Draw Cute Cocoa With Dustin!
In this 30 minute drawing class, students will learn how to draw Cute Cocoa by following the teacher's step-by-step live demonstration.
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In this 30 minute art club, students will learn how to draw a Cute Cocoa by following the teacher's step-by-step live demonstration! Depending on time, students may get the chance to begin coloring their creations any way they choose, but will probably need to complete their masterpieces after class. At the end of the class, students will be given the opportunity to share their progress with the rest of us if they choose to do so. This is not a requirement. Students are welcome to follow...
This class is taught in English.
I suggest having several pieces of 8.5” x 11” printer paper ready for testing markers, sampling colors, and starting additional drawings. Any and or all of the following will work great: Crayons Color Pencils Pens Markers Pencils are okay for you to use —but I have difficulty seeing your work when the pencil lines are very fine and delicate. Any paper will work. Please commit 10 pieces of paper to each class session (we probably won’t use them all).
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
A dad, an artist, carpenter, trucker, roofer, dishwasher, ditch digger, stand-up comedian... & a lifelong learner.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
356 total reviews
212 completed classes
Aloha, Hola, Hello, Allo, Ni Hao! My name is Dustin Lee Carlton —My students call me Dustin. I was born near a cornfield in Illinois, moved to Cincinnati when I was nine, and moved here to New York when I was thirty-two years young. I look...