Cute Pokémon Monster
Hi, I’m Phil Judd.
Welcome to this 8 Video lesson series that teaches you how to draw a Cute Pokemon Monster, step by step!
In the final video we discuss creative ideas that build on the foundation of this lesson series.
No experience necessary to begin your career as a cartoonist!
Introduction to the Cute Pokémon Monster
based on Pikachu Mini-Lesson Series
Black and white line drawing
Final colour drawing
Gladly say that the workshops were enjoyed by the children and they were all involved and presented some exceptionally good cartoon characters to share with friends and family.
Phil had good control of the sessions with children fully engaged. This was the second time we had the cartoon workshops and we will be looking to book another session.
Julie – Jamboree Heights OSHC Assistant Coordinator
Phil facilitated a recent cartoon workshop we held for 20 children between the ages of 6 and 15 years old. He arrived early and provided all the utensils needed for the workshop.
Phil had a professional and friendly manner that engaged well with the children. It was a delight to see the finished cartoons, and how excited the children were to be able to produce such great artwork with his encouragement.
His patience and humour were appreciated as the children were kept occupied for 2 hours.
We would definitely welcome Phil back for any further cartoon workshops and highly recommend him for any workshops being considered.”
Cathy McCabe – Encircle Community Mentoring Program
The kids really enjoyed your workshop, you made it easy for younger children and challenging for older children but still letting them create their individual drawings which was evident in the result. Well Done!
I think the success of the workshop really worked by picking a theme the children were really interested in.
Pokémon is popular with the kids at St Matthew’s OSHC! Thanks again it was an “Easy and Fun experience for children prep to year 7”
Julie Steel – Coordinator St Matthew’s Centacare OSHC
Meet the Instructor
Phil works as a full - time cartoonist, illustrator and animator through his business, Comic Express studio. He creates a wide variety of cartooning work including comic strips, single panel cartoons, humorous and straight illustration, puzzles, clip art, animation, and caricatures.
Custom artwork in all these areas is his speciality and his experience spans working with the private, business, and corporate sectors. Corporate work has included live Graphic Recording, Mind Mapping, and Image Branding.
He has had work in print for a wide range of magazines, and papers, and had a weekly Sunday strip in the Sunday Telegraph called ‘Pet Therapy’ for 13 years.
He worked as an inbetweener and animator with Hanna Barbera in the 1980’s on Scooby Doo, the Bernstein Bears and a range of other series. He also worked on the Footrot Flats movie ‘The Dogs Tale’.
He has run successful cartoon workshops for over 11 years, and recently hit his 950th workshop. In recent years he has created an online video lesson school teaching cartooning (Easy Cartoon Drawing School) and taught private lessons online regularly.
He has also produced a range of successful and popular ‘How to Draw’ cartoon books that are currently self-published.
Phil has worked Scholastic Publishers Australia illustrating a new children’s book series, for 2019/2020, called ‘Puppy Diary’.
Phil’s talent has been recognized in winning five first prizes in the annual Rotaries Cartoon Competition and two runner up medal.
His comic strip ‘Pet Therapy’ was nominated as a finalist for the best comic strip at the Australian Cartoonists Association awards ‘The Stanley’s’ in 2016.