|Uploaded:||March 19, 2009|
|Updated:||March 20, 2009|
Fairytales and rhymes are great stories to listen to and read. The characters from these tales are even better to draw. As I was reading some books to my baby sister the other day, I came across a certain story that was read to me when I was like five or seven. As soon as I looked at the cover I knew right then and there that I was going to make a tutorial on how to draw Little Red Riding Hood step by step. This is probably one the unique drawing ideas that I have come up with in a long time. I mean think about it, why wouldn't you want to learn how to draw some of those characters from our childhood reading books? Everyone knows the tail of this little girl that was traveling through the forest one day to deliver her grandmother some food. As she was hopping and skipping her way to her grannies house there was a sly old wolf that was following her on her happy journey. As soon as the wolf knew where she was off to, he immediately ran to the grandmother’s house as fast as he could to take the place of Riding Hoods grandma. The wolf didn’t want the food in her basket; he wanted the meat on her bones. In some tales the wolf kills the grandmother, and sometimes he ties her up and locks her in the closet. What are the famous questions Riding Hood has for her grams when she sits beside her on the bed? What big hands you have! What big eyes you have! What big teeth you have! That is a classic, I really do like that story and now you will enjoy learning how to draw Little Red Riding Hood step by step who is the character that is a part of your childhood book reading memories. I will return once again so stay tuned into the nest drawing site on the web. Peace out home skillets!