Free | Quick | Easy : Create a Cartoon Rabbit in 6 Steps with the Number ’60’

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This is the Step By Step Process For Your Kid To Draw A Flower-Pot. You can share this step by step process of drawing and other visual art with your kids.Its absolutely Free, Quick and Easy.

6 Steps Process To Draw A Cartoon Rabbit with Number ’60’

 

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This is what we can get with this exercise

Step 01 : Draw  or Write the Number 60 , check the image below

Step 02 : Draw  and join both the figure  6 and 0  in the number 60 . Also draw a circle as tail and two elliptical circles as the Ears of the Rabbit. Check the image below

Step 03 : Draw the legs of the rabbit and join them to complete the volume. Check the image below

Step 04 : We are almost done with the basic shape of the Rabbit. Now add few details to the ears, face and legs.

Erase the overlapping line near the rear leg. Add Eyes, Nose, Lips and Hairs which are stretching out near by  nose area from both left and right side of the face .

Check the image below

Step 05 :  We are almost done!  Now just need to add the color. We will take brown color, however you can fill some other color if you want.

I have alter the color of the   inner ear area  with some light shade of brown so as  to distinct the ears from body and face.

Check the image below

Step 06 : Now Just add color to the eyes and nose of your choice. I have added very dark brown for eyes and red for the nose.

Check the image below

Its Done! Hope you enjoyed.

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Free | Easy | Quick : Step By Step Process For Your Kid To Draw A Flower-Pot

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This is the Step By Step Process For Your Kid To Draw A Flower-Pot. You can share this step by step process of drawing and other visual art with your kids.Its absolutely Free, Easy and Quick .

 

9 Steps Process To Draw A Flower-Pot

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This is what we can get with this exercise

(We are not going to draw the design which is on Flower Pot in the reference image, its out of the scope of this exercise)

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Note* : Try to create all the rectangle shapes with soft or easy corners.

Step01 : Draw a circle  for pot basic shape.

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Step02 : Draw a rectangle overlapping the circle for the neck of  the pot. FP_Step-02

Step03 : Erase the intersecting/overlapping Circle and  draw a thin rectangle over the neck of  the pot.Now its looks like a Pot

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Step04 :  Lets make it beautiful by adding more simple shapes and lines to it.Draw thin rectangle over the neck line.  FP_Step-04

Step05 :  Erase the neck line and draw a rectangle overlapping the lower side of the big circle. This is for the base of the pot  FP_Step-05

Step06 :  Erase the Overlapped big circle near its base.FP_Step-06

Step07 : Lets decorate the pot, so it looks like a Flower Pot. Draw two zigzag lines on the big circle with its center.

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Step08 :  Draw three small circle on the neck area with equal distance between them.

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Step09 : Erase the both outer part of the circles. And Draw a thin rectangle at the Flower pot base for the floor .FP_Step-10

Its Done. You can color it if you want. Hope you liked it. Have Fun!

GANPATI BAPPA MORIYA!

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Free | Quick | Easy : Step By Step Process To Draw A Teddy Bear For Your Kid

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Pictureviz Studio is very excited to start this blog series for your kids. You can share this step by step process of drawing and other visual art with your kids.Its absolutely Free, Quick and Easy.

15 Steps Process To Draw A Teddy Bear

 

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This is what we can get with this exercise

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Step01 : Draw a circle  for body.

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Step02 : Draw another  circle as smaller than the body circle for head, which overlaps the body circle.

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Step03 : Draw another two small overlapping circle for ears.

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Step04 : Erase the inner overlapped circles .

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Step05 : Draw another circle for mouth .

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Step06 : Draw a circle and a curved line for nose & lips .

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Step07 : Two very small circles for eyes.

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Step08 : Draw to circles either side of the body for the hands .

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Step09: Now draw  sets of  two little curved lines for both the hand as arms of our teddy .

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Step10 : Draw two circles either side of the  lower body as the Feet .

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Step11 : Now draw  sets of  two little curved line for both the feet as legs of our teddy .

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Step12 : It is almost done! Now, we will draw a Bow-Tie for our little teddy . Draw two circles just below the neck.(the circles here are not complete,they touches the chin of our teddy )

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Step13 :  Draw one circle each just inside both circles below the neck. (the circles here are not complete,they touches the chin again)

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Step14 :  Draw to ribbon shape which connects or touches in the center of the neck.

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Step15 :  Finally, Draw as smaller and incomplete circle inside both ears.

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Its Done. You can color it if you want. Hope you liked it. Have Fun!

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Website Development for Renowned Director Mr. Nagesh Kukunoor Sir’s Film Production by Pictureviz Studio.

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Pictureviz studio along with the Raumento  successfully completed the Web development work for the Renowned Indian Film Director Mr. Nagesh Kukuknoor Sir’s Film Production.

Please click here to have a look to the website.

I would like to thanks Nagesh sir and his Former Assistant Mr. Ranjeet Jha,  to provide me such a great opportunity.

I would like to congratulate Nagesh Sir for the release of his Film Dhanak.

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“On the Brink of Famine” a Virtual Reality Documentary.

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Immense pleasure to announce about a project we worked on will be releasing on 1st March. Please check the teaser on Facebook 360 Degree.Outstanding Experience to work on this project and really thankful to My Dear Friend MR.EVAN WEXLER and My Guru MR.BEHRAM PATEL to give me a great opportunity  to work on this project named “On the Brink of Famine”.

 

MANY THANKS!

 

The Drop: On the Brink of Famine – 360° VideoThe only way to get food into some war-torn regions of South Sudan is by dropping it from the sky.Experience a food drop through the power of Facebook 360° in the first scene of a new immersive documentary by FRONTLINE and The Brown Institute for Media Innovation, with support from the Ford Foundation and MINY Media Center by IFP. Full documentary coming March 1.

Posted by FRONTLINE on Sunday, February 21, 2016

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Explanatory Video Animation For Family Zone by Pictureviz.com

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Pictureviz studio is very glad to say that we have successfully done animation videos project for our client from Australia for their Brand Name Family Zone, an excellent Internet Parental Control Product & Service in Australia.Please Like & share it!

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