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This article focuses on some easy tips to draw Nature. Nature has constantly provided ample elements and motivations for artists to ponder and express. Nature offers the mesmerizing sceneries, landscapes, and the other rudiments of nature that one wants to captivate on a Canvas. Perfecting Nature Drawing is a long, meticulous, and tough lesson, which requires patience, experience, precision, and a lot of practice. The ensuing discussion details some tips to Draw Nature.
Elements. Zero upon a view, (plains, hills, farms, etc) you wish to present through your Nature Drawing. Once you have done that, decide the elements you wish to cover such as, wide Landscapes or Seascapes, or precise flowers, leaves, tree, birds, etc.
Drawing Level. Trees, Mountains, Sky, Grass, and Water Body to name some, are usually the core backdrops when drawing Nature view. Sketch initially a broad overview of your Nature Drawing, later going into the minuscule details.
Shapes. Draw the various shapes of the different elements of Nature. For example, Leaves are drawn with fast & broad strokes at their outer edge.
Texture. Take care of the texture of the subjects of your Nature Drawing. The different elements of Nature possess different textures. Some may be twisted, some skinny, some rough, while some may be smooth. For example, the age of tree is textured with Hazy & Slanting Lines. Similarly, a mix of Bold & Soft Lines reflects Fresh Leaves, whereas the Dry ones are shown with Thin & Sharp Lines.
Initiation. Decide the starting point of your Nature Drawing. Frame a basic plan in your mind from how to draw what and in what order. For example, the Veins of Leaves are drawn in their perpendicular centre, starting from the leaves' end towards Stem, right up to the tip of the Leaf. Similarly, to draw a Flower, its Shape and Outline are marked first on the Canvas. Next, the Petals are added with Curves. The Flower's Leaves and Stem then follow.
Lines & Curves. Strike a blend of Lines & Curves to yield a complete real picture of your Nature Drawing. For example, the Branch of a tree is a mix of Horizontal Lines and Curves. Leaves come in many different shapes and sizes and their drawing should be started off by outlining their shape. Use loose Hands to draw the Curved or the Crooked Lines of the Leaf. Flower Petals are usually rounder in shape as compared to the Leaves in general.
Precision. Once you have the big picture sketched, you need to define the basic contours of the subjects of your Nature Drawing, in order to impart a right shape and precision to it. For example, the Branches of a tree are spread upwards in all directions. They are drawn small towards the top of the tree to reflect the new growths. Each huge low Branch has to be split into some small branches, which further split into the finer ones.
Shadows & Highlights. Once you are done with shapes and textures, impart Shadows & Highlights to the elements of your Nature Drawing. A mix of Line and Shading are the two key vitals of Shadows & Highlights in your nature Drawing. For example, the closely placed Leaves are drawn darker than the far ones, while dull and gloomy Nature views have neither strong Shadows nor bright Highlights.