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Donatello

by Sergio garcia
(Waukegan Ill USA)

Donatello

Donatello

Hi ADD family, I drew this ninja turtle from my son Sergio's coloring book.

It did not have any shading on the drawing, so I added some shading with a h + 5b pencil.

***Note from Kerry:
Sergio, your children must love this drawing, It's great!

Thank you very much for sharing what grade pencils you use because I always like to know that information.

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Mr Rabbit

by Madiha
(Pakistan)

Mr Rabbit

Mr Rabbit

I was in the mood to make some cartoon sketches. So I made this "Mr Rabbit".

***Note from Kerry:
He's so cute! I like your drawing, Madiha.

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Frogs

by Bruce
(Zeeland MI)

Frogs

Frogs

The idea comes from seeing flat frogs on the roadway as a child,

I'm 43 year old male, I don't really expect this toon to be posted.

If it is then woohoo!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Bruce, I like it. Did you draw this in ink?

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My Rabbit

by Asha Kurian
(Pune,Maharashtra, India)

Mikku the rabbit

Mikku the rabbit

Once upon a time there lived a rabbit in a carrot farm. His name was mikku...His main occupation was selling carrots in the market....
See.. mikku is on his way to the market...

This picture was done on pencil only.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Asha
Your rabbit is so cute, great drawing!



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Realistic & Cartoony Pig

by Jim Corbett
(Seongnam, South Korea)

Realistic Pig and Cartoon Pig Drawings

Realistic Pig and Cartoon Pig Drawings

I drew these in my animal croquis book. The croquis book contains a realistic drawing. Beside the drawing, the sketch is broken down into four basic steps.
I used those steps to draw the realistic-looking pig at the top. To put her in a natural setting, I added short lines to indicate the ground, a few blades of grass, a trough and some water dripping from the pig's mouth. Finally, I put a lot of tone on the pig by using various pencil stokes.

To create the cartoony pig on the bottom, I exaggerated the body, the snout and added three points along the bottom of the mouth to show sharp teeth. I also put a bigger smile on the pig to show that it she is enjoying her meal.

**Note from Kerry:
Thanks for these Jim, they are so cool! Also, thanks for taking the time to give us the details of how you went about the drawings. It sure is appreciated.

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Shy Emu

by matina
(Greece)

Shy Emu

Shy Emu

I love Aussie animals and the emu is one of my favourite because when l get embarrassed l sometimes want to stick my head in the ground too.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Matina, your message made me grin - I am sure we all feel like that sometimes! I just love your drawing, you've done a really good job with it.

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Dinosaur Bird

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, In. U.S.A.)

Dinosaur Bird

Dinosaur Bird

Here's me again Marty;

This time I give you a Dinosaur Bird I think.

Someone please tell me what kind of Dinosaur Bird this is.

I used a # 2 pencil on this one also.

Does it scare you? If not copy it for the kids, as I have more Dinosaur's for you all.

Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Cool dinosaur bird Marty! Is he from your imagination?

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Horse in Cloke

by winters snow
(AZ)

Cartoon Horse

Cartoon Horse

This is my best horse drawing EVER! Really. When my web page is up...you will be able to see all of my work! I will add more drawings soon!

I really hope you all like this. God Bless!

**Note from Kerry:
Your drawing is terrific! Well done.

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Boxing kangaroo

by Matina Bastakos
(Greece)

Boxing kangaroo

Boxing kangaroo

Matilda is a famous red kangaroo in Australia because she actually does box! i was born in Australia and have seen kangaroos in action - minus the gloves!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Matina, I am sure Matilda will like this portrait of herself, you have done a great job!

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Santa's Pet

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, In. U.S.A.)

Santa's Pet

Santa's Pet

Hello everyone.

I call this drawing Santa's Pet of course you can call it something else if you desire. I just used a #2 pencil. So let me know how you like or don't like it.

Let's all give Kerry, the founder of this great website a great big Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all her family.

Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Aw he's so cute Marty! Thank you for your kind wishes. I also wish you and your family a very happy Christmas 2009.

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Friends for life - Timon and Pumba

by Abhishek KR
(Bangalore, Karnataka, India)

Friends for life - Timon and Pumba

Friends for life - Timon and Pumba

Timon and pumba are two great characters which cheer up my mood at any point of the day, after tom n jerry. It is this liking which made me pick up these two characters for sketching.

I was little bit doubtful in getting the relative sizes of timon and pumba right as that is the place where I generally screw up. But, I was pretty happy after the shading was complete.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Abhishek
I know these 2 dudes and they are very funny. You've done a great job with good details.

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Another Tigger

by k.j.chilton
(heysham,lancashire,uk)

Another Tigger

Another Tigger

I really like doing cartoon type animals for my three grandchildren, most of all because no matter what I do, they love it! Of course, it's because "Grandad did it" Ha Ha!

***Note from Kerry:
Ken, I can see why the kids take great delight in your drawings. It's a very special thing to do for them.

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Cartoon Drawing

by Kelly Beasley
(Monroe Center Il USA)

Wile E Coyote Drawing

Wile E Coyote Drawing

I like to draw cartoons, I'm not sure why. This is done with just a regular pencil. That's all I ever seem to draw with.

**Note from Kerry:
Hi Kelly, I've always been a fan of Roadrunner cartoons and ol' Wile has always made me laugh. Thanks for sending him in, it's very good.

ps Your other drawing didn't come through, it was a photo of your birthday cake, sorry.

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Funny Baby Elephant

by Mridula Vipin
(ernakulam, Kerala, India)

My first Drawing

My first Drawing

One day i saw a a baby elephant cartoon programme on television. I was so fascinated by the character that I thought of drawing his picture. Although I am not so good at drawing I took a pencil and started making the image.

To my surprise, after an hour I saw exactly the same image i saw on the television. I was so happy that i found a new quality in myself. From then onwards i started drawing sketches of whatever i feel fascinated with.

***Note from Kerry:
Mridula, your drawing is so cute! You have every right to be proud of your work. Keep drawing!

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2001 Bionicles and some fish

by Perry
(Crane, Texas)

Fish and Bionicles

Fish and Bionicles

I first drew this drawing on a paper book cover on my math book from school. So I decided to cut it off and tape a new sheet of paper to the cover of my math book, so I could draw a new cover on.

I knew exactly what I wanted to do with my drawing, I wanted to scan it on my computer and set it as a desktop background because I knew it would look cool. Then I remembered the website allaboutdrawings.com. So I went there and submitted it.

Now what you see in the drawing is two 2001 bionicles, I also included the fish to be more creative. I don't need to tell you what kind of bionicles they are because they are labelled.

In the top right corner of the paper where it says "Dan was here," that was my brother in-law Daniel, he asked me if he could do that.

I gave one of the fish bubbles to make it look like they were kinda underwater.

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