Drawing 7 cute squirrel poses
What you'll learn
- Drawing 7 cute squirrel poses
- Draw final line art over the squirrel sketches
- Color one of the squirrels using water colors and color pencils.
- Create a framed picture with one of the squirrel illustrations
- Basic drawing skills
Welcome to my creative space, where today we will learn or practice drawing a cute little squirrel in 7 different poses or positions, in a whimsical way.
I am a French self-taught artist with more than 20 years of illustrating and teaching experience. I love adding cuteness to my works of art, with cuddly creatures, color, and loads of flowers to add a touch of beauty.
In this class, you can accompany me in drawing a cute squirrel in 7 different poses/positions. I will share tips and tricks as you follow along.
We will pencil sketch, then draw the line art with a felt tip pen, and as a bonus, we will color one of the squirrels and give it some simple shading. You can then use the techniques to color your own squirrel illustrations.
And as a bonus class at the end, we will create a greeting card with one of the squirrel illustrations.
Each of the 9 classes is between 5 to 10 minutes in length.
Sharing our creativity is a wonderful way to bring joy to others and ourselves. Let's experience a little joy together, and I will see you in class!
Good luck, and happy drawing.
Agnes de Bezenac.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner or intermediate artists
I was born in France and now live in a little countryside village in Alsace, France.
I lived abroad most of my life, soaking up a variety of experiences and adventures around the world, which have enriched my life with culture, ethnicity, languages, and more.
My earliest memories as a child include drawing, especially portraits and flowers. As the years passed, my passion for art flourished and I have now illustrated many children’s books and taught art for kids since 1999. Today, art is still one of my joys.
Returning to live in Alsace in 2011, and being surrounded by its beauty and charm, amazing architecture, nature, and culture, has inspired me to express it through my art. I am reliving a small glimpse of what my grandfather experienced as he painted Alsatian villages, portraits, and illustrated SNCF magazines.
Through sketching, drawing, and coloring in my whimsical style, I am learning to depict some of the wonders of this beautiful place.