Archive | December 2016

All about my new guinea pigs!!!!! by Maude

Hi. Did you know that it was my birthday on the 5/7/2016 and can you guess what I got? I got two little baby guinea pigs. You might all ready know that I have been wanting them since I was 2 or 3. I named them Marshmallow for the white one and Bear the brown one. They have a big cage their favourite foods are carrot, red cabbage, corn, grass, grapes and apple and a special type of guinea pig food.  You have to clean out their cage once a week and give them clean water once a week as well. They come in the house a  lot. They get a bit scared because I have a cat and dog too!

Penny, 21 Dec 12 Castaway in Scotland via Compfight

How to draw a seal pup! by Maude

Grey Seal PupCreative Commons License jonathan_siberry via Compfight  

Hello today I am going to tell you how to draw a seal pup.

  1.  Draw a large oval shape  for the body and a smaller one for the head. Add  a rounded shape at the back for the hind flipper and a narrow, curved shape for the front leg.

2.  Shape the body and tail so they are flowing shape.

3.  rub out your Gide-lines. shade the eyes and nose leaving some highlights.

4.  You can colour it in any colour  you like!!

The instructions for the baby animal drawings are from a book called:

How to draw Baby Animals” by Lisa Regan and Steve Roberts.

 

 

How to draw a penguin chick by Maude

Hello today I am going to teach you how to draw a penguin chick.

1 Draw a large egg shape for the body, with a small circle shape for the head.

2 Draw lines to show the markings on the head. Sketch in the eyes and beak. Add pointed shapes for wings.

3 Shade the darker areas on the head and wings.Fill in the eyes and beak, leaving a tiny highlights uncoloured.

4 Build up  colour gradually using lots of short pencil strokes in soft blue and grey. Add light yellow detail around the eyes. Shade the feet, leaving highlighted areas pale to make them look hard and shiny.

The instructions for the baby animal drawings are from a book called:

How to draw Baby Animals” by Lisa Regan and Steve Roberts.

 

All about Tigers By Samara.

Tiger TengahCreative Commons License Soren Wolf via CompfightCreative Commons License Soren Wolf via Compfight.com

Hi! I am going to tell you all I know about Tigers.

  1. Tigers are in the cat family.
  2. They can NOT be pets!!
  3. They can be dangerous.
  4. Some people (not many ) in other country’s OWN a TIGER as a pet!
  5. Tigers have orange and black stripes on their back and their head is orange and there is a white frill bit around the tigers face.
  6. Female tigers look different to male tigers.
  7. Tigers are carnivores – they eat meat.