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Cadburys Squirrel

by Evangelise
(England)

Cadburys Squirrel

Cadburys Squirrel

This picture was drawn in pencil, after i saw the photo in a magazine. I though he was cute, with the wrapper in his hand, so i called him Cadburys.

This is the first time i have drawn a Squirrel since i was at school ..

***Note from Kerry:
That's a terrific drawing, Evangelise. Well done!

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Sneaky Squirrel

by Robert
(Maple Shade, NJ)

Sneaky Squirrel

Sneaky Squirrel

I used to sit in my back yard with my camera on a tripod to take pics of the birds. I had bird feeders and a birdbath so there was never any shortage of squirrels back there trying to find a way to the food, and this lil fella was no exception.

This was my first attempt at drawing wildlife so I was quite happy with it. I tend to go from never drawing to always thinking about it! I hope this time around I stick with it because I find alot of satisfaction in it! Thanks for looking!!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Robert, I hope you continue to draw because this is very well done and I really like it. I especially love the way you did the knot on the tree.

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My Easy Drawing Was A Baby Panda

by Ronald James Ferreira
(Wailuku Maui Hawaii)

Baby Panda Drawing

Baby Panda Drawing

I drew a baby panda - a stuffed toy I have at home. I have many stuffed animals to draw when I'm not doing anything.

I find the grid method easy to do when I'm very tired. This way I put the lines in every square in the lines like the picture.

I'm planning on making a how to draw with a grid so people can enjoy it and how to go about it. It took me months to do it.

I enjoy doing portraits and see the life in my work. I'm sure if you like pandas you'll enjoy my work.

**Note from Kerry:
This is well done, Ronald. It's good to see you're using the tools to get the results you want.

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Sybilesque

by Tammy Morgan
(Tolono, Illinois)

Feeding Time

Feeding Time

I am a total beginner who likes to paint and draw. So far my drawings don't have the shading to look realistic. I want to do portraits, which I know is a hard subject. I have purchased many books to learn the subject, and continue to try. I will not give up. I do love it.

***Note from Kerry:
Well look at you, Tammy! Can you see how much you have improved from the start? I think it's just great. It gives me great delight that you are loving your art. Keep going!

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Rabbit Drawing

by kitty
(romania)


I don't usually draw animals, but here it is - a drawing of a rabbit. I thought i should give it a try.


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Note from Kerry:
Well Kitty, your rabbit is so adorable, I think you should add animals to your list of drawings to do. I'd love to see more, I love all your drawings.

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Love is Grand

by Martin Hamilton
(U.S.A.)

Isn't Love Grand

Isn't Love Grand

Hello Kidz:

I hope you like this little couple in love.

I used the mechanical pencil.

Let me know how you like it.

Kindly

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Marty, I think this is a gorgeous drawing, you've done well!

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Tortoise

by Shubha Srinivasan
(Chennai, India)

My tortoise

My tortoise

I have just started exploring my drawing skills.

This is my third animal drawing and I guess have improved a bit on this.

Need your suggestions and advice.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Shubha, your tortoise is great! You are doing the right thing by practicing and trying different topics. You will know when you are ready to introduce new techniques. Give yourself the time to learn and just enjoy what you are doing!

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Sandpiper By The Sea

by Linda Dobens
(Beaufort, SC)

Sandpiper By The Sea

Sandpiper By The Sea

This is a drawing of one of the coastal birds where I live. I messed up on the feet though..oops.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Linda, the beauty of the drawing captures the eye and we wouldn't know you messed up the feet if you didn't tell us! It's very nice, good work.

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Three bats

by Joseph
(England)

Three bats

Three bats

Here is another drawing that I did from a picture book, using the draughtsman's net or grid. That is a frame with small squares using cord. The frame is placed on the picture.

Also, on the drawing paper, I draw the lines to match the squares on the frame. Don't press too hard on the paper as it will leave lines on it. So, I do hope you enjoy these.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Joseph, that's an interesting drawing. I like the way you have used the grid, I must try that out.

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Dinosaur

by Marty
(U.S.A.)


Hello Everyone:

Here is a drawing that I free handed, sometimes I do better with some drawings than others.

I saw some pictures or drawings somewhere and I just had to try my hand at it. I hope you all like it. This is just one of many drawings that I am going to put in my eColoring eBook. If any of you want to put a few of your drawings in the eColoring eBook then just email them to me along with your full name, your country or any info that you may want to give. This way you will receive credit.

Here's my email address: ezbayfx2 @yahoo.com (just remove space)

Please let me know how you like this tiny Dinosaur.

I used a # 2 pencil.

Thanks for looking....Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, I love your drawing, it's very good and perfect for your coloring book.

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Pets Anyone

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Pets Anyone?

Pets Anyone?

Hello Everyone.

Here's a drawing I did just using a # 2 pencil.

I have art pencils, however I keep some paper and a pencil on the coffee table in front of the TV. Well, when the thought enters my great creative mind (I have to brag a little on me, as I'm the only one I have ) Hee, Hee, back to my story, -- I just start drawing lines and well, this is what came from it.

I do hope you enjoy it, you can also print it out and let your kiddies color it.

Thanks....Marty!



***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty,
This is a fantastic drawing considering you drew it from your imagination with only a series of lines to start with. I have to stop and admire drawings just like this, thank you so much for explaining how it came about, that really makes a difference with my appreciation of art.

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Playful Racoons

by Marty
(Fairmount, In. United States)

Playful Racoons

Playful Racoons

Hello, Everyone.

Here is a drawing I did when I was feeling better from my operation in Feb. of 2005. It was a couple months after my operation. I hope you like this drawing of my playful racoons. Please save it and let the kids color it in.

With Kind Regards
Marty Hamilton

***Note from Kerry:
This drawing is good fun to view, Marty. Thanks so much for sharing all of your drawings with us.

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Bison

by Marc
(BC Canada)

Bison

Bison

I used a stick that I carved at an angle on the end, and then I used that with black ink to sketch the Bison. I then used charcoal to give the paper a stone or rock finish.

***Note from Kerry:
Wow, Marc! This is great! Thanks so much for telling us how you got your effects and the tools you used to do the sketch. It really makes a difference when we view your work.

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Seahorse

by Ronald
(maui hawaii)


Here's a real seahorse i drew for fun. I hope you all like the joke.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Ronald,
I did enjoy your drawing. Actually, your horse head is very well done and I love the way you incorporated humor into your work.



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The Tortoise

by Diya Nishana
(Hail,Saudi Arabia)

My 4 year old brother's tortoise

My 4 year old brother's tortoise

My 4 year old brother drew this. His name is Dani Firas. He likes your site very much and it is his dream to see his drawings on this site.

Your site is really an encouragement for little artists like him.


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Note from Kerry:
Hello Diya and Dani,
I must say I am very impressed with Dani's drawing. Gosh, he has done such a brilliant job of drawing a tortoise, it's incredible this artist is only 4 years old! Good job, Dani, keep drawing!

Thank you Diya, for being a great sister and helping your brother's dream come true. It's very sweet of you... xx

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Dragonfly Name Tag

by Bexii
(Aurora, Philippines)

Dragonfly Drawing

Dragonfly Drawing

This is the name tag that I use for my Christian Living/Christian Formation classes.

The dragonfly represents myself, the tree is peace, the words by Amelia Burr a reminder to love life and "JC" is myself (I just like to call myself "Bexii").

The grass and flowers at the base of the tree are pretty extras (in the drawing and in my life) and the tiny butterflies are other people. There's one small dragonfly amongst the butterflies and that's me: different from everyone else.

I did the smudges with a bad eraser. It couldn't erase things properly and it just smudged up the page so I used it to create the grey background.

I learned how to draw the tree and the big dragonfly here at allaboutdrawings.com. =)

***Note from Kerry:
Hello Bexii
I'm so pleased you sent in your drawing to show me. Your story is lovely, I love the way you have described everything and told us what the drawing symbolizes. It's no wonder you are proud of your first attempt.

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Hungry Squirrel

by Roy
(Ashford, Kent, England)

Hungry Squirrel

Hungry Squirrel

Graphite on A5 paper. A first attempt at drawing after many, many years of not having picked up a pencil.

Drawn to show a grey squirrel finding food on a bird table in an English winter - much like it is here in Kent at the moment!

***Note from Kerry:
I love your drawing style, Roy. This drawing is so well done with your attention to detail and the overall effect.

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Funny Donkey

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


This donkey came to my mind yesterday when i was going to sleep... He was standing near a Street light lamp... He was just like half donkey and half rabbit... very strange...right??

He said that he had heard about me...that im a person who loves and cares for animals.. he just came to meet me wish me a "GOOD NIGHT" and "Sweet Dreamz"

...I dunno who told him about this...and how he know about me..

Kerry..Is it you??? or anyone else from this site.... hmm...i have to find it....

Hey, friends...Hope you like it....


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi
I would love to think it was me popping in to wish you sweet dreams. That's such a lovely story to go with your fantastic drawing, thanks Jubi.

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