How to draw a garden?
The beauty of the blooming garden, which passes very quickly, just asks for the artist's canvas. Such a landscape is best to draw from nature, because only there you can feel the beauty of the garden.
Instructions how to draw a garden
- Find a place from which to open a beautifula view of the flowering garden, and start working. You will need a pencil. Here's how to draw a garden pencil. Create a sketch with a pencil, mark a clear horizon line, as well as even rows of trees and a path between them. Then you can work with paints, because trees are easier to depict by applying a brush.
- Work with colors start with the image of the sky,paths and grass. The sky will be hidden by the crowns of flowering trees, in this regard, one correct tone will suffice to pour the top of your picture. If the shoots completely cover the ground, pick a few shades of green and a thin brush with vertical strokes to paint shoots.
- Look at the direction of light, all objects cast their shadow, and for yourself you need to note the position of the sun.
- Mix the paint to paint the trunks. Use a soft round brush to draw the foundation of the trees. First of all, depict the dark trunks, wait for the paint to dry, then apply a light dye from the sunny side.
- Take a thinner brush and draw largebranches. Draw on the cortex dark cracks. Now, paint with lighter paint and the thinnest brush, thin twigs that look like cobwebs. Choose a dark paint color for the shadow image.
- When fruit trees bloom, their leaves are verysmall and painted in green fresh color. Try to get this shade by experimenting with mixing yellow, green and white colors. Make two or three tones so that you get a very natural picture of a flowering garden. With a round, fine brush, apply chaotic strokes of the resulting paint to the branches. Change the tone, and do the same. Now let the picture dry and it's ready.
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