Otter House Activity— Once again tonight we go for the gold… Pokemon gold! Joe Foo draws the number one Pokemon… number one on the Pokedex that is. He is Bulbasaur! First, he shows off his original sketch, then he shows you how to draw this Pokemon using simple shapes! Can you draw a Bulbasaur using a square and eight circles? Of course you can!
Otter House Activity— Draw with Joe Foo tonight as he sketches a GRUFF bear. Foo builds off of the character he created a few months ago by drawing a similar but different character using new basic shapes. In this drawing, we will draw a bear using five squares, two triangles and two circles!
This video is an Otter House Activity, so we are going back to basics! This give beginners a fun opportunity to jump on. It also provides artists with a bit more experience a chance to have fun and try to push their drawing a bit further. Have fun as you draw and make it your own! As always, if Foo is drawing too fast, feel free to pause, rewind or rewatch the video! Continue reading
Otter House Activity— Tonight Joe Foo draws a confident lawyer bear wearing a tight and high collared shirt… just like the kind they wore in the 1900’s. Joe builds off of the character he created back in March in this video!
Also in this video, Joe talks about Camp PencilPoint’s appearance at Detroit Maker Faire on July 28-29. All the artists of Camp PencilPoint will be there, and there will be six drawing session per day. Please join us for all of the fun, nonsense and tomfoolery! Click on the link in the APPEARANCES section for more details. Continue reading
Otter House Activity— Tonight, Joe Foo builds on some thumbnail sketches that he drew earlier this week on a LIVE INSTAGRAM video. You can follow Joe on Instagram… the link is posted below. In a quick drawing, Foo shows how he breaks down the character of Bambino from Pixar’s Short La Luna into simple shapes.
In this week’s video, Joe Foo takes a very complex character and breaks him down into simple shapes. This is an Otter House Activity, so it goes back to basics. This gives beginners a good point to jump on board. It also gives more experienced artists a chance to stretch their drawing muscles and push their sketches. As always, if Joe is drawing too fast, feel free to pause, rewind or rewatch the video! Have fun as you draw and make it your own! Try drawing Bambino, or your own favorite Disney Pixar character. Continue reading