This is truly a quick and easy little tutorial, created by my 15 year old, Fen. I love watching her draw and doodle all over everything in our entire house. Ahem.
No, but really! It’s inspiring to see the cool little things she draws, and I find myself copying her drawings much like I used to copy the drawings of teenagers when I was 10. Weird.
Drawing 3d shapes is a fun little thing to show your kids, and they can practice it on veritably any shape they feel like drawing, as you will see.
After you’ve mastered these, check out a whole bunch more sketchbook ideas here.
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And here’s her step-by-step instruction drawing:
Just keep the little lines the same size, follow around any curves, so you can curve the outside line (see the heart edge).
Obviously I had to try my hand at one of those big weird amorphic blobs. Here goes:
Looking for a drawing idea that’s a bit more serious? You can learn to use the grid method for portrait drawing here.