Sweet, today we’re learning how to draw a cartoon policeman. Our cartoon lessons are simple and short, specifically for younger artists. Austin is helping me in this lesson, he’s four years old. Even though he’s four, older and younger kids can try drawing along with us. You can also see our other cartoon lessons here.
Learn how to draw a cartoon frog! Today’s lesson is with Austa-wasta, he’s my four year-old. So this video is meant to be short and simple, for young artists! Visit our other post if you’re looking for a more realistic frog.
How to draw a cartoon gymnast! Yes, we’re so excited for our first drawing lesson..back from the new year! We hope you are too. When we do cartoon versions the lesson is meant for younger artists. I try to keep the lesson short and simple. Also remember you don’t have to use the same supplies […]
Check out our other rhino lesson, if you’re looking for something more advance. Today’s activity is for especially for young artists, but also works for any age too…I especially have fun doing these lessons! Follow along with me and Austin and learn how to draw a cartoon rhino! We tried to keep this lesson simple […]
Here’s another fun and simple art project, that’s sure to get you in the spirit of Thanksgiving! Learn how to draw cartoon pilgrims! Both Austin and Hads are helping me today, so we’ll be drawing a boy and a girl. Once you finish drawing your pilgrims, don’t stop there! Try drawing the background, maybe even a […]
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon turkey! Although, this one is definitely too cute to eat 🙂 Get your paper and marker ready, then follow along with us. If we go to fast, just pause the video and catch up. Remember after you’re done drawing your turkey, keep drawing the background…or draw more turkeys. […]
Time for another cartoon Halloween character! This time we’re learning how to draw a cartoon witch. She’s really cute and fun to draw. We also tried to keep her very easy, so that younger artists can follow along too. Are you as excited for Halloween as we are? I can’t wait! Be sure to have […]
Don’t let the cuteness fool you, he’s still a little devil! Learn how to draw a cartoon devil with us. It’s fun and easy to draw, perfect activity for Halloween. It’s so close…I can almost smell the candy! Don’t forget our other Halloween art projects!
What’s Halloween without Frankenstein? Well how about a younger, more kid-like, Frankenstein? Today we’re learning how to draw a cartoon Frankenstein. For this activity, like many of our others, you’ll need a marker, paper and oil pastels. Of course, you can use crayons or markers instead. If you had fun doing this activity be sure […]
Awe, make the cuteness stop! Follow along with us! We’re learning how to draw a cartoon mouse. All you need for this art project is a marker, paper, and colored pencils (pink and yellow). If you really like this lesson be sure to check out these other lessons!
Bats are usually scary, but not this one. Follow along and learn how to draw a cartoon bat with us. This is a perfect art project to do with young artists! When you’re done drawing the bat be sure to draw the background, or even more bats! Also check out some of our other Halloween […]
If you liked learning how to draw a cartoon lion, you’re gonna love learning how to draw a cartoon tiger. These two lessons are very similar, and we tried to keep if very simple and short…just for young artists. Remember, to pause the video if we ever go too fast.
Yay we’re drawing another cute girl! Learn how to draw a cartoon cheerleader with me and Hads! All you need is your marker and paper, and something to color with. We love using oil pastels but you really can use anything…crayons, markers, colored pencils. Also remember that you don’t have to use the same colors […]
Austa-wasta and I had a lot of fun learning how to draw an otter with shapes! This is another great activity for young artists. Austin is 4 years old, but this activity is great for any age…it is actually one of my favorites now 🙂 Remember to do these activities with your little artists, and remind […]
We’ve drawn a hippo before, but today we’re learning how to draw a hippo with shapes! This is a super fun way to learn how to draw for young artists. This project uses simple lines and shapes to make a more complex drawing. Remind your young artists that it’s ok if their drawings don’t look […]
Austin’s heart bear cracks me up! I love it so much. This art project is perfect for your young artists. We tried to keep the steps very short and lines even shorter. Remember to do these activities with your little artist. They’ll have even more fun if you’re right there next to them. After you’re […]
Grab your markers! Watch the video below and follow along with us, to learn how to draw a cartoon flamingo. This activity is meant for young artists, but any age artist can have fun with it. Flamingos really are cool birds. If you’d like to learn a little more about them check out the flamingo […]
We’ve drawn a peacock before! This time we’re learning how to draw a cartoon peacock for young artists. Yes, this project is meant to be a lot easier than our other lesson. But that doesn’t mean older kids (even adults) can’t have fun drawing this lesson 🙂 All you need is some paper and a […]
Here’s a fun one to do with your really young artists! How to draw a crab uses simple shapes and lines to make it fun for them. Remember to keep art lessons super short too. And remember, it’s ok if their drawings don’t turn out exactly like ours. It’s more important that they’re proud of […]
Today’s episode is nice and easy, perfect for young artists. We’re going to learn how to draw a cartoon pegasus. If you’ve never heard of a pegasus, it’s a horse with wings! How cool is that? They’re also from Greek mythology. Today we’re drawing the cute cartoon version to keep it simple for young artists. If […]
Time for another cute cartoon, this time we’re learning how to draw a cartoon gorilla! I really like doing this cartoon versions, because they’re super fun, but most importantly they’re a lot easier to draw. Which I think is why they’re so fun to draw…perfect for younger artists! Check out all the other cartoon drawings […]
It’s another cartoon! This time we’re learning how to draw a cartoon robot and Hads will show you how to draw a cartoon girl robot 🙂 During this lesson we’re working on drawing rectangles. After you finish this lesson, try drawing another robot but pick a different shape. Try drawing a robot by using big […]
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a cute cartoon lion! This lesson is meant for younger artists, but it’s still fun for everyone. Art Supplies Marker or pencil to draw with Paper Colored pencils, crayons, or something to color with Watch How To Draw A Cartoon Lion Step-By-Step You can also use […]
Hads and Mrs. Art For Kids Hub went to see the new Cinderella movie and they loved it! Have you gone to see it yet? What did you think? Well, Hads got so excited about drawing Cinderella. She loves anything that has to do with princesses. So, I’m sure we’ll be drawing more 🙂 This lesson is […]
Austin is learning how to draw Earth, today! He’s three so this activity is great for younger artists. Follow along with us and if we go too fast, just pause the video. For this activity you’ll need a marker, white paper, black construction paper, oil pastels, scissors, glue, and a large circle object to trace […]
Oh man! I had a lot of fun doing this how to draw a skunk, with Austin. We hope you have fun doing this activity with your little artists too! What you’ll need for this lesson: Construction paper (blue, black and green) Colored pencils (especially a white pencil) Scissors Glue We want to see how […]
Have you watched how to draw a rocket yet? That lesson focuses on primary colors (red, yellow, blue), this lesson focuses on the secondary colors (orange, purple, green). These are the colors you get when you mix two of the primary colors. We also work on cutting and gluing, just like the rocket lesson.
Learn how to draw a rocket with Austin and me! This lesson we focus on primary colors, shapes, cutting and gluing. It’s also a fun exercise to work on drawing stars! Just because we say this is for “young artists” it doesn’t mean it’s only for them. I have just as much fun doing these […]