Cartooning for Kids – How to Draw a Dinosaur on Wheels

Hi guys! In today’s episode we investigate an awesome quote by Thomas Fuller.

“All things are difficult,
before they are easy”.
—Thomas Fuller

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This is such a short, but powerful quote, don’t you agree? Watch the video to find out my interpretation to this positive quote. Remember, every Friday we will upload a new video, so stay tuned ….

In this video I also teach how to draw a dinosaur (a velociraptor to be exact) on wheels. Since nobody’s been able to see a velociraptor in real life, I have taken some artistic license and provided my own version of it … and in my version velociraptors like inline skating! Maybe they weren’t as fast as they claim on Jurassic Park, they just had skills on wheels 😉

I hope you have fun with this week’s doodle. It is more challenging than the previous ones, but with practice, I’m sure you’ll be able to master it! Good luck!

Doodling increases creativity, moreover is a skill that they can build up and improve.

Note to Parents:

I hope you take a few moments to watch these videos with your kids. As a volunteer soccer coach for many years, I’ve seen how positive words can generate amazing results. The positive quotes I share are meant to spark a dialog between you and your kids. Take this opportunity to enhance the values I teach with your own personal experiences and point of view. Have fun with the doodles and encourage your kids to practice. Doodling increases creativity, moreover is a skill that they can build up and improve. I started doodling as a kid, and it propelled me into my career as a graphic and web designer, and now … Think Doodle Do. Who knows what our children’s future might bring, but learning a new positive skill is never a bad thing.

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