How to Draw a Field

Artist: Dawn / September 29, 2010
How to Draw a Field

Step 1.


Alrighty folks, let's start off with the basic horizon line that gives form of perspective and presence. This is essentially important when drawing any form of landscape.

Step 2.


Next, move onto drawing the endlessly flowing stream and the two mountains. Typically, the further an object is, the smaller it will appear.

Step 3.


Then, let's work on other landscaping decors that will detail the appearance of your field. Generally, fields are like large open and endless with grass and rocks. If you want, adding a stream or something will spruce up the look of a plain old field   

Step 4.


Lastly, add a few simplistic details that will intrigue the look of a field. Maybe you could add a few butterflies or a field of flowers to add some life to the drawing. It's totally up to you!

Step 5.


Lastly, this is what the finished piece should result to. If you're not satisfied with the stream, rid of it and add some pretty flowers that flourish endlessly. Maybe adding a unicorn or a white wolf would be pleasant for this landscape! I hope you    

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 29, 2010
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