ART CLASS WITH HERM! Episode 2! Draw the Mets Home Run Apple!

ART CLASS WITH HERM! Episode 2! Draw the Mets Home Run Apple!

by The 7 Line March 25, 2020 0 Comments

 

Grab your art supplies and draw with us!

Andrew "Herm" Hermida goes step by step to teach you how to draw the Mets Home Run Apple, and some of his favorite ballpark snacks!

CLICK HERE to draw Bobby Valentine! 
CLICK HERE to draw the Mr and Mrs Met!
CLICK HERE to draw Endy Chavez's catch!  

If you can't join us live, you can always catch the replay afterwards. Click HERE for Facebook, HERE for Periscope, HERE for Instagram, or HERE for YouTube.

We want to see your art!  Post your finished products on Instagram and tag #ArtClassWithHerm @hermherman and @the7line !! A few artists will be selected to win FREE T7L GIFT CARDS! Stay tuned for episode 3 next week! Happy drawing, and have fun! 




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