This link opens a survey to  figure out what your Totem (Spirit animals) is, which we will use to draw, wearing trojan armor, engaged in a sport. This is a great list of Model Sheets, along with this Twitter Site. Though you can't view it at school, here's a link to  Model Sheets on Pinterest.

Hero Forge Custom Miniatures: This is the site Dave Landry uses for 3D modeling figurines for his D&D Club, Fridays after school... we can use them in our classes too, for drawing and shading characters. 

Step-by-Step Warm-Up Drawings is a frequently updated list of links from the warm-ups we do at the beginning of class each day, to get the creative juices flowing.

The Etherington Brothers have an incredible site for learning every aspect of Cartooning and Comics, as well as another bunch of tutorials. I'm not sure if Pinterest works at school, but try this link for a few ideas to draw.

This website is a great (out of print) resource for learning How to draw Cartoons. And here's a Bing search result for simple cartoons.

Interested in a career in Cartooning? Check out this article.

image of Andrew Loomis' Book, "Fun With a Pencil"
The "Granddaddy" of all Step-by-step Cartooning Books. Click the image to download.
Encyclopedia of Cartooning Techniques
Crave Painting Logo
Drawing Habit
icon/image: WebToon
WebToon YouTube
image = Scott McCloud's book cover, "Understanding Comics"
Scott McCloud's Innovative Book on Comic Books
Book Cover image, "Fantasy Cartooning"
Draw Animated Characters
icon: National Today
What is the National Day? Draw a Cartoon to celebrate it
Image of "How To Think When You Draw"
Click the image for their free Book, or this link for their drawing site, with hundreds of drawing tips.
The next time you have 2 hours and 40 minutes on your hands, learn how to draw chibis from this San Diego-Based Cartoonist. I know I will be trying them.
logo, Cartoons in the Classroom
Links to Cartoons in the Classroom, including downloadable Lesson Plans.

Stick figures are the foundation of good “action cartooning” and illustration. Here are a few helpful links to use as building blocks for our drawings, using the same method demonstrated in class this quarter. Add your own by clicking on one of the links and change the subject to something you’re interested in.

Baby Blues is one of my favorite comic strips. This video interview details how the two Cartoonists met, and began collaborating.

How to Draw Surfing Poses