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PEANUTS Sketch School at Home Episode 5: Woodstock

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PEANUTS Sketch School at Home Episode 5: Woodstock

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Little birdie, why do you fly upside-down?

Hello, and welcome to the fifth episode of our PEANUTS Sketch School at Home series. This episode is really exciting as Sketch School teacher Noel shows you how to draw Woodstock. He’s super fun and makes some of the cutest cartoon noises ever invented.

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.

Second, you’re going to need a couple of art supplies with a plain old blank sheet of paper with nothing on it and a pencil. A No. 2 pencil is recommended because it makes smoother lines but other types will work, even a pen will do.

Alright bird watchers – it’s time to draw Woodstock. Pencils up! It’s cartoon time!

 

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