Hey Fun Fab Drawing Club Member!! Isn't Lily Munster's makeup incredible when you look at her eyes close up?! WOW!
If you weren't sure which Munster we were drawing today, I think I've just given it away :) I've been having SO much fun seeing so many adorable Munsters popping up in the Facebook group, like this one by Lizzah Yasmine!! Her addition of color is so cool!!
So cute!! One of the club members said the actor for Eddie is still alive and 80 years old now...
Let's move on to how to draw Eddie's mama- the beautiful Lily Munster!
If you've been drawing along with me, the supplies for this week are exactly the same.
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 Lily in the Facebook Group and add the hashtag #funfabdrawingclub to qualify yourself for my next Giveaway!!
Need MORE Halloween & Fall Projects?
Did you do the Addams Family characters yet? CLICK HERE to start those lessons.
You might also enjoy a drawing a character from the Drawing the Decades Classroom like Elvis, Marilyn, Audrey, Paul or John :) They're not necessarily Halloween-y, but people DO dress up as these icons every year!
I've also got a spooky face chart drawing on YouTube that you might enjoy !
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