How To Draw A Space Creature With Your Own Ideas.

This worksheet offers a technique to use to gain inspiration to draw a creature that is different from anybody else's.

Parents and teachers and home school families will find many ways to use this in class and at home.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT. Drawing takes practice and learning to find new ways to be creative takes time and practice too. If your first attempt does not turn out the way you wanted to do not give up, use it as a first draft and try again. Try to trace over it and change things, sometimes you have to draw a project several times before you are happy with it.

How To Draw A Space Creature Worksheet. 

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BEGINNINGS
To get ideas start by drawing shapes randomly on the page, like doodling; in the worksheet I started with random circles; I admit I had a few ideas about one being the head and another being the body.

DEVELOPMENT
Like connect the dots start to organize the circles into legs and arms or other parts.

Add variety with contrasting shapes like triangles. I used triangles for a collar or armor like thing.

For arms or legs start with a stick figure approach to get the position right then go around the stick figure arm to give it thickness and form.

FINISH
Go over the lines that you like and erase the rest. Add things like eye-stalk, ears, wings or sucker cups.

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How To Draw A Baby Fox Worksheet. Free Printable

This printable drawing lesson is ideal for the young artist, and will help give confidence and a sense of accomplishment in their efforts to draw.

Parents and teachers will find many ways to use this project in school and home.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Do not get discouraged if your first attempts to draw a subject is not as you hoped, drawing takes practice and time.  Don't give up, instead try again and draw every day.  You can come back to my blog and try some other projects and soon you will be drawing beautiful pictures.

FreeHow To Draw A Baby Fox Worksheet

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BEGINNINGS
Start by drawing lightly so you can erase later.  Use basic shapes to build the design of the picture. A large circle for the body a smaller one for the rear legs,  (in sitting position) rectangles for the the front legs, a medium circle for the chest and an oval for the head.

HEAD
The baby head is bigger than normal so draw it large. Use a guideline up and down in the center to keep both sides of the head even.
     * The eyes are lower than normal, so draw a guideline across the lower third of the face to place the eyes.
     * Draw the eye sockets like almonds, then the eyes inside with circles, be sure to leave the shiny spot in the same place in each eye.
     * The nose is a triangle pointing down.
     * The ears are large triangles but rounded a little and are on the top of the head, they are wide apart on the fox.
     * The fur on the side of the face sticks out a little.

BODY
The sitting fox is round so follow the line of the circle for the back and the round circle for the chest. The legs are two rectangles they do not go straight up and down but are tilted forward slightly. The tail hides the paws  it is a pointed oval.

DETAILS
     * The lower leg is black.
     * The tip of the tail is white.
     * The chest is white.
     *  There tips of the ears are black.
     * There is black on the edges of the ears

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How to Draw A BabyRabbit, Free Worksheet

This free printable worksheet gives easy instructions on drawing a simple Rabbit of the lope eared type, and is ideal for the beginning artist.

Parents, teachers, and home school families will be able to use this in class and in home.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Do not give up if your drawings do not come out the way you want them to at first. Drawing takes practice and you are learning. Draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back and draw some of my other projects.


How to Draw A Babby Lop Bunny Free Worksheet
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BEGINNINGS
The baby bunny, like all babies, has a larger than normal head; keep this in mind as you compose your picture. Start with a circle for the head and a slightly larger circle for the body.  The head will have a small circle for the muzzle, put the smaller muzzle circle near where the head circle and the body circle connect.

DEVELOP FORM
Add three small circles at the bottom for the feet The eye is going to be in the center of the head, it starts with an arch shape like a half circle but it is rounded at the back edge.  The nose is like a letter "V"  and the mouth is two curved lines like a "W" below the the "V" of the nose.

DETAILS
The ear starts at the back of the head and goes two thirds of the way down to the feet. The front edge of the ear goes back up no higher than the eye, The leg is two lines that curve back, but keep them short. The far leg is a curved line. add freckles and whiskers.

Go around the good lines and erase the rest.  You can use grass to hid the feet. Use shading technique to give him roundness.

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How to Draw A Baby Pig Free drawing Worksheet.

This drawing worksheet will help give the young artist confidence in drawing a favorite subject.

Parents teachers and home school families will be able to use this in many ways in class or in the home. To print the free worksheet and the project notes below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and do not get discouraged if your projects do not turn out the way you wanted to just keep it up, and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try some of my other projects.

How To Draw a Baby Pig, Free Worksheet
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BEGINNING:
This pig is round so start with a large oval for the body. Baby's have big heads so use a large circle for the head.  The nose is like an upside down heart, since the face is turned away slightly, so put the nose on the outside line of the head so part of the nose is outside the circle of the head.

DEVELOP FORM
     * The ears are like large triangles sticking out of the sides of the head near the top.
     * The eye is arched like a rainbow on the top. The bottom cheek pushes up on the eye since he is smiling so draw it like another arch but wider. The top arch should touch the bottom.
     * The eye is a circle inside these two arches with a white square off center for the shiny spot.
     * The back legs are curved lines going down and forward then two lines coming forward. The  coming
     * The front legs are two lined going up and down but slightly bent outward for the elbows..

DETAILS
     * The nose has two lines going up and down and angled outward at the bottom.
     * The feet have split hooves draw them like two narrow ovals.
     * The ears have a thick top edge, draw it with a short line.
     * Round off the ears.
     * Use shading technique to give the round look.

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How To Draw A Young Peasant Woman, Shepherdess, Free Worksheet

This free drawing worksheet will help the young artist in drawing a woman in peasant clothing. It helps with the basic figure and gives a few ideas about posing and clothing.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Drawing takes practice and time so if your drawings do not turn out the way you want them to at first do not give up just keep at it.  Draw every day, you can try some of my other projects, and soon you will be making beautiful pictures.

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How to Draw A Young Peasant Woman, Shepherdess, Worksheet
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BEGINNINGS
Start with an articulated stick figure, one that has joints for the knees and elbows, to get the pose right.

FORM
Around the stick figure fill out the body by outlining the arms and legs. save the clothing for last.

FACE
Keep the face simple.  She is looking over her shoulder so the chin almost touches the shoulder and the face is in three quarter view. Use guidelines for the eyes nose and mouth,
     * The eyes are half way between the top of the head and the chin,.
     * The nose is halfway between the eyes and the chin.
     * The mouth is half way between the nose and the chin.
A little of the cheek on the far side of the nose will show.

CLOTHING
The clothing should wrap around the body and show some of the lines of the body; this gives her a sense of movement. The skirt goes all the way to the ground and hides her feet. There is a second skirt or apron around the waist.  If you want to draw feet then do not give her shoes.  Her blouse will be white but she has a black vest over it.  A shawl or wrap will go over the shoulders or around the back. Give the skirt lots of folds or pleats.

DETAILS
Do the hair last with a lot of waves and curls; draw a hat or cloth over her head it could be a rectangle or triangle. The hand is like a square,  Give her a basket or shepherd's staff to hold that way the picture starts to tell a story.

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