Welcome back for week #2 of the Munsters drawing lessons in black pen and ink!
Last week we did Eddie, and today... it's time for Herman :)
How can you NOT love Herman?! He was seriously the cutest. I LOVED watching these reruns as a kid on TBS. LOL!
In case you missed last week's lesson on Eddie Munster, CLICK HERE to work on that first if you'd like. Or just stay here for Herman.
You don't have to do these in any order at all, and you definitely don't have to do ALL of them unless you want to :)
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Drawing supplies for Herman are exactly the same as last week if you were drawing along. If not, the FIRST lesson in this little series is super short and sweet, and ALL about supplies to help you if you need it:)
?CLICK HERE to go to the Munsters Supplies Classroom.
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!!
Don't forget to share your version of this lesson in the Facebook Group with the hashtag #funfabdrawingclub for a chance to win in next month's drawing. Heck - do ALL the drawings and enter yourself FIVE times!! One for each drawing :)
?Not sure how to do hashtags? It's super easy- see how I typed a pound sign (#) in from of the club name all squished together with no spaces above?
That's ALL there is to it!! Simply add that string of text at the beginning or the end of whatever text you add to accompany your drawing photo when you post in the group.
Here's an example from one of your fellow club members, Linda:) She got fancy and put her hashtag in the middle of her text! Go Linda!!
When you add the pound sign in front of the club name with zero spaces, the text will turn blue, like it did above for Linda! If it's blue, you know you did it right :) Easy peasey, right?!
?Love those Addams Family drawings featured in Linda's post, and have no clue where to find those lessons? I got you!! CLICK HERE for The Addams Family Lessons in Black Pen & Ink from last October and have a blast!!
In the Mood for Something Else?
I hear ya! Maybe you think the Munsters are incredibly dumb and need something a little more sophisticated, or Halloween really isn't your holiday. No problem...
?Have you finished all the foundational stages of the Fun Fab Drawing Club already (Stages 0-7)? If you have, and haven't started hopping around to try other projects, you can scroll through the Visual Index yourself to pick something you prefer more.
?Have you done the Realistic Portraits classroom yet? There's a charcoal portrait, one in toned paper, and one that is quite challenging from guest artist and student, Bryn Nguyen using the "grid method." Pretty cool if you really wanna be precise and copy a photo line by teeny line!
?Maybe you'd like to try figures? You can learn the Quadrant Method in the Fun Fab Figures Classroom and work on drawings in the first row featured below.
Earlier this summer we added bodies to some of our expression girls in the Sketchin' Expressions classroom, shown in row 2 below.
Or, maybe you'd like to take a trip down fashion memory lane in the Drawing the Decades Classroom to draw the characters in row 3 :)
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