Drawing for girls: is fun! It’s one of the most educational activities for kids. It’s great because you can teach them valuable lessons that they’ll use long after they grow up. There are many different types of drawing for girls out there, such as: basic shapes, cartoon faces, detailed people, animals, flowers… etc.
Each one is a fun way to learn new things and develop your child’s creative nature at the same time.
One of my favorite cartoon characters, Barbie, is also one of the most popular for kids. I am always amazed at how much my children (and even some of my grand-children) really love this classic doll.
So when I started doing some research on drawing for girls, I decided to do a bit of research on Barbie’s “inheritance” to inspire me to create some of my own. I did find some resources that taught me the basics of how to use pencils, paints, and other art supplies.
Also, if you want to know how to become an “inheritance” artist, Barbie’s father is an excellent example of how to make a sketch, follow a step-by-step instruction guide, and never give up.
My daughters’ favorite cartoon character is Sponge Bob Square Pants. This is a favorite of mine because I actually started to draw my first attempt at drawing while watching Sponge Bob episode at home.
The first drawing I did was a very basic “head”, but I always try to go back and do better drawings when I have a bit more free time to spend. Learning to be an “inspiration” artist is not as hard as you may think. If you are motivated to start learning some drawing techniques for your own artistic expression, why not try drawing some Sponge Bob for your daughters? You’ll be very happy you did.