Welcome! I’m glad that you are here. Are you like me, waiting for the Spring weather?
Well, even though we had snow this past week, it is Spring. I’m pretty sure that the Spring Showers and May Flowers are on there way. But while we’re waiting…
How difficult do you think it might be to draw an umbrella?
Well, if we follow these simple steps together it might not be that hard.
Today, if you can’t be outside…try this with me. A simple drawing exercise can certainly get those creative juices flowing…and who knows you might make a fun afternoon out of it.
Pull out some paper & pencils, crayons or markers and lets have some fun for a while today.
The illustration above is me and my kitty Reuben a few years ago (when I still had brown, not gray hair). And this particular Draw Page is an older one from the first version of the Draw Book.
Reuben is a real sweetheart, we call him Ruby. He snuggles with just about everyone who comes into our house. (but, he’s not terribly fond of dogs).
He also loves to go outside. I feel bad when it’s tick season, and I have to keep him in. But when its cooler and rainier…the ticks don’t show up as frequently it seems; and he is more than willing to go for a walk with me outside.
If you’re still with me, lets get started.
Just follow the steps below, and if you have any questions…please leave a comment, and I’ll get back to you.
Always start with a whisper line
Then draw the bell cap…and the pole. Then add the handle.
Then after carefully erasing all of the unwanted lines and darkening the ones you do like; you can add whatever detail that you’d like to. Here, I added some lines.
So….H A P P Y D R A W I N G …and please remember to use the sign up in the top right hand corner to have these drawing lessons sent directly to your inbox. You will also receive a free PDF with printable Draw Pages.