Art for Kids: How to Draw Wimpy Kid
If your kids are like I was, I loved to seeing how things were made. I loved my Grammy's ChildCraft books because they showed pictures of how crayons were made. I loved those step-by-step art books that showed me how to draw a face...or a dog...or anything else. These days, we're way beyond looking at individual pictures. That's so last millenium! Now we can see things in action.
So, if your child likes Wimpy Kid (Is there a child who doesn't??) and your child likes drawing, he/she might like watching this video and trying their hand at drawing their own Wimpy Kid. Maybe you guys can each draw your own and create a family of characters. Here's a more step-by-step version: How to draw Wimpy Kid.
Challenge your child to create their own comic strip. Take it one step further and have them create their own cartoon character and produce a how-to video for youtube. We'd love to see it if they do! Let us know the link and we'll spotlight your child here. Or, take a picture of their comic strip and post it to our Facebook page so we can get your talented artist some exposure!
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