Welcome to Art Tutorials! ☆
This studio is where you can find how to draw certain things, from human bodies to Warrior Cats! I made this studio quite a while ago because I was a beginner artist and wanted somewhere to store all of the helpful art projects that I found. Now, I'm a bit more experienced and I hope that new Scratchers, beginner artists and experienced ones alike can learn from these! ☆
Tutorial Count: More than 329 ☆
Project Guidelines ☆
☆ Mainly is an art tutorial! (This can include 3D modelling, sculptures and origami as well!)
☆ Have a thumbnail! (Although some don't at the moment, we would like them to have one!)
☆ Be descriptive! (Be in depth in your explanation, imagine you are teaching an alien to draw it!)
☆ You can also add projects with tips to improve your art! (Help newer artists develop their skills!)
If you are not sure if your project fits, ask a curator, and remember, digital, traditional and models are allowed in here! ☆
How To Curate ☆
We have come up with some new guidelines for curation, and that is if you send a link to one of your art tutorials you have made, or a few that other people have made to show us what you'd add! ☆
Managers will be trusted people and great artists on Scratch, so if you have a question about art, ask them and they will be happy to tell you all about it! ☆
What is a tutorial? ☆
A tutorial is basically something that helps people do something. An art tutorial will help people improve their art or teach them how to do a different style of art or mostly help you draw a new thing!
What is a thumbnail? ☆
A thumbnail is the main picture you will see before you start the project. By drawing a sprite that fills up the whole screen, then adding the script: 'when flag clicked, hide'. Then save it (while the thumbnail is showing), and it should work. If you want to see an example, then look at some of the other projects for help!
For more information on thumbnails, go here: http://wiki.scratch.mit.edu/wiki/Thumbnail ☆
What is a link? ☆
A link is the thing we type into Google so we can get to a particular project easier! An example of a weblink is scratch.mit.edu/users/pastelistic, because this takes you to Pastel's profile faster - and you don't even have to search for it! Click on the project you want the link of first from your profile. Most browsers will show the link at the top of your screen, just look for where it says 'http' or 'https', highlight that and all of the words / letters after it and right click. Select 'Copy' or hold 'Ctrl' and 'C' and then go onto this studio comments and right click and press 'Paste' or 'Ctrl' and 'V'.
For more useful information on links, go here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/11954919/ ☆
Thumbnail made by @wherewhytooth, who has now deleted her account ☆
This studio was created on 18/04/2015! (DD/MM/YYYY) ☆