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#DrawWithRob - Join his Saturday morning Art Club / enter a competition to create an environmentally inspired race-suit

If you haven't already come across Rob Biddulph, he is a fantastic children's illustrator and author - and the man behind #DrawWithRob.

Building on his hugely popular draw-along video sessions from the first lockdown, you can now join him for his Saturday Art Club (Saturdays 10am GMT/BST) - or watch any of his #DrawWithRob videos on demand from his website or YouTube Channel.

Rob has also recently teamed up with Envision Virgin Racing for a competition, where kids are asked to design an extra-special suit that the drivers will wear at a race later in the Formula E season. The competition will run until 25 February and is open to anyone under the age of 16.

Check out his amazing draw-along videos, each one covering a different animal or character. For example: a dolphin, Gregosaurus, racing car, snowman, toucan, robot, alien, monster, chameleon, Fred Bear ...

Join in and get drawing!

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When the coronavirus pandemic quarantine period began in Spring/Summer 2020, I realised that lots of people were going to find themselves at home with their children for several weeks/months looking for things to do. So I decided to post a draw-along video every Tuesday and Thursday that parents could watch with their kids and, hopefully, make some nice pictures. They have proved very popular, garnering millions of views across the world. On 21 May 2020 we broke the Guinness World Record for the largest online art lesson when 45,611 participants drew a whale with me. From September 2020 lockdown gradually began to ease and kids started going back to school, so I decided to move the #DrawWithRob video slot to Saturdays at 10am BST/GMT so that kids can join in with my Saturday Art Club.


art, free resources, age 5-7, age 7-11, ks1, ks2