DRAWING & PAINTING LIONS! | Filling a Spread in My Sketchbook | Golden Fluid Acrylics

DRAWING & PAINTING LIONS! | Filling a Spread in My Sketchbook | Golden Fluid Acrylics

Hello, it’s a new year, a new video, new nails new voice! I’ve decided to celebrate 2020 by allowing germs to find refuge in my immune system. Regardless, I really want to draw some more animals. In my last animal drawing video, I didn’t do any like giraffes and lions. Which I’ve been craving. So. [Giggles] Not eat them, but draw them. Also last time I don’t think I colored any of the drawings. So I have some of those golden acrylics from the last Paletteful Packs box. I was really impressed with how these dried and like how shiny and glossy they were. So. [Taps paints together] I thought it’d be fun to like maybe paint some Lions or giraffes or whatever we end up getting to. I was going to originally use markers, but we’re running low on our square inches of real estate here in the sketchbook. and I want to make the most of it. So, I need
to use art supplies that don’t bleed through the page Let’s finally start drawing here. ♪ I’m really interested in drawing like the manes The mane of the lion a lion only has one but manes in general. So the way I draw something that I don’t draw very often and things that I do draw pretty often. Is I try to break it down into less complicated shapes. So if you find yourself a nice reference of a lion, you’ll see that the mane kind of takes up a certain amount of area of the Lion’s head. [Laughs] and then there’s sort of like shapes that you can kind of find in there that make up the face. I’m just gonna kind of sketch them out. See what I see! Block out shapes before you start adding too much detail because once you add detail, Erasing is a lot more problematic. Not only is it more difficult to erase but it’s also gonna hit you emotionally, okay. [Laughs] We’re artists okay, a lot of us are emotional. Then from there you can slowly knock out more details and
turn those basic shapes into something a little bit more relative to the actual drawing you’re trying to make and try and use tone to also block out your shapes. Now the mane is where it’s getting a little complicated for me because I find the herd to break it down after this like, okay, I see this shape, but then when I look at the mane it’s like so complicated. There’s so many hairs, you know going which, what, way, where and wherever but then I find it pretty difficult to like find a nice [Laughs] next stage. So I’m gonna try and like break it down. I don’t really know what I’m doing. We’re experimenting here. I’ve got a couple references up which are definitely gonna be your best friend. Just google Lions and I’ll probably share a link to a Pinterest page of a couple of the references that I’m using. Again, we can use tone here to kind of push back sections and create depth. You don’t go too crazy on that yet. You’re still finding our legs. Where are their ears? It looks like their ears kind of come out of here-ish. They’re kind of soft looking. So I’m gonna make them a little rounded. Just keep working my way around the mane. I’m not drawing any one specific reference. I kind of just like a look through them, depending on what part of the lion I’m drawing and find a picture that has that more clear It’s a
little bit more difficult than copying one exact reference. So don’t feel the need that you need to do that but It’s kind of is how I like to play around with it Then I can also try and exaggerate some of the shapes. It’s easier
to do that when you’re not using a specific reference but if this is the first time you’re ever drawing a lion just try and draw the reference. [Laughs] Try and learn exactly what it looks like before you try and play around with it too much or you might feel a little in over your head and some Lions have like a darker mane underneath that looks really freaking cool. Yeah. It’s actually kinda dark around the sides too and then from there, their body is actually behind here. So then their legs kind of come out and they have a very soft little squishy feet. At least they look squishy, I’ve never touched them [Laughs] Just poke a butt out this way so it doesn’t look too flat. and why not a tail? Why not? Why not? I’m not sure if it looks like a lions foot but I think it looks kind of cool. I just like the weird abstract shape of it. So I’m leaving it. And I’ve got what some extra to practice… Better I guess. Throw another leg in back here. Kinda just an abstract shape. This is where a little bit of experience that’s helpful because you kind of just give the illusion of something based on like… Your knowledge of just shapes I guess. [Laughs] Kind of want to color this one. We could just color the mane Let’s throw on some colors here. These are the only shiny paints I have if I want to add more colors, I’m gonna have to grab some of my matte ones but we’ll see if I can get away. So what we need, it’s like a tan, reddish color, so probably use most of this. Add some red and then some yellow. It’s a little too pink. Let me grab some more yellow and these are acrylic paints, I don’t know if I mentioned it There you go. Not quite the color, but we could go with a bit more of a saturated approach. In that case we would be able to get away with this color Ooh, that’s like chocolate, that looks delicious! Okay, let’s start there and then we’ll see how the colors look on the lion. You can kinda see how it’s still not very detailed. It’s still very Shapeful I guess would be the word. Stylized and such but that helps me like figure out the shapes a lot easier and experiment and see what works and I think it’s just much more fun. Okay. and from there, clean brush. Switch to a lighter color. Color in the top of the mane. I don’t know, that might still be a little too pink. I’m gonna mix these colors a little bit more for up here, on top of the head. Let’s see, for the face I’m gonna go with this Yeah I definitely want this lighter. I can tell now that I’m putting on the face that’s just too dark. Mix it with some more white. I haven’t cleaned the brush so there’s still brown on there but I think this is more the direction I want to go. I love painting in my sketchbook ’cause it feels so much more free. Like I can abandon it at any time and not have to worry about finishing it which I think in turn makes you spend more time on it. I don’t know if that’s true but that’s the way it kinda feels. I’m just going to use this color and fill in the whole lion. That base coat. Kinda block out some of the shading too Let me just try flat titan buff on top while it’s still wet. Mix it into what’s on my paintbrush. ♪ So this should make it a little less pink hopefully. This is why, when I did my lion sculpture, I used crazy like mythological colors. [Laughs] it’s so much easier for someone to kind of accept it ’cause they’re like, oh. you were being artistic. Whereas if you can’t get the color right people like the color looks a little off, even if you’re closer to reality than my sculpture was, you know. Alright, so now I’m definitely losing a lot of contrast. So we’re gonna have to go in with some darker colors and start like shading around the face to kind of bring that out from the mane. I’ve been really enjoying painting lately just because of how messy it is and like it’s harder to get exact details. Which I think frees you up and allows for a little bit more creativity and fun and I’m still using a pretty wide, flat brush to avoid going into too much detail too because I really want to focus on contrast here. Which I’m currently failing. Start adding in a little bit of… Our darkest brown color. This should be darker than the graphite and less reflective. I can
also use this for a little bit more depth here and there Contrast is definitely one of my big faults of art, so I want to really work on that. And that doesn’t necessarily mean like a lot of shading but it means like trying to find… Colors that work well and separate from each other without looking bad next to each other and I don’t know, there’s like a lot that goes into it I guess and I am not an expert, so still working with it. It’s a little bit lighter under their eyes it looks like. It’s
added little bit more suumin’ summin’ around the face. Not bad for the first lion I’ve ever painted. I wonder if using like a little bit of blue for shading would be cool or would have mess everything up? I think I’m going a little too crazy on the details. I’m gonna switch back to the wider brush. Let’s focus on that contrast now, shall we. Also looks like they have a little bit of lighter fur on the inside of their legs Blend it out with that one. I think I’m gonna let that dry and draw another lion while we’re waiting. Right now it’s a little wet. So that’s hard to kind of play with. Gonna draw a little small one over here I’ll figure out what I’ve learned from there, if anything. [Laughs] Hah, looks like a little chow chow. This looks a little gorilla like right now not gonna lie. Let me work on it. ♪ I think I just made the body too foreshortened, might be the problem. ♪ This lion’s ears are pushed backwards a little bit more. Whoa. It kind of allows you not to see any of the inside. This is also a problem. If that’s the plane those feet are in the very wrong spot. Like this maybe! Oh, that looks way better already. Still have a little bit of like a gorilla – I don’t know, it looks a little almost human-like. Front legs. [Laughs] But I used like a reference for this one so I’m a little confused. I kind of like this one’s face. It’s kind of cute and stylized. it doesn’t really look anything like this one. Try and draw it from maybe a different angle. Get a
better grasp of what the profile of a lion’s face looks like. That can be the eyeball and a nose Here-ish and we can take some of the knowledge we got from drawing it straight on to know kind of what shapes everything should look like too. I kind of wish I’d drawn more cats in my lifetime. I think would help here. The ears here-ish. And then the mane actually comes up a lot like this. [Laughs] That looks funny. And it’s blowing in the wind in this reference, oh this is actually really helpful in seeing how the mane is attached to the body. [Short laugh] Maybe it’s Mabeline. Maybe he’s born with it. Looks like there’s a line from the eye to the nose. And I kind of saw that in the front reference too of just like skin in face indentation. So maybe when we stylize it more. If I want to stylize it a little more and take a lot of advantage over that line. I think this one’s my favorite sketch! [Laughs] Another thing about contrast is trying to make sure that no similar tones are too close to each other. Which is another fault I have. [Laughs] So wow, it’s almost like everything that has to do with contrast that I kinda suck at! That’s why I’m working on it Kinda
just give the illusion that there’s a body attached to it [Laughs] Not really any space to work that out. Maybe we can jump back on this painted lion. See if I can touch it up a little bit. Probably by adding a lot more lighter tones. Straight white though is just too much because lions aren’t really that color Although maybe if it’s layered on top, if it’s transparent enough, that other color will kind of shine through, so by mixing it with a little bit of water See if, when that dries, how that looks. Still just not quite the right color It’s probably because I’m using magenta instead of red. Let’s try adding a little bit of this orange. See what I think about this. Oooh! Oh my gosh, that’s like so much closer to what I’m looking for. Let it mix with the white that I’ve already put down ♪ So the color I was missing was yellow! Okay well and actually magenta too at the same time. Go down the legs too. To saturated, need to tone it down. Tone it down! It’s all experimentation. All right. How’s it looking now!? Again, hard to say. [Laughs] Did we gain any contrast though? Hmm, that’s a different question. I feel like it did. I got a lot of contrast in hue here because
this is more orange and this still seems less saturated. So that was a little victory. Right, we’ll leave that alone a little bit. I’m kind of tempted to paint both of these but let’s try a couple different things, maybe. I haven’t drawn anything sitting yet. Yeah, that will fit right here pretty good. Mmm. So head. Since we’ve tried to fit a pose here, let me make sure I block out… That entire
pose before we start out and get too many details. Oh, yeah. See, look, this isn’t gonna fit, uh oh. Try and find some of the tones in here. Push
back some of these elements that are in the background Find the shape in there. [Laughs] Sometimes end up with so many scribbles, you gotta go a little excavating. I’m gonna move the head over a little. Kinda doesn’t make sense to me anymore. So I’m just gonna use my gut instincts. Have figure out myself. I got that first layer of mane and the second layer The eyes are getting a little too human eye’d just for me. Creepy. There we go, find in the face and there somewhere. Ahh! I’m being so heavy-handed, what’s going on here? Separate those two layers of the mane. Something feel strange about like the height. I don’t know, maybe if I widen the body a little. Go more into proportion. I gotta add in a fun little tail too, you know. ♪ Back to this lion. Like now the colors feel too saturated. I don’t know if I can like fix them from here. Maybe a little bit of water. It’s crazy how something can feel so right in the moment and then when you take a second look at it, feel differently. So I kind of mix it with water to make it a little bit more transparent. Oh my gosh, these are gonna dry glossy! I love that. A little bit of pink shading. I just want to see what it looks like. Fun is an experimentation but I don’t know if I would go
with that if I was trying to draw something for somebody But there you go. [Laughs] I’m gonna add another layer of mane. Which might busy it up a little. Add a little depth between those layers. Do-do-do. There we go! I wanna kinda try do a little bit of like a Savannah background behind this lion. I have some of these colors that I feel like would work. It’s slightly more orange, kind of a dusty red color maybe, I don’t know how you would describe that. Like there you got some of that like Savannah grass and then like a pastel blue. I’m gonna mix that same kind of color with a little bit of blue for the sky. That’s too dark, oops. [Laughs] I’ll have to lighten that guy up. I like the tone of it though. It’s almost like a greenish blue. It’s lighter but I think it need to be even lighter than that. This is why I go through so much white paint. [Laughs] Always looking for that pastel color. Oooo! Okay, we’re getting somewhere. Look at that baby blue and then go back to that grass color. We’re gonna add one of those classic trees. I should know what they’re called. They’re in Planet Zoo but the ones with that very unique shape, very flat top. The ones with really cool like branches. They kind of come up like this. This is my little background! [Laughs] It’s surprisingly fun to do. I like how like subtle and abstract it is. I’m
gonna grab this pink and just put it underneath the lion. Just so it’s not so strange and out there but it’s a little bit more incorporated as a shading color. I don’t like it. [Laughs] Plan B . [Snorts] Let’s add a little bit of – actually. Over here, I can bring that sky a little closer this lion. Which will make him pop a little bit more. Gonna try and blend that out into nothing instead of having a harsh edge. Here, we got a little bit of space left, not much. For this last lion. Kind of giving up on this one. What would be nice, I could try… To draw a line in like grey scale or something. Let’s just go ahead and draw a line though first. I guess that’s the first step. Deciding how to color it is not the first step. See how well I can do one of these. One more time, let’s see if I’m improving at all. [Laughs] I drew the face without a mane. Now, I need a mane. [Short laugh] Draw some legs down here. Leg down back here. Another leg over there. Oh, shoot. this needs to be moved over a little or this head needs to be moved over here. See what I said about not putting detail in the sketches. What are you doing? Oh, it’s me. [Laughs] Urgh! I just need to move everything over. The problem is, it’s really interfering with this sketch and there ends up being little white space over here. That’s what happens when you make mistakes. Got to work from behind. [Tutting tunefully] Yeah, I think I’m working too far from behind on this one So I think we’ll just – I really like the way the face looks and I don’t really want to erase it. So I think we’ll just leave that unfinished because it is a sketchbook and I’m a pretty big advocate for like… leaving in some… Mistakes. I’m gonna
take this white paint pen and kind of outline it though, just so it kind of stands out from that background that I drew before I drew it. Which is now interfering. I would just use paint, but I kind of just keep it simple I’m not looking for like perfection here. You know what I do want to do, is bring the background around that line though. Oh shoot, did this dry already? Do I have any left? Need to add a lot of water. We’ll see if that dries opaque enough. Here we go a little bit messier, but kind of moves the idea across. There’s our page of lions. I wanna one more. Gosh darn-it. [Tap, tap] I like the spread as like a art piece in itself. I kind of like the way it looks. The Pink’s a little crazy and random but other than that, I really like it. Well, I didn’t get around to drawing any giraffes. I did draw a couple lions! And I think this is honestly my favorite right here. I love the way the face turned out and I like the way like the sketch kind of popped from this Really simple background that I kind of threw in there instead of just a flat color like I did right there. I think this looks way cooler. Even if it’s simple, it makes just that. [kisses] Just a smidge of improvement, you know, and I had a lot of fun like painting these other ones too. I don’t know where this came from but it’s dry. I don’t know
why I’m just making these random little changes. I don’t think there’s any reason you’d ever see this many male lions in this closer proximity. Except for in a sketchbook. [Laughs] Definitely learned a lot and there’s plenty of more improvement to go. I had fun! Let me know what you drew if you drew along and I will have links to some of the references I used today in the description. Thanks as always for watching. I’ll see you guys all next week, and I hope you have a delicious evening full of waffles. Bye! ♪

Dereck Turner

100 thoughts on “DRAWING & PAINTING LIONS! | Filling a Spread in My Sketchbook | Golden Fluid Acrylics

  1. Zoe Brady says:

    New year, new video, new nails wiggles fingers nEw vOiCe cOUGH COUGH

  2. Susannesrgå Sundqvist says:

    17:44 haha for some reason I thought it looked like a angry nun

  3. Aliya J'anai says:

    Me screaming through the computer screen for the first half of the video: USE MORE YELLOW!!!!!!!!
    Rin not listening
    Rin adding more "red"
    Rin adding more of the taupe color
    Rin finally adding yellow: The color I was missing was yellow!!!
    Me still through the computer screen: That's what I saaaiiiddd!!!!!!! 😂😂😂😂

  4. Nicolette Watson says:

    That's it! I am drawing again in 2020! Thank you for your constant inspiration!!!🧡🧡🧡🧡

  5. Isabella Selman says:

    Rin: I don’t know what kind of tree this is
    Me: play Minecraft 😂

    Edit: wow all those likes

  6. Cassie Thornley says:

    Jello you're a huge inspiration to me I have been watching your videos for a few years now keep doing what your doing💜💜💜💜

  7. Bella BEE says:

    I've never seen a pink lion but it looks amazing

  8. Hameda Odeh says:

    Normal people be like:Oh my gosh
    Artist be like:Oh my gaushe

  9. Jared’s Community says:

    Omg did anyone hear her voice sounds different. I guess bc she is sick but lol!

  10. Mariah Brown says:

    I was hoping you would make Lion from Steven's Universe lol, close enough I still love it.

  11. cream sky says:

    It looked like Lion from Steven universe at first

  12. Nekoette Tab says:

    I've been watching your channel for years and I got so confused when I saw I wasn't subscribed

  13. katelyn robinson says:

    They are all quite handsome

  14. Toni charne says:

    Hey could u do a video about drawing feet in different perspectives? Because I just don’t get them😩❣️

  15. The witches Cat says:

    I am the worst at drawing lions in the history of the world

  16. Bailey Lawson says:

    When you realize there’s going to be a sketch book tour soon 😆

  17. el says:

    Watching this at 2am

  18. Eva Samarsky says:

    When she was drawing the background and was like: "I forgot what these trees were called." My intellect Minecraft brain said acacia

  19. Tayla Tay says:

    Rin in one of your vids you got this stuff that takes stains off desks and I can’t remember what it was called I was looking through your videos and could still not find it if you know what it is called could you please tell me. Thankyou

  20. Central Cie says:

    ✨Small art channel ✨

  21. Sallisa Auger says:

    Is your name actually waffles

  22. Sophia Oudeboon says:

    I think that in the outro you should write "subscribble" instead of subscribe XD

  23. sing with alaika says:

    * Me started drawing like her *
    Me starts painting

  24. Tessa the Book Lady says:

    0:07 same girl same

  25. . ̄_ツ_/ ̄ says:

    Just had a staring competition with the first lion

  26. Nikkie J. says:

    I really like you drew the lions. Maybe you can do a spread of giraffes. I've never really drawn lions so I should practice.

  27. InsideJokesAndEggYolks says:

    The background is so good! I love the colours and the trees, and it makes the lions pop!

  28. Jay Bubbles says:

    Me: Sees that Rin has posted and excitedly begains to watch.
    Me: Watches Rin add water to acrylic paint and immedietly dies.

    PS. No hate waffles! I love you so much!

  29. Alexander Brown says:

    I’m curious- are you gonna do the repunzel redraw this year?

  30. Chris Cassin says:

    Acacias. The trees are called acacias.

  31. Julia Stoyanova says:

    U are amazing can you please do more animals please

  32. Oliver Goldsmith says:

    You should do a review on art skills markers

  33. Анастасия Пустовая says:

    Нарисуй что-нибудь из мультика

  34. Be Nice Eat Rice says:

    Omg I've been watching you for about 4 years, but only now realized I wasn't subscribed. :((

  35. Celia Roseboom says:

    You need waaay more yellow 😉 oops I see you added it later.

  36. Allie Beau says:

    “I’ve decided to let germs take refuge in my immune system.”

    Leave it to Rin to turn getting sick into a positive-sounding occurrence 😂

  37. BeckyThErAat Boo says:

    Can u do a review on the TOUCHFIVE markers plz, they are like copic

  38. Rameen Saleem says:

    hey every one my channel is about art ,i am 13 years old and i love art i created my page to show y'all the journey of art

  39. Petter Solstad says:

    Is it just me who finds her voice very soothing?

  40. Diana says:

    You are like a real life Phoebe whose voice turns sexy when germs enter her immune system!! You sound so mature now!!

  41. Draw So easy says:

    Love you rin!!

  42. Annabelle Boyd says:

    Why does her voice, even when she's sick, make me so HAPPY? You have a nice voice, Rin.

  43. Marlow Makes says:

    Any ideas on how to get better for a kid begginner!? Thanks!! Y'all so talented!!!

  44. tangy tablets says:

    Maybe its mane-belline

  45. Mar Smith says:

    You are an atist

  46. Kalyssa Smith says:

    Rin: but we are running low on our square space here. *shows the rest of the sketchbook pages left
    Me: yay we get to snoop at another sketchbook
    Also you are amazing you have inspired me to draw more (also I got brush markers)

  47. Alyson Zuniga says:

    Back then: Bob Ross
    Now: YouTube artists

  48. Doljinsuren Enhbat says:

    will you draw zodiac sings

  49. Emma LeQueen says:

    You should try repainting a doll!!!!

  50. Maria Ungureanu Toderascu says:

    It is just me or Rin's voice is diffrent?

  51. Josh Pacheco Dance says:

    I thought this said sketchbook of my loans and I had a small panic attack

  52. Hayden keir says:

    Have you tried lemouchet markers?

  53. Zaralynn Stryker says:

    When are you planning on making your yearly Rapunzel video?

  54. Manjula Gunaweera says:

    I just love wiff waffles drawings!!!
    It's Soooo cool and ur Soooo talented it's really awesome and i luv how u make jokes…. i think ur pretty cool💞😝😊

  55. Night Raptor Black Hunter says:

    Omg thank you I adore lions 🦁

  56. Boomer -a says:

    Do a lot of these gorgeous sketches ♥️😍

  57. mwofle0021 says:

    acacia trees ^_^

  58. Photopaint Photo says:

    Her: we’re artists okay we a little emotional
    Me: raises hand

    Yea yea people have already said this and I’m a few days behind but I was waiting for her sketch book to be done so I can be surprised by her tour of her book
    Like no spoilers?

    So when your sick your get emotional to? Okay I’m not the only one then 🙃

  59. _kitalovezart _ says:

    Arent those trees she was talking bout called acacia?

  60. Carissa JoJo says:

    I love drawing lions, basically animals in all! I am a huge watercolor fan lol

  61. Bloodyfeather says:

    I think the issue is you’re looking for contrast when what you really need is more practice using shapes. I recommend Marco Bucci and Chris Hong Art’s videos for that concept

  62. Cinnamon Mandy says:

    how does one get THIS GOOD at drawing animals???

  63. littlekitsune1 says:

    If you can't figure out the manes, just give them all goofy hair styles. Lion with an afro. Lion with braids. Lion with a pompadour.

  64. Lisetella Popescu says:

    The last lion looks like a translucent ghost lion looking out for the 2nd to last lion and protecting it! ;0; hell yeah

  65. Night Raptor Black Hunter says:

    When she draws the lion sitting and ses head wut goes on in head. HeAD ShOUlders KnEeSE And tOES

  66. Olivia Webb says:


  67. Timothy Stevens says:

    Is it just me or is she the only YouTuber that she sounds different while sick

  68. Poppy Celador-Boudin says:

    she always turns it into a tutorial when she is sketching

  69. Aoibhin x says:

    It’s so annoying when someone’s watching you draw in public or something, because it always looks weird at the start! And everyone’s like “what’s that?” And I’m just like JUST WAIT SWJHDYX- I swear just wait and it will look good!!

  70. jackie mizz says:

    thats a really sexy lion

  71. Nicole Rose says:

    In order to get the tan or browns your looking for you would use red and yellow for the undertone and blue to desaturate it and make it more of natural color, white is to lighten the color to make it tan instead of brown, and in order to get more of a golden brown you would need about 2 times more yellow than red. It just takes trial and error

  72. Maddie Bear says:

    wait did anyone notice that her voice doesn’t sound like her voice?

  73. petitoiseau dusoleil says:

    Rin „The eyes are getting a bit too humanoid for me… creepy!“
    Cats the movie „Am I a joke to you?“

    Correct answer is yes btw

  74. Chris Clark says:

    Have you ever drawn something than you come back to it later and you think it looks bad… cuz I have 😰😰😰

  75. ραѕѕιση вαт says:

    This makes me wanna draw a lion

  76. Tina Kitty says:


  77. genjuii says:

    At first the pink lion looked like lion from Steven Universe

  78. Jayla Martin says:

    Me: New year new personality

    Waffles: new germs 🦠 and new. Voice that makes every think some one is acting like

  79. Leona Bastet says:

    The drawings are very nice BUT all that ridiculous waving around of the hands and showing off. Both unnatural and unnecessary. People click on to see art work and not to see hands flailing about for no good reason. Spoils what could be an enjoyable video. I won't be watching any more – too distracting and annoying.

  80. Jena Carter says:

    8:27 the lion from steven universe be looking like

  81. Paula S.M.F says:

    Uau você desenha bem demais!!!!! Parabéns!!!!! ❤❤❤

  82. Aleksandra Djuric says:

    ME: hearing ur voise

    ME:are u cold?

  83. Chelsea Holt says:

    love listening and watching waffles draw when im drawing.
    I was drawing a rabbit and now it looks more like a kangeroo hahahah

  84. Kayla Kay says:

    I let germs take over me too. Lol!

  85. Alex D says:

    I did a study on noses lol

  86. EverythingALEX Lol says:

    What’s the exact brand of the mechanical pencil u use, if u remember it, I like how it looks like… light.. but heavy- ish

  87. Gabriella Baldwin says:

    Looks like the pink lion from Steven universe 😍

  88. SimplySpoiled says:

    The way u draw animals and characters are so different!

  89. London Elizabeth says:

    Love the vibe

  90. Okaruno says:

    okay i always see you do this and it makes me scream inside (i know you are doing your best i mean hell you art is amazing !) BUT pleaaase dont add yellow to the red . its better to add red TO the yellow because if not you will end up wasting a lot of paint and sure maybe you do want a lot of paint but for some pupose its more economic to do that instead !!!
    (excuse my wobbly english)
    okah im out !! luv you ! <3

  91. Horsie Lover 1 says:

    All I can think of is the lion king

  92. Courtney Kocijanski says:

    U should draw simba from the lion king

  93. Honey.comb.T says:

    The Leo’s are pleased.

  94. Pirate Cat says:

    I love how you narrate your thought processes! It helps me feel more confident about rolling with my mistakes.

  95. Charizard OwO says:

    Could you do one with Cats

  96. Ducky Games says:

    Am I the only one who thinks she sounds like Miley Cyrus cause her voice is dead? No just me? Aight

  97. Brianne Armstrong says:

    It would be cool if you do animals reference drawings cuz I need to learn how to draw big and small

  98. Kathrin Jenner says:

    You can mix in the complimentary colors to dull your colors down if they seem too saturated to you

  99. Catherine says:

    Alternative title: Artist forgets the word "orange" exists for 20 minutes straight

  100. Diamond Art says:

    You are the best artist ever !!! @drawingwiffwaffles

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