Pterodactyl Picture Has Been Found!

After some looking and cleaning I found the picture and now you get to see how bad I am at drawing without looking at the picture but I am getting better at drawing things that are in front of me (like shoes). The reason I am drawing shoes is that I am doing a project in art class where you need to draw accurate shoes. Hopefully I will get that picture on here pretty soon. 🙂


Yup that picture is weird. 🙂




So I couldn’t find the pterodactyl picture but I did find some other pictures the first one I did mostly if I got my work done in school early and after tests. This one isn’t that recent though because I haven’t really done that much. I like the squirrel in the corner personally. 🙂

Offline Art

Sorry I haven’t been on in a while, I’ve been in school and haven’t had any time but the good thing is that I have been doing art and I hope it will be on soon. I have been practicing doing art without looking at the paper and just at the thing I want to draw and it is funny to watch and to do (even though it looks terrible). I tried to draw a cartoon pterodactyl and it just looks weird so I want to post those soon so you can see them and know what I mean by the look weird. In art class we are also learning to draw pixelated pictures of people and the person I am doing is David Tennant so when I finish that I will post that a little bit after. Another thing that I just did was a tessellation which is basically a pattern that fits perfectly together (I did crowns). A little off topic but I am excited for the 50th anniversary (November 23 2013) of Doctor Who!
















Circles to Spheres in 3 easy steps


So you need help with shading well here is where I started out.

Step 1: Draw a circle

Step 2: Draw horizontal lines on one side of the circle in a crescent shape

Step 3: On the same side of the circle make a rounded shadow at the bottom (darker closer to the circle).

You now have a sphere!