A video tutorial by Hanna Barberas, the creator of Avocado cartoon characters, has become one of the most requested cartoons of all time, garnering more than 16 million views since it was uploaded to YouTube on December 13, 2017.
In this video tutorial, Barber as the narrator introduces the process of drawing avocados with a cartoon character, explaining the process and explaining the benefits of using the Adobe Illustrator app.
She also explains the differences between a cartoon and a cartoonist.
The avocademy.com website has already had a huge impact on the avocadian cartoon community, with hundreds of thousands of people posting their avocadas, which have become so popular that even Disney is looking into how to use them.
“Avocado is a cartoon so there’s a lot of avocador work that goes into it,” Barber said, adding that the process is similar to how it was done for the Disney characters.
“So there’s still a lot to do.
I’m always learning new things about it.
There’s always more work to do.”
She also shared some tips to get started with avocaderas.com.
“You can start with your finger.
You can draw a little bit of your hand, you can draw your fingers.
It’s not hard, but it can take a while to get used to,” she said.
“And it can be a little tricky to draw on your own paper.
You have to work on your fingers and it takes a lot more time to do that.”
Barber has been drawing avo’s for years.
She started her career in 2003, as a child drawing cartoon characters on the pages of a book, and it was at this time that she got interested in drawing cartoons as well.
Barber’s passion for avo began when she was 10 years old, and her parents sent her to an art class at the local library.
She soon started drawing the characters in her head, and she has been writing her own avo comic since she was 13.
“My parents have always been very supportive of my avo and avo drawing,” she told BuzzFeed News.
“They wanted me to keep doing it.
They didn’t really care about how I did it.
I thought it was cool.”
Barber was very busy during her childhood.
“My parents always had me work in the kitchen at home and when I went out with them, they always wanted me at a party and wanted to see how I was doing.
I would work on avo for hours and hours,” she recalled.
“I loved the avo.
They were always happy.
I liked drawing avos and they were always super supportive.”
In 2012, Barbers younger brother was diagnosed with ALS.
“It was very hard on my brother,” she explained.
“He had a lot going on at the time.
I just wanted to be there for him and help him through it.
It was a hard time for me to be away from my brother, and that’s why I started drawing avoi.”
Barbers brother died in 2014, leaving her with an emotional burden.
“A lot of times it takes me a long time to get back to that,” she continued.
“At one point I started thinking about how we’re not doing anything for him, so I wanted to draw a lot.
But that didn’t feel good at all.”
Over time, Barbeds younger brother’s illness progressed, and he started to suffer from dementia.
Barbed also began drawing avios.
“For years, my brother had a hard-to-handle disease,” she says.
“His brain was always in a constant state of going in and out of the hospital.
He couldn’t eat, he couldn’t breathe.
I’ve been thinking about that for a long while.””
We’re not drawing aviocadias in the same way that we used to draw them.
The way that I draw them is different from how they used to be, but I don’t think that it’s a bad thing.
There are a lot that I love about the avios, like the way they look.
And I think that’s a very good thing.
They’re not like cartoons that are too big or too thin or too heavy or too big for the person who’s drawing them.
I think the thing that I really like about avo is that it doesn’t just come out of a person’s head.
It comes from the drawing process.”
“Avo is a way of being in the moment,” she added.
“That’s what I’ve always loved about it.”
Barreas animated avo cartoon series, Avocado, has already garnered more than 12 million views, and the Avocado comic book series has been published by Marvel Comics, and is slated for release by Dark Horse Comics later this year