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  How to draw animals, people, pirate ships & more!
Free printable Drawing Lessons

Free Drawing Lessons: Pirate Treasure Chest

How to draw a Treasure Chest, page 1

How to draw a Treasure Chest, page 2


Free Drawing Lessons: Pirate ship

How to draw a Pirate Ship, page 1

How to draw a Pirate Ship, page 2

How to draw a Pirate Ship, page 3

Manga drawing


How to draw Manga, page 1

How to draw Manga, page 2

How to draw Manga, page 3

How to draw a Butterfly


Drawing lessons - draw a butterfly

Butterfly coloring page

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How to draw cartoons

How to draw Blort, page 1

How to draw Blort, page 2


Drawing Power! with Michael Moodoo is the innovative DVD series that helps viewers make realistic drawings of animals, pirates, dinosaurs and more!


Vol.3 Pirate Drawing Adventure

Vol.4 Safari Animal Drawing
Vol.3 Pirate Drawing Adventure DVD
Vol.2 Ultimate Dinosaur Drawing
Vol.1 Ultimate Drawing Tool-kit drawing-video-drawing-dvd

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

•Can anyone learn how to draw? Absolutely. Drawing Power! helps viewers of all ages develop drawing ability and creativity

Is it easy? Yes. Everything is broken down into basic shapes, like cubes, balls, and letter shapes. We also cover common mistakes and how to fix them.

•How quickly will I be able to learn? In just minutes, Drawing Power! provides step-by-step techniques to create objects, places, and characters from life or imagination

•What materials are needed? Just pencil and paper

-- Have fun drawing! --

Meet Michael Moodoo

Michael Moodoo (a.k.a. Michael Dowell) is the Host of Drawing Power! He is a professional animator who has worked on tv shows like "Futurama" and for Disney TV.

He is a former elementary school art teacher.

Moodoo is the creator and master puppeteer of "Moodoo Puppets" a live performance group based in Los Angeles, California.

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He is a loving father of three boys.

Drawing tips:

It's all in the wrist... (and the shoulder, too!)

It's a good idea to warm-up before you start drawing. In order to use the whole body, stand up and keep the knees slightly bent, like you're skiing. Lean over your desk and draw using your whole arm, not just the wrist. The first exercise is circles on a page. See the circles with your mind's eye and then begin. Fill up the page with circles. Now you're ready to draw!

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"Remember, there is a great artist inside you, who wants to create beautiful, heartfelt and satisfying drawings. I can't wait to see what you'll create!"

-Michael Moodoo, Host of Drawing Power!

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