Here is where you’ll find every single one of our how-to-draw lessons! It’s a massive drawing library! You’ll find lessons for young and old kids. You’ll find everything from how to draw cupcakes to how to draw sharks. So, what are you waiting for? Grab a marker and follow along with us.
As a former classroom art teacher, I saw firsthand how students were often unsure as to how and where to start their drawing projects. That confusion often led to frustration, or maybe even deciding not to draw at all. It seemed to me that there must be a better way to share easy drawing ideas for kids, but it took some time to figure out how to do that.
Direct drawing instructions on the front board worked for a little while, but it had its limitations. There also was the issue of pacing. Some students always wanted to go faster, and some a bit slower. It kept the whole process feeling a bit chaotic, both for myself and for them too.
The biggest benefit about getting the process down on paper was that every one could work finally work independently. Tutorials showing each step suddenly turned a noisy process into a very quiet and happy classroom! The more tutorials I made, the more I continually found them to be helpful. Students could build their confidence, learn the value in following directions, and hopefully start a lifetime love of drawing.
Always wondered how to draw? Well, our diverse collection of drawing tutorials is a great place to start. Whether you’re a drawing pro or just starting out, we have something for everyone in our roundup of tutorials so you can either learn the basics or master the skills you already know. From animals to body parts to flowers, we have a range of tutorials that will cater to all your drawing needs. Just hop to the tutorials you’re most interested in by using the links below.
In our roundup, we have made sure to include a mix of video guides and written tutorials, so you can get your head around the most complex of techniques. Even if you’re a drawing expert, there’s still plenty to learn, or there may be one particular body part (noses, we’re looking at you) or animal that you haven’t mastered yet. You can save this post for the future, just in case you come across a technique or shape that catches you out later down the line, then you can always head back here.