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We have created some step by step drawings for you to take part in. We have worked with former YKC member Lizzie Cadmore to give you the opportunity to draw seven Pedigree dog breeds, one from each of the groups. We have also created a beginners step by step guide that you could give a go before trying one of the below. 

Focusing on each of the seven Pedigree dog groups you have the chance to draw: 

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Once complete

Once you have completed one, we'd love to see how you got on, why not show off your work by using the following: 

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Members drawings

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Find out more about the artist 

''In 2006 I became a member of the YKC and the opportunities and friendships you make were certainly the best part about it. Without this I certainly wouldn’t be where I am now. Drawing was always something I studied through school and continued to study until A Level. Although I went on a different route for university I still found I’d be drawing in my spare time, so to be doing it now as a job feels right, although it’s not always easy! I love the fact I can choose my own hours so I can walk, train, and show my dogs when I want, but also I have the chance to create some lovely pets on paper with pencils or coloured pencils for people to hang on their walls and smile at when they look at them. Receiving messages from clients to say I’ve captured their pet is an amazing feeling! If anyone is thinking of becoming an artist, all I can say is do it. If it’s something that comes naturally and you’re willing to work hard, there’s no reason why creativity can’t be a career. We all make mistakes with artwork and it’s these errors that will help you improve so just keep drawing and don’t give up. Experiment with different mediums (pencil, paint, etc) and find something you feel most comfortable with. Also, watch professional artist’s tutorials and you’ll certainly find techniques or tips that you’d never have thought of before. A successful artist for me isn’t necessarily someone who makes the most, but is one that can create something that has an effect on people and makes them think''

Visit Lizzie website here. 

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