Monthly Art Camp Drawing Cute Cartoon Characters
Drawing Cute Cartoon Characters Can Be So Much Fun!
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$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
45 minutes per class
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During this course, students draw several different cute, cartoon characters. Suggested weekly themes (although class is per student's requests): DAY 1: Space & Weather DAY 2: Foods DAY 3: Animals DAY 4: Plants & Nature Children have fun with Rozine's curriculum which includes seasonal pop art, cartooning, and graphic design. Rozine will guide students step by step, stacking basic geometric shapes with pencil until the basic shape of the character is established. Cute, cartoon details,...
Research shows there is a significant connection between arts and achievement. Drawing and coloring develops many talents, such as: • fine motor skills • spatial reasoning • objectivity • visualization • self-discipline • creative problem-solving
Since 2005, Rozine taught cartooning classes to elementary-aged, inner-city children in Chicago and Los Angeles. She is the illustrator, author, and publisher of several all-age coloring activity books. She creates a relaxing atmosphere, encouraging connection amongst others, as well as confident self-expression.
Upon parent approval, students complete their piece by outlining everything with Sharpie markers. Instead of Sharpie, black marker, colored pencil, or crayon can be used. Many students simply color in their pencil drawings. For extra-credit, create background environments for characters to live in.
Students will need either a sketchpad, or 5-10 sheets of drawing or printer paper. Pencils and erasers are a must. Coloring utensils can be crayons, colored pencils, and/or markers. A Sharpie marker is optional. Students can frame their artwork by stapling or taping it to a larger sheet of colored construction paper (also optional).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students are encouraged to share their work with Rozine and other learners, by holding their artwork up to the camera after each character is drawn. Praise and recognition is awarded, regardless of skill level. Rozine stresses the importance of each artist liking their own work—and if they see something they don't like, she motivates them to find the solution to fix the problem. Suggested fixes are offered if the student struggles.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
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Rozine is currently on hiatus from OutSchool, working instead as Assistant Director of a local Boys and Girls Club. Like the title of her first book, "Live Life For A Living," Rozine is living her dream of being, making a living doing what she...