDROME named after her?! Yup. If you ever feel like you're the only normal one in the room (physically, mentally, etc.) - you're experiencing the "Marilyn Munster Syndrome." I for one, have DEFINITELY felt like this before!! 😜
To draw Marilyn, I used the exact same supplies as we've been using all month. As always, use whatever you love and have on hand.
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/2UtLsf7
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