|Uploaded:||June 7, 2009|
|Updated:||April 11, 2011|
Howdy folks, how is everyone feeling tonight on this fine Sunday? I hope a lot of you took part in drawing day yesterday, I’m guessing that you did and you all probably produced some good stuff. As for me? Well, I always take part in drawing everyday of the week and with each passing day my drawing gets better and better. I wanted to do something just a little bit different today that represents summer and all the fun that everyone is going to have when they are at the beach. For my first lesson I will be showing you “how to draw a seashell”, step by step and “how to draw seashells”, step by step. I was looking through the web today looking to see if there was any good tutorials on shells from the sea. I was shocked to see that there was none, and if there where tutorials I sure didn’t find them. Anyways, seashells are probably the most collected object when walking down a beach or simply just playing in the sand and you uncover a pretty soft shell that has been buried for a long while. I love to walk on the beach and build sand castles. July is almost here and I am sure that I will be at the beach a whole lot when the hot weather comes. Drawing objects of the ocean can sometimes be a very creative way to be colorful and artistic. I am going to show you "how to draw a seashell" using easy to follow steps and simple to read instructions. When you are done teaching yourself the ins and outs to drawing seashells, you can color them like a rainbow or you can leave them looking pearly white, it’s totally your choice. I have to go but as you know I will be back. Have fun and when you draw these shells, think summer.