Are you a fan of kawaii doodle projectsI absolutely love everything about Kawaii from Hello Kitty to chibi characters and everything in between. I have writing paper, pajamas, movies, stickers and little characters. What can I say, they just make me happy? I was recently sent Kawaii Doodle Class by Zainab Khan (creator of Pic Candle) for review. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
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Kawaii Doodle Class
The Japanese word kawaii translates to “cute,” and this how-to book is chock-full of super-adorable images of tacos, sushi, smoothies, clouds, rainbows, cacti, doodle monsters, Christmas trees, lipsticks, teacups, and more for your adoration.
Popular kawaii artist Zainab Khan shows you how to draw 75 super-cute characters with simple step-by-step illustrations and instructions. She has also included fun search-and-find images and inspiration boards that show you how to give your characters different facial expressions and zany accessories.
Thanks to this crash course in Kawaii Doodle Class, soon you will be enhancing your notebooks, stationery, artwork, and more with your own unique kawaii world!
Kawaii Doodle Class: Sketching Super-Cute Tacos, Sushi, Clouds, Flowers, Monsters, Cosmetics, and MoreCrayola Colored Pencils, 50 Count Set, Pre-sharpened,Drawing Supplies,Vibrant ColorsReaeon 200 Gel Pens Coloring Set 100 Gel Pen plus Refills for Adults Coloring Books Drawing Painting Writing
I love how simple this book is to use. All you really need is a ruler, pencil, and an eraser. Of course, once you’re experienced, you can use gel pens or markers if you prefer as well. The book is broken down into types of kawaii: food and drink, nature, doodle monsters, cute, and holidays. You can focus on the type of kawaii you prefer or simply start at the beginning and move forward. There is room to doodle in the book itself, or you can doodle in a journal or on a blank piece of paper or cardstock. This really is so much fun to do either to create note cards or simply as a way to relax at the end of the day. I think I’ve got the donut down pretty good!
And, the author was an engineer who quit her full-time job to become a full-time doodle artist. You should check out her YouTube channel which is absolutely amazing. Buy this on Amazon today.
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