How to Draw a Wedding

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In a wedding you have to very important people - the bride and groom. Draw a wedding with help from an artist who teaches art to children and adults in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Patricia, I'm an artist, and I'm going to show you how to draw a wedding. In a wedding you have two very important people. Can you guess who they are? Yup, the bride and the groom. So right here I am drawing a beautiful bride, and let see here, here is her long flowing dress, starts way at the side of her body, here we go, long flowing dress. We're going to make it strapless, because I feel like strapless are very popular right now. It's a beautiful white strapless dress, and then in addition to that we have the veil of course, and the bouquet. Alright, and then every bride should have something blue, so we're going to give her a pair of blue shoes. And there you have the bride. You know, add the face, she's very happy, so a big smile, and hair, whatever you'd like. But I'm going to move on to the groom, also a very important person. Very happy because he's marrying the love of his life. Hopefully we can all say that. Alright. And this guy is going to get a top-hat, it's a fancy wedding. And, lets see, he of course is wearing a tux with tails. So you have these two very important people. Now who is the other very important person? Can you guess? Yup, the minister or the rabbi, or whoever is marrying the two people. So you can put them over here, in front of them, behind them. This person is just going to get, this, sometimes they hold a book, sometimes they don't, so we'll give this guy a book. And then, other than that, you have the ground, you have all the people there, they're that way, so depending on your picture, however you want to draw them. But, here's your wedding. Enjoy.

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