How To Draw A Weightlifter


With the Olympics coming up, we thought it would be fun to learn how to draw a weightlifter! We hope you and your family have a lot of fun following along with us!
Art Supplies ~ This is a list of the supplies we used, but feel free to use whatever you have in your home or classroom.
~Sharpie (or something to draw with)
~Paper (we use marker paper)
~Markers to color with (we use Bianyo)
~Colored pencils (sometimes we also use Prismacolor colored pencils)
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