My friend Martha Kennedy just wrote this blog post and I think it’s an awesome idea. I’m going to suggest my hubby has a go!
Some friends were interested in drawing lessons once I started with the kids up the alley. I love that!
Anyway, here’s adult lesson 1.
The only thing you need is a How to Draw book of things you like, some paper and something to draw with. One of the kids has a “How to Draw Animals” and the other has “How to Draw Trucks and Other Vehicles.” A friend who loves to ride has “How to Draw Horses.” There are dozens of these books on Amazon and the more basic the better. I think a “how to draw” something you like is the best choice.
Here’s the first adult lesson: Starting to Draw
1) Assemble your tools — paper, pencils and your “how to draw” book. You can draw with anything, and it’s actually better to learn to draw with a tool you cannot erase, like colored pencils, but this…
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