How to draw a dog for kids
– [Instructor] There are many times when we’ll need to add additional color and texture to our 3D objects. And for that we can use our art tools to paint on a 3D object. So let’s go ahead and get started. We’re going to go into our 3D menu and let’s go ahead and draw
[Kasey] Do you ever look at Twitter and think “What the heck is this icon?” Today DrawingWiffWaffles- [Waffles] Hello! [Kasey] …and I are going to ask that very question and try to turn these icons into art. Buckle in. And thank you so much to Jaltoid for this amazing idea! Let’s get into it. [Waffles]
Well, Hello. Fancy meeting you here. Yep. It’s Wednesday again. It’s prompt #135. Y’all know the- Oh my gosh my markers coming out. Y’all know the drill. Let’s just get into it. We have three prompts. “Hands” The artist enemy. “Wood fencing.” Cute! And… “Cave mouth”…? I’m assuming that means the entrance to a cave…
(doorbell rings) (door creaks) (aristocratic music playing) ♪ ♪ (pops, sputters) (laughing) (chuckles) (curtains thud) (dance music playing) (humming) doink! (coughing) (straw rustles) HUH? (chuckling) (chuckling) AAH! (broom creaking) crash! (groaning) (light switch clicks) (spotlight buzzing) (banjo music playing) (humming to music) ♪ ♪ (light bulbs shattering) (fire crackling) (whimpering) (blowing) AAH! AAH HA! ding!
This video is here so you can take a piece of your art and figure out what level it is and what you can do as an artist to get to the next art level. For this episode I asked you to send in recent art you made so I could rank it, talk about