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To ensure children receive the best out of our programme, children are given a step by step tutorial on how draw in relation to the theme of the week. Such an activity allows children not only to receive a well-rounded education on colour schemes and the co-relation of colours, but to also attain a broad set of drawing skillsChildren are then encouraged to create a background with a set of composition rules in mind to make their work look as visually appealing as possible.

This activity aims to drive a child's imagination to run free while being learning how to convey a message and develop storytelling ideas.  

October 2018

The all time’s favourite cartoon Pokemon is back. From 1997 till now, its still popular among children and adults with games and animations. Tajiri-san, the creator, first thought of Pokémon, albeit with a different concept and name, around 1989. The concept of the Pokémon universe, in both the video games and the general fictional world of Pokémon, stems from the hobby of insect collecting, a popular pastime which Pokémon executive director Satoshi Tajiri enjoyed as a child. Players are designated as Pokémon Trainers and to complete the regional Pokédex by collecting all of the available Pokémon species found.
Our students had so much fun learning to draw their favourite characters from basic shapes like, Pikachu, Mewtwo, Jiggly puff and more!  These are some of their works.

Keep a lookout for our previous Cartoon Drawing works by our students in our gallery!

September 2018

Fantasy Creatures

Dogs are wonderful, birds are great and cats are absolutely adorable. But that doesn’t mean they couldn’t use an upgrade. There are plenty of fictional creatures that we’d jump at the chance to see in real life. From crowd-pleasing unicorns to sphinxes that stem from Greek mythology, there’s an endless array of fantastical beasts to choose from. From Legend creatures to imagination creatures, our students even imagined their own creatures and draw them out. 

These are some of their wonderful creatures drawing.

August 2018

Future Land
The past is events that already occurred, our history, something unchangeable. But, the future is the unforeseen events that will happen in due.
Hence, we had our students visualise their ideal future land and illustrate it.
These are their works.

July 2018

Incredibles 2
Incredibles 2 is a 2018 American 3D computer-animated superhero film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Written and directed by Brad Bird, it is the sequel to 2004's The Incredibles and second installment of the film series. The plot follows the Parr family as they balance regaining the public's trust of superheroes with their civilian family life, only to combat a new foe who seeks to turn the populace against all supers. Our students get to choose and learn how to draw their favourite character from the movie. These are some of their works!

Superhero comic strip
Have you ever imagined yourself as a superhero? So do our students! They drew themselves as a superhero in comic style.
These are some of their works.

June 2018

Madagascar 3 
Madagascar 3 was produced by DreamWorks Animation in 2012, it was also the first series to be released in 3D. With interesting looking characters, it left a strong impression on children. The first movie starts with a bunch of zoo animals who are tired staying in the zoo, thus they escaped into the city. Having roamed around for awhile, the animals are caught by police and they were sent to Madagascar island by accident. How will they survive and go back to their home in the zoo? The students learn how to draw the characters step by step using basic shapes and lines. The students show their interest in this familiar animated movie, by drawing their own unique backgrounds. These are some of their works.

April 2018

Aquatic Animals
Many of us as children were obsessed with what lurked deep beneath the ocean, and so are our students! Be it sharks, whales, octopus or even fantasy creatures like mermaids or monsters. During these 2 weeks, our students have been using basic shapes and guidelines to draw their animal of choice, and using their creative way of thinking to draw their background. Here are some of their drawings!

Draw your partner

This week during the cartoon drawing sessions, our students were tasked to draw their partner. They were required to observe their friend’s facial characteristics, clothes and body type which they will then have to translate them onto paper. These are some of their works.

Cartoon drawing contest

Our students participated in a mini drawing contest featuring what they have learned in the past month, desert animals or aquatic animals. In the contest, they were not given any help from teachers and had to draw all by themselves. We did not judge them based on their age or how nice their drawing, but rather, how much effort they put into the drawings and how much they’ve improved. Here are the winners and their drawings!

March 2018

Desert Animals

Deserts are among the harshest habitats on Earth. Baking sun scorches the earth during the day, and temperatures plummet at night. Water and food are scarce, so the desert animals that make their home in the desert must be hardy and adaptable. For the past 2 weeks, our students have been learning how to draw at least 2 different types of Desert Animals step by step using basic shapes. They can choose to learn drawing the Fennec Fox, Camel, Desert Tortoise or Bat! Besides drawing the animals, we also taught them desert background which includes the pyramid and cactus. Everyone did a very good job! Well done!

February 2018

Arctic Justice-Thunder Squad

Arctic Justice-Thunder Squad is an upcoming 2018 British-Canadian computer-animated comedy-drama film co-written and directed by Aaron Woodley and co-directed by Dimos Vrysellas.  Our students learned how to draw the characters and arctic environment as the background.

January 2018


Everyone loves fruit. What is your favourite fruit? This time we taught our students how to draw a fruit step by step using basic shapes. We drew fruits like apple, watermelon, strawberry, lemon etc. After learning how to draw their favourite fruit, we taught them how to transform the fruit into a cartoon character by adding facial features, legs and hands.

Pastries and Fast Food

This week our students can choose to learn how to draw either pastries or fast food. They learned drawing pastries (Example: donuts, cakes and muffins) and fast food (Example: Burger, fries and hotdog bun) step by step using basic shapes. They then use their awesome creativity ideas to turn their pastries/fast food into a cartoon characters with creative background.

Paddington Bear

Paddington 2 movie is released on December 2017, directed by Paul King. It is the sequel to 2014's Paddington. This time our students don’t just learn how to draw a character in this movie. We also have a contest to let students create and draw the background by themselves. They need to recall what they had learned during cartoon drawing for this month, and use their creativity step by step to draw out a background theme using fruit, pastries or fast food. Every day, there will be three winner & the winner will win a present.

Congratulations to all the winners!!

December 2017

4 Legged animals

An animal usually move in quadrupedal manners is known as a quadruped, meaning "four feet". The majorities of 4 legged animals are vertebrate animals, including mammals such as cattle, dogs and cats, and reptiles such as lizards. Students beside learned how to draw a 4 legged animals, they also learned some knowledge about the animal that they drew.

The Croods 2

The Croods 2 is a 3D computer-animated comedy adventure film produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by 20th Century Fox. "The Croods 2," is an animated film about a prehistoric cave family. Our student learned how to draw a prehistoric period which contains fictional prehistoric creatures, character & background.

Gnomeo & Juliet

Gnomeo & Juliet is a 2011 British-American 3D computer-animated fantasy romantic comedy family film loosely based on William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. Our students learned how to draw the characters as well as the garden for the background.

November 2017


In the years since the release of Alien, the Alien has became one of the world's most recognized movie monsters and a popular-cultural icon. As a movie & cartoon have progressed, the creature's design has been modified in many ways, including different numbers of fingers and limb joints, and variations in the design of the Alien's head. For this cartoon drawing, we not only just teach the students how to draw Alien’s character, they also can use their creative idea to draw their own alien with outer space background.


Not everyone own a pet. Some of the most popular pets are dogs and cats but people may also keep other animals, such as rabbit, turtle, and hamster.  This month the students will use their creativity to draw a pet with background.


A bird is a creature with feathers and wings. Most birds can fly. Penguins and ostriches are flightless birds so they cannot fly. Our students learn how to draw a bird with different action & background.


Reptiles are cold-blooded vertebrates. They have dry skin covered with scales or bony plates and usually lay soft-shelled eggs. For example, turtles, lizards, crocodiles and dinosaursOur students learned how to draw and also the knowledge of reptile animals.

October 2017

My little Pony

The phenomenon of My Little Pony began with adorable Pony toys that were introduced in 1983. Later that year, the Ponies came to T.V. with My Little Pony s’ friends, the first of several iterations of My Little Pony series. Many newer fans of My Little Pony are most familiar with the latest series. In this month, our students get a change to learn how to draw my little pony character & their background, for example ‘the castle’.

DC character

DC Entertainment is iconic brands DC (Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, The Flash), Vertigo (Sandman, Fables) and so on. DC Characters are across all media, not only limited to film, television, consumer products, home entertainment and interactive games. DC Entertainment publishing thousands of comic books, graphic novels and magazines each year and is one of the largest English-language publishers of comics in the world.

This time, our students are very excited when they know they will be drawing the superhero that they like and during cartoon drawing time they are very happy to talk the story about their super heroes.

September 2017

Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by Turner Broadcasting System which is a division and subsidiary of Time Warner. It was founded by Betty Cohen and launched on October 1, 1992.

Besides, cartoon Network is the place to play free games and watch full episodes of favourite kids TV shows with apps and online videos! This time our students have change to learn how to draw Cartoon Network Character like Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Johnny Bravo, Power Puff Girls, Tom and Jerry and so on. Our students have a lot of idea to draw their interesting background.

The Lego Ninjago Movie

The Lego Ninjago Movie is an upcoming 3D computer-animated action-comedy martial arts film being produced by Warner Animation Group.
The story is about an old Master train the six Ninjas become heroes by night to defeat monsters and defend their island, Ninjago, with their awesome master builder skills. Apart from dealing with being a secret warrior, one young Ninja, Lloyd aka the Green Ninja, has to deal with defeating the evil warlord Garmadon, who is actually his dad.
This time our students will learn how to draw the Ninja character and background

August 2017

Strawberry Shortcake/Marvel Character:

Strawberry Shortcake is a brand character currently owned by Iconix Brand Group, which has agreed to sell it to Canadian children's television company DHX Media subject to regulatory approval. She was originally used in greeting cards, but was later expanded to include dolls, posters, and other products.

The Strawberry Shortcake properties also include a toy line of the character's friends and pets. In addition, the franchise has spawned television specials, animated television series, and films.

Marvel Comics is the common name and primary imprint of Marvel Worldwide Inc., formerly Marvel Publishing, Inc. and Marvel Comics Group, an American publisher of comic books and related media. In 2009, The Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel Entertainment, Marvel Worldwide's parent company.

Marvel counts among its characters well-known superheroes as Spider-Man, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Deadpool, Wolverine, Daredevil, Ms. Marvel, and Ant-Man, such teams as the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, the Inhumans, S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men, and so on.

The Emoji Movie:

The new movie for July, This animated comedy takes place in Textopolis, a world inside a smartphone that's inhabited by various Emojis. An Emoji named Gene is ashamed that he has multiple facial expressions while his colleagues only have one each, and he embarks on a quest to be like everyone else. 

All of students are excited when they draw the Emoji characters. They get to learn how to draw different kind of facial expressions.

For girls, they can choose to draw Strawberry Shortcake & for boys, will choose a super hero character to draw.

April 2017

Animal Crackers
Our students learnt to draw characters from the hilarious upcoming movie “Animal Crackers”! The Spanish-American film features the Huntington Family who incredulously inherits a circus and a box full of animal crackers. These crackers are able to transform people into different animals – their antics are sure to leave you roaring with laughter!

Our students also had a jolly Groot time learning to draw characters from Disney classics and also from the newest Disney productions! Have you caught Guardians of the Galaxy 2, the newest Disney/Marvel release? It was a blast!

March 2017


This month's cartoon drawing, we included a fun theme, "Nickelodeon"! With a wide selection of cartoon characters, each student uniquely chose their own special character to draw. Students also learnt to include creative background drawings. This allows them to immerse on their creativity and imagination skills!


This month we introduced a colony of the cute humanoids who lived in village of mushroom-shaped houses. What is that? Yes, The Smurfs!

With the movie, The Smurfs released this month, students could not stop chattering about it! Students were extremely excited after learning they would be drawing them. With the guidance of the teachers, students felt a sense of accomplishment upon drawing successfully with their own idealistic background drawings!

February 2017


Globalart Sengkang was a monster factory for one week this month! But instead of creating monsters that scared children, our students chose different features to draw their own unique monster that they love. Of course, some students still preferred the classics Mike and Sulley from Monsters Inc!

Rock Dog

Dog lovers heads up! The Tibetan mastiff Bodi leaves his home in Tibet to become a rock star in the city. In fact, the movie was based by a graphic novel by an actual rock star Zheng Jun. The movie is considered the most expensive Chinese-backed film to date and premiered in the Shanghai International Film Festival.

January 2017

Jungle Animals 
For the month of January, our students tried drawing characters from Madagascar the movie, and other jungle animals. This was a fair bit of challenge for the younger students – but many met the challenge and succeeded, drawing adorable animals with an interesting background. Many learnt how to draw vines, waterfalls and other forest scenery for the very first time.

Looney Tunes 
Students also revisited the Looney Tunes characters for January. We are very proud of some students who joined us last year and have improved greatly in drawing and colouring!

December 2016

Ratatouille  is a French dish – and also a classic story about achieving your dreams. Remy, a rat who dreams of becoming a famous chef, formed an alliance with a garbage boy by accident. This unlikely friendship propels the two to success and happiness. This inspiring, funny and positive movie was fondly remembered by our students, who drew Ratatouille for cartoon drawing time! 

Pororo & Friends Pororo
Pororo & Friends Pororo a blue penguin dressed up as a pilot, and his friends, an eclectic mixture of animals, all know how to play an instrument each! Our students learnt how to draw this talented group of friends – and had fun drawing them with interesting and unique backgrounds. 

Boss Baby
Most eldest children are familiar with the shift of attention towards a younger sibiling once he or she is born – so did Tim. But his younger brother is no ordinary baby! Although he cries and burps like a normal baby with doting parents cooing over him, he makes business calls in the dead of night. Our students learnt how to draw this adorable yet impressive character!

November 2016


The critically-acclaimed Trolls movie features a touching love story, a lesson on positivity, and outrageously big hair. Our students, many of whom are fans of this movie, are excited to find out that they could learn to draw Trolls for cartoon drawing. It was a rather challenging lesson for them – the Trolls’ bodies are small and difficult to draw for younger children. However, under the patient guidance of our teachers, our students managed to display some interesting artworks! 


This movie claims to make audiences sing their hearts out – indeed, our students thoroughly enjoyed the trailer we showed them. They also expressed their creativity through cartoon drawing, learning to draw the dynamic characters and laughing at their flamboyant dance moves. Do take a look at our students’ expressive and creative take on these characters! 

October 2016

Students ventured through deep marshes and dense forests to reach Smurf village this week.
In cartoon drawing, they learnt to draw the classic blue cartoon figure with its white cap and shoes, living amongst mushroom houses.
First introduced in a Belgian comic by Pierre Culliford in 1958, the ever-popular Smurfs have become immortalised in films and TV series.
They also live in our students’ drawings, of course.

Wreck it Ralph
Virtual games and viruses become reality for Wreck-it-Ralph, a villain turned hero. Our students learnt to draw characters in this award-winning Walt Disney film for cartoon drawing this week. Give them some wreck-cognition and hit that like button!

Konnichiwa! Globalart students met Japan’s anime ambassador for the second time during cartoon drawing – the lovable robotic cat Doraemon!
With his scientific gadgets and his intelligence, Doraemon serves as a protector and friend for Nobita, a young boy who is often bullied in school and receives bad grades.Hopefully, our Doraemon drawings will bring our students some luck in their examinations as well. Show some love for our robotic cat from Japan. Arigato Gozaimasu!

September 2016

Step into the time machine and whirr into the future- with Globalart this time, as students learn to draw Meet the Robinsons in Cartoon Drawing. The popular Disney movie was a 2007 hit, detailing the adventures of science whizz kid Lewis Robinson on his quest to find his biological mother who abandoned him. Give likes for our students’ effort in retelling this fantastic science journey! 

Princesses, mushrooms and Warp Pipes – Global Art students went to Mario land during Cartoon Drawing. 

“Eh… what’s up, Doc?” Looney Tunes have remained popular over the years, becoming a classic cartoon. Students learnt how to draw famous characters like Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird and the raucous Tasmanian devil during Cartoon Drawing. Our students were able to connect with their parents through this cartoon (first produced in the 1930s) – many of whom grew up with Looney Tunes. 

Give a tweet of appreciation for these artworks and show our students some love!

August 2016

Cartoon comic for the first week of August is Pokémon. A game that is 21 years old has recently been reformed into an entertaining mobile game. The teachers were very surprised that the students were able to identify more characters than our teachers.

The following week’s cartoon drawing theme is “The Incredibles”. After showing the short clip of the Incredibles, students were very excited to draw the characters with different superpowers.

JULY 2016

For the month of July, our students learnt to draw characters from “Ice Age”. Although some students have not seen the movie they were able to use their imagination to create other characters using different animals.

Besides, students learnt how to draw characters from “Rio”. Students were very happy when drawing the characters from the movie and some were humming the music while drawing.

JUNE 2016

For the month of June, our students learnt to draw characters from “Spongebob Squarepants” and explored on various sea creatures living underwater!
They were also introduced to animal characters from upcoming movie “Secret of pets”! Drawing pets that they would like to have and places that they wish to bring them to.

MAY 2016

This month's cartoon drawing was focused on characters from Disney, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs & Monster Inc.

APRIL 2016

For the month of April, our students were introduced to humanoid comic characters from Lao Fu Zhi, Archie, Garfield, Calvin and Hobbes. With the recent movie, The Jungle Book and Cartoon Network's cartoon, We bare bears, students explored on drawing various jungle animals!

MARCH 2016

For the month of March, our students did their cartoon drawing activity from several different movies : Superhero themed, Toy Stoy and Despicable Me.
Many of them came up with unique backgrounds, as well as backgrounds they could remember from their favourite movies!


This month's cartoon drawing was focused on two much loved animated films, "Zootopia" and "Up". We encouraged students to think out of the box! The sky's the limits when it comes to imagination!


Cartoon drawing themes this month were the popular movies "The Good Dinosaur", "Kungfu Panda" as well as "Inside Out"! Children are encouraged to choose which character from the given movie each week and to add an environment related to the theme given! Some of the children even drew out the scenes as how they remembered them from the movies!