Saturday, October 26, 2013

Halloween Drawing Workshop - by Samantha

I did a drawing workshop. I taught it – Samantha taught it – and that is me! My students were Mom, Mariah, and Makayla. I wanted to teach them how to draw a Dracula (see photo). The Dracula came from a cupcake – hee hee hee! I tried drawing it at Uncle Jeff’s birthday – I was having fun with Dan – he didn’t teach me, I just copied it; he was drawing a bat for me and that gave me the idea to draw! My first drawing went really good. 



The drawing workshop day, I did my vampire, my vampire is good and bad – the head is square and it should be circle; I like the left side of the cape because it has a loop on it : )


The drawing workshop went really really good! I did a story out of another picture I drew. (see photo). It was a headless horseman and it has a buddy with no head and it has a horse – a princess horse. It is rain and clouds and ghosts and a bat and pumpkins and a tree. You can make any stories out of it!

I like that my students are really good drawers now (see their drawings this photo)! I felt happy teaching the workshop.

5 comments:

jomadill said...

You may well become a super teacher like your mom, Samantha! Under your direction, your students did indeed do a very fine job of their drawing. I bet they will be wanting to attend more of your special workshops. Well done!!
Happy Halloween!! xo

Jo said...

What a fun workshop Samantha! You must have been a great teacher since your students made some really great drawings!

JeffDaMan25 said...

A drawing workshop! Amazing! I'm glad you had a chance to be a teacher...

Paula said...

What an amazing artist you are Samantha! I sure wish I was in your class... I could have learned a lot! I love to draw too and I like drawing with Dan too :) I have your pictures from Uncle Jeff birthday on our fridge, they are great and so are YOU!

DonnaK said...

Wow, good work Samantha! It's sure fun making pictures and then thinking of stories that might go with them...I think it is great that you got to be a teacher. And it sounds like you loved being one too! Way to go, Sam! xo