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Video Instruction for Drawing cartoon Heads and Faces

3 monthes ago   |   By Sweattshop Graphic Artist

Instruction for students attending Drawing Comic Book Super Heroes art class by Dennis M. Sweatt at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center.
Have you always wanted to know how to draw a cartoon face? Well, here you go! It's super easy, Here's how! | How to draw cartoon faces step by step.
Video from: DoodleDrawArt
Dennis Sweatt Comic Book Art, where creation is "No Sweatt."
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Art Class For Kids At The Merced County Arts Center

Art Class For Kids At The Merced County Arts Center

3 monthes ago   |   By Sweattshop Graphic Artist

In art class for kids at the Merced County Arts Center , I doodle with them to show how panels work in comic books.
This is Superman versus the Hulk. Drawing time about 15 minutes.
Dennis Sweatt Comic Book Art, where creation is "No Sweatt."
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Teaching Kids To Draw Superheroes At The Merced Multicultural Arts Center

Teaching Kids To Draw Superheroes At The Merced Multicultural Arts Center

3 monthes ago   |   By Sweattshop Graphic Artist

The best part of my week is teaching kids to draw superheroes at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center .
Having been away from my art desk for over a year, they task me to draw with them. They get to choose what to draw for an hour and it's usually cute animals.
Just the kind of cheerleaders I needed!
Dennis Sweatt Comic Book Art, where creation is "No Sweatt."
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