Today I'll show you how to draw a cool optical illusion of the page curling / coiling up like a sardine can's lid. And after your curl up the paper, you can see that below the page is outer space with cubes falling out into the emptiness. Then there is a cartoon girl character surfing on top of the curled paper as if it were a waver. Below you will find the illustrated step by step instructions so that you can draw it too.
Today I’ll show you a super cool optical illusion trick that you create by folding your paper over and then draw using that folded over paper to create a 3-D effect. We will create a cartoon snake wrapped around a tree branch on the folded over part and then draw the tree around it on the paper behind it and below it.
Use a notebook so that there is a piece of paper behind the original paper. The instructions are written on the illustrated tutorial below. Enjoy and Happy Drawing!
Today I'll show you how to draw cartoon mice characters climbing under the paper's lines that have been pushed up on notebook paper. This is a cute optical illusion drawing tutorial for kids to learn how to draw. Drawing the notebook paper is easy enough and then we teach you how to draw the cute cartoon characters. Then we show you how to draw the notebook paper's lines so that a hole appears for the mice to crawl through. I hope you enjoy this tutorial.
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Today I'll show you how to draw a cartoon girl holding a piece of artwork up for the world to see. But you draw different parts of the drawing on different parts of the paper to form the optical illusion that the piece of paper is coming out towards you. We show you how to draw a cute cartoon baby on the paper that the girl is holding. We will guide you through the steps with these easy instructions.
Today I'll show you how to draw a really cool looking impossible triangle shape. This specific impossible triangle called a Penrose triangle (or Penrose Tribar) Looks like a triangle mixed with a Celtic knot. Really cool.We will guide you through the process of drawing this Penrose Tribar with simple to follow steps and instructions.
Today I'll show you how to draw this cool optical illusion that looks like a boy is falling through grid paper out into space. This is a fun doodle to learn how to draw. It isn't too hard to draw, which is one of the things that makes it fun to draw. Learn how to draw this cartoon boy falling through this 3-dimensional grid paper with blocks / cubes flying out into space along with the cartoon boy. Have fun and happy drawing!
Today I'll show you how to draw a cool optical illusion that will melt your eyes as you are drawing it. Once you add the black and the gray, the picture will make more sense. We will guide you through the steps of drawing this cool optical illusion with the following cool drawing trick. Have fun and Happy Drawing!
Today I'll show you how to draw a super cool picture of boys climbing a piece of notebook paper. This is so much fun to draw and when drawn on a piece of paper can trick the eye into thinking there are really cartoon characters climbing on your lined notebook paper. We have broken down this tutorial into simple steps. Happy Drawing!
Today I will show you how to draw these cool 3-dimensional letters that seem to be going around, under, and over notebook paper. This is a cool and fun doodling idea for when you are bored. The following simple step by step drawing instructions / lesson will guide you through the steps of drawing these cool letters. Have fun!
Today I will show you a drawing trick for drawing impossible ovals (Möbius Strips). They are very easy to draw, if you know how to. You just start off by drawing a rectangle and then draw a grid out of it. Then you can easily see where to draw your ovals and curved lines. Find out the easy to follow, simple steps below. Happy Drawing!