|Date Added: December 21, 2009|
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Description: “Tis the season to be jolly, tra la la la la, la la la la.” It's official, there is only four more days left until Christmas day and three days until Christmas Eve. You didn't think I was going to let Christmas come and go without doing a tutorial that shows you “how to draw a Christmas scene, step by step” did you? For those of you that know my style, you should know that I am always in touch with the seasonal holidays. I drew a Christmas scene that displays the very essence of what Christmas Eve looks like in the perfect home. There is a fire burning in the fireplace, a nice big, full Christmas tree, there is three stocking hanging above the fireplace with care, in hopes that Saint Nick will soon be there. Ah... just kidding. Anyways I wanted the scene to look cozy, warm, welcoming and of course Christmasy. I love the way that the drawing came out, and as you can see I really emphasized on the tree and the table that has a plate of cookies and milk for the big guy, Santa Claus. For those of you that want to draw a gift for your loved ones or one, this is a perfect scene to draw. You can also customize the drawing by adding a person or two either sitting in the chair, or near the tree opening Christmas presents. I can't believe X-Mas is already here, I hope that you all have a happy holiday, and an even better New Year. For some of you, your new year has already come and gone. But for me here in the states, I have to wait until midnight on December 31st. Anyway, I think you guys will love this tutorial because it is the perfect view of how a warm seasonal day is imagined to look. I drew what was in my head, and how I imagined what a room would look like if I passed by a window on the street and glanced in on a snowy day. Learning “how to draw a Christmas scene” is going to be some real good fun for all of you that try out this tutorial. I will be back in a bit with some more cool lessons on the way. Peace out everyone, and have a happy holiday!