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!)
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.
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.
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.