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Doodle of the Week #2

This little ant is a little doodle I decided to share with you this week.  I hope you like him.  If you will please comment and tell me which doodle of the week you like the most.  Although these little creatures bite they aren’t trying to be mean.  That is their form of protection 🙂

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Doodle of the Week #1

Every week on Monday I am going to post a little doodle I have drawn.  This doodle is called “doodle of the week”.  So this is the first doodle;  a lady bug!  For fun I occasionally draw doodles such as this.  Insects are so much fun to draw.  So I hope you enjoy this little doodle.This little critter is one of my favorites along with my sisters.  I just love to watch them crawl all over me.  We just caught one the other day.

Bet You Didn’t Know: Some ladybugs actually bite people which leaves a stinging pain!  (I am glad that has never happened to me!)

How to Draw #1

I have made a video on how to draw.  It contains how to draw a tree and horse.  This is for a beginner.  Try your hardest and follow each step and you will create a masterpiece.  I hope you enjoy it.

How to Draw #1-

Life Drawn Out takes you through 2 drawings and teaches them to you step by step.  Practice and soon you will become an expert.  For beginners.

Lion of Judah

My picture of this lion I drew reminds me of one of Gods name (LION OF JUDAH).  It represents him as a king, strong leader, powerful and majestic.  I tried to demonstrate this by drawing this lion.  One of my most favorite things to draw is animals so this went perfect.  Recently I have tried to draw pictures about God and Jesus.  I also try to draw very historic pictures.

This lion has some very distinct patterns in his face.  He is laying on a rock and looking faraway to a moving object on a mountain.  His hair was one of the hardest parts to draw but I eventually got it right.

Horizon Sunset

This is a picture I drew when I was eight.  This picture I drew in art class.  As you can see it is a picture of a cross on a hill.  I like this picture a lot because it makes me think of Jesus dying on the cross.  This is one of my favorite drawings I did when I was young.

 For the sun’s rays, I used a kneaded eraser to get the right effect.  The sun shining greatly affected the picture and made it look realistic.  Today I still use that method to create my sun rays.  I am glad that I went to that art class.