How to draw cartoons with your kids
A few months ago, I had my first real cartoon with my kids.
The thing I loved the most was how the cartoons felt, not just because they were funny but because they connected to my emotions.
They had a sense of humor, too, which is what I like about them.
And they’re really fun.
Here’s a few examples of how I’ve tried to make cartoons that are fun for them.
It’s a lot easier to draw in this style than in other styles, like the classic cartoon of a man standing on a pond with his arms around his son.
When I was a kid, I loved cartoons with men holding hands and singing.
I also loved cartoons in which a man, his wife and kids all play soccer together, with one person at a time.
But for me, cartooning has always been about connecting with my emotions and letting them guide the cartoon.
As an adult, I’ve always wanted to make cartooning that felt like family.
When I first saw this idea in a video on YouTube, I was so excited.
So here’s how to do it.
First, find some kind of cartoon that you like to draw.
I like to use the video I made of my children sitting on a dock as a template.
Now, create a drawing, either a sketch or a comic, and start drawing it.
Next, you need to draw a line between the characters that are holding hands.
For my boys, it was a simple circle of paper with a line across it.
The next step is to draw the other characters.
For mine, I drew a small boy holding a small toy and then another one holding a big toy.
When you’re drawing the boy holding the toy, start drawing the other children holding the toys.
Finally, draw the woman with her hands in her lap.
Once you’ve completed this process, the drawing should look something like this: Now, make sure that the line between these two kids is drawn.
This is the line that connects the two cartoon characters.
It looks like this in this drawing: Next up, draw another line.
This is the same line that connected the other cartoon characters in the drawing.
Now that you’ve drawn that line, draw two more cartoon characters, and then draw another one.
Repeat until you’ve finished with all of the characters.