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Orbit Teaches You How to Draw Orbit

Learn to draw your favorite mascot from the Astros.

Great content from Houston’s Orbit teaching kids (and adults) how to draw Orbit.

Kids may be out of (distance learning) school, but teams like the Astros are still pushing out interactive content for kids like this for the summer.

And what’s better than knowing how to draw your favorite mascot?

Some mascots like the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Iceburgh do their own quick drawings for autographs and signs which create a wonderful keepsake for fans.

Here is a sample of Iceburgh’s autograph and the tutorial by Orbit.

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