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Hi, I’m Girls with Heart Ambassador Emma, and today I’m going to share with you my thing, which is drawing. Today I’m going to be drawing a unicorn. So first thing that I want to do every time I draw a unicorn is kind of make a U shape. And that’s going to be the head and snout. So once we have that U shape, we kind of want to build off of that and make ears. Make sure they’re not too small ’cause we’re going to be drawing something right in the middle. You get to be perfect. Perfection. Now once you finish with the face and body, you want to move on to the mane and don’t forget the little tail. Oopsie. Once you have that done, don’t forget to add the lines to the tail and the mane to make sure they look like they’re moving. Now it’s time to add the sparkles that every unicorn needs. Sparkles are comin’ off his horn. Ta-da. He’s doin’ magic tricks for all, all of you.

Let’s put one right here. And then, if you want to add, maybe some to his eyes, you can. I like to use a Sharpie to ink my drawings before I color them in. I’m using the ombre effect on the hair, which is where one color gradually fades into another color. I’m starting off with red, to go like the rainbow, but it’s not going to go in the exact order.

So once you have a lot of purple, a lot of pink, a lot of red, you’re going to move on to the next color, which is blue. Almost there. We did it! We finished the mane. Look at it, all its glory. Ta-da! Here it is all finished. Drawing has taught me that with every new piece of paper is another opportunity to try something different. Other girls should try drawing because it’s a good, creative way to spend your time. Also, you don’t have to draw according to the rules. You can draw any way you want to. Thank you, Justice, for letting me share my story. And don’t forget to subscribe to see more Justice videos.

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