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PEANUTS Sketch School at Home Episode 4: Pig-Pen

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Happy New Year! We’re kicking off another year of content on the Kings Island Blog with the fourth episode in our PEANUTS Sketch School at Home series.

You’ve definitely got your work cut out for you in this episode – we hope you like dust! Sketch School art teacher Noel is going to show you how to draw Pig-Pen. He always makes a mess!

Before you get going with the video, here are a few little quick tips to help you. First, you get to work at your own pace. If you think Noel is going to fast or you get confused, you can always hit pause on the video, back it up and watch the same steps over again. Or, you can freeze frame the image altogether and draw right off the TV. Again, the beauty of Sketch School is you get to work at your own pace.

The second tip is this is a very fun activity to do with other people, so gather your brothers, sisters, your mom, dad – whoever happens to be around the house to join you.

This episode might be Pig-Pen but you’re not going to need a feather duster but just a few simple art supplies. You’re going to need a pencil. A No. 2 led is recommended but other types or even a pen will do. And you’re going to need a plain old blank sheet of paper with nothing on it.

Who’s ready to make a mess? Pencils up! It’s cartoon time!

 

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