Beginner Drawing Pokémon Part 8 of 12 (Flex Class) by the Painting Panda
This is a FLEX class drawing class specifically about learning to draw Pokémon for students who are new to drawing or have basic drawing skills: covering 2 pokemon a week! Spend a whole year drawing pokemon by following this class series.
437 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Welcome to The Painting Panda Classroom: Learn to draw BASIC Pokémon part 8! This is a Flex class, meaning NO LIVE CLASSES, you sign up and then watch the videos as your schedule allows, participate in the classroom discussion, ask any question you want, and share your work as you complete each project. We have already covered a bunch of cool pokemon in Parts 1- 7 of this class series. So are you ready for the next set of amazing Pokemon? I am! Now for some new exciting pokemon,...
Learn how to draw basic shapes so we can turn them into characters Learn how to add animation characteristics to characters Learn how to do basic level shading Learn how to color fill a character smoothly, and with visual texture Learn how to find joy in your art even though it may not seem "perfect" Learn how to be a great classmate/peer by sharing your positive/ polite comments on their art Each week you will learn how to draw step-by-step each pokemon character listed. As I'm teaching basic drawing skills, it is important that learners are already comfortable with the knowledge of how to draw: shapes, and letters from the American English alphabet.
When I started The Painting Panda, I wanted to offer a variety of art classes to many different ages of all children. My boys love LOVE love Pokémon, and we've been learning to draw them, play the games, watch the shows, and follow Ash and his friends as they become Pokémon trainers for a few years now. I'm so excited to offer a class where we can all learn to draw our favorite characters, and find out how to draw in different techniques as well. These Pokémon drawing classes are now my most popular classes, and due to demand I physically cannot keep up with the requests for more classes. This flex option I am hoping will help everyone I can't teach physically. This has been one of my more popular classes I've offered to my local Homeschool group, local community during the summer, and even with my family private lessons. I love teaching drawing classes for kids, especially pokemon themed as my own kids love pokemon. My favorite part about teaching art classes is when I get to see the world through the eyes of the students by viewing their interpretations of the assignments I give them in class. As mentioned in my teacher profile I have 10 years of experience teaching early education pre-K classes, in both North Carolina and Utah. I have been able to use my degrees in Visual Arts with a focus on Art History from NCSU and my Associate in Arts from Wake Tech Community College, to teach kids and adults: various art classes here in North Carolina for the past 7 years. With my scouting connections I have had 5 years experience teaching science and history classes in North Carolina and Florida. Whether it was as a Co-Op teacher for my local home school groups, Art merit Badge Counselor for the local Boy Scout clinic, teaching STEAM classes for Cub Scouts, Nail art and Jewelry Crafting to teenage girls in my church, or summer art classes through my business, The Painting Panda, I love being able to share what I have learned!
Each Wednesday I post either a tip video to help improve drawing, or an interactive video custom to the class. Where I ask a few questions and the students respond during the week with either a written note posted to the classroom, or via a video response. This helps stimulate more interaction between students, and with the teacher.
8x10 drawing pad or loose leaf paper 2 number #2 pencils eraser fine tipped colored markers (especially a black and a gray) Optional Supplies crayons colored pencils colored pens thick markers clip board if you have loose leaf paper (like me)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Hi parents, I have created a really fun interactive classroom through google sheets for one of our extra parts to class. This classroom has images of my own watercolor art that the students get to click on for a fun game or video. The videos are links to youtube videos (some are my own, and others are from kid friendly watercolor themed resources). I have done everything on my end to remove ads, however if you need to do something on your end to remove ads, or stop other videos from playing after the initial one I have linked please have those settings already in place, otherwise you can view along side your child. This is an optional extra your child can participate in, that is really fun. Parents I have very important rules, directions and instructions in the very first post in the classroom after you sign up a student, please read them with your student so you understand what my expectations are.
The Painting Panda Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
437 total reviews
671 completed classes
Hey Ya'll! I am not your typical art teacher who teaches from a mold, and expects kids to fit into a box. Being taught with that mindeset prevented true creativity, self exploration and expression, and any honest confidence in my...