My six year old LOVES to draw. This morning she used a video by John Steven Gurney on the Art Snacks learning community to draw a reversible face. This is the “man version:”

Rachel's drawing

Turned upside down, this is the “baby version!”

Turn it over: It's a crying baby!

Rachel recorded an explanation of how she used Art Snacks to learn how to draw this, using iPadio on my iPhone.

Here’s the 2.5 minute video from John in which he shows how to make this drawing!
Find more videos like this on Art Snacks

Thanks to Kevin Honeycutt and many others who continue to make Art Snacks a vibrant community filled with creative artists sharing their work and ideas! If you work with kids or have children at home, “plug them in” to the creative and supportive community on Art Snacks!

(Cross-posted to Learning Signs.)

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One Response to Learn to draw better (for free) using Art Snacks videos

  1. Kodak playsport says:

    great!!thanks for the tips and tacts to learn drawing,,i think my son will enjoy this as he is very keen to learn drawing,,,

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