5 Ways to Fill Your Sketchbook - TV/Movie edition! Drawing ideas you NEED to try
Hey guys, it's Megan!
I'm FINALLY back with another sketchbook video. I know a lot of you have been asking what happened to this series.
Honestly, I've done so many of these that it's becoming little harder to think of new ideas!
In this episode, I decided to do a "TV/Movie" theme. I've watched A LOT more TV this past year than I have in a long time. One of my favorite things to watch has been 80s/90s sitcoms (especially since a lot of them are available for free!) and I've watched a lot of "reality" shows too.
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Shows I mentioned in this video/where to watch them:
Full House: Watch on Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV or Philo with a subscription. (you could also buy each episode for $1.99 on YouTube or Google Play)
The Babysitters Club (2020) : Available only on Netflix
The Babysitters Club (1990): Most episodes can be found for free on YouTube here.
The Babysitters Club (1995 movie): can be purchased on Amazon Prime video, YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, or Apple TV. They had this movie on a lot of the free sites over the summer (like Roku) so I’d hold off because they seem to rotate their content and it might be free again.
My Girl (1991): TECHNICALLY only available to buy, but I did find a link to watch it for free on DailyMotion (it has subtitles in another language, but the whole movie is there and the sound is fine)
Roseanne: can be watched for FREE on Peacock (www.peacocktv.com) or Amazon Prime video
The Connors: can be watched on Hulu, FuboTV, or YouTube TV with a subscription. Season 3 is available for free on abc.com.
Punky Brewster: The original (1984-1988) AND the reboot (2021) can be found on Peacock for FREE (www.peacocktv.com)
(PS – I have no affiliation with any of the shows/movies mentioned in this video.)