Drawing El Deafo with the letter U

17 Mar

I hope everyone is staying healthy and sane. I’m thinking about everyone trying to navigate this new world…and it brings me a little comfort to know that so many of us are trying to keep the scary stuff at bay.

I’ve made a new little video for you. It’s like the other drawing videos I posted previously: the letter U (especially upside down) is a great starting point for all kinds of drawings.

Here’s the latest. Even my character El Deafo starts with an upside down U! I hope you’ll use the letter U in your own cool ways. Stay well, my friends.

2 Responses to “Drawing El Deafo with the letter U”

  1. Margie Jackson March 17, 2020 at 12:10 pm #

    Hi! It’s good to hear from you. The other two videos were really cute, and I will watch this one too. But first I wanted to tell you that the letter U is the one Marshall missed out on in kindergarten because that’s the week his teacher’s grandmother passed away and there was a substitute. I don’t think she knew that they were doing one letter per week for the whole school year and up until sometime in first grade Marshall was not real familiar with the U. How about that? Maybe I should send him this?

    Is there anything else that you can think of you want out of Annell‘s house? I know there are some drawings that you’re looking for and if we find them you’ll have them. Our friend Sharon is working on it as we speak. Just let me know if you think of anything.

    Stay safe and well, and we hope to see you soon! I thought it would be tomorrow in Takoma Park… But…

    Xoxo Margie

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Kenneth A Jones March 17, 2020 at 12:39 pm #

    This is wonderful. Thank U !!!

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