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How to Draw a Seascape, Seascape

Artist: Dawn / September 14, 2011
How to Draw a Seascape, Seascape

Step 1.

With the first step you will draw out the ocean floor as a canvas for your seascape. The lining should be bumpy and uneven because as you know the bottom of the sea isn't smooth and even.

Step 2.

Begin drawing in all your plant life that you want to have at the bottom of the sea. For me I choose to go with plants that are lifelike versions from the ones that Spongebob lives with in Bikini Bottom.

Step 3.

Here is where you start sketching out the shape of the cave's arched hump. Draw in the high rise textured edging like so, and then sketch in more plants. You will also need to detail the cave's surface too.

Step 4.

Here is where all the detailing and creativity really comes in. Before you begin detailing, sketch in a few more plants around the opening of the rock cave, and along the top edge of the cave. Once that is done take your time as you sketch in all the   

Step 5.

For the last step, simply make some rock like sickles hanging from the inner lining of the sea cave. When that is done, you can clean up the drawing and start coloring it in.

Step 6.

This is the complex looking line art when you are done with the drawing. I hope you have fun coloring this seascape in. Thanks for joining me gang!

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: September 14, 2011
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Tags: how to draw sceneries
Description: Okay, now that I got that Pokemon species out of the way, I can move onto yet another neat lesson that is a bit different than the stuff that I have been submitting lately. For my fourth tutorial, I will be showing you, an easy way to teach yourself "how to draw a seascape", step by step. These are awesome sceneries to draw because they can be so colorful and vivid. As you know the ocean’s surface is filled with all types of hues. For instance, you can make neon colored reefs because there is actual plant life, and animals that are light, dark, medium colored, and even bright neon colors. I literally had so much fun designing my own interpretation of how under the sea would look if I was a mermaid. Some of the idea for the seascape design was from the movie “Splash” that starred Tom Hanks. He was a human man who had been telepathically connected to a girl that happened to live in the sea. Her world was filled with peace, beauty, and colors. The cave represents a spot that I would actually hang out at if I was a mermaid. I would sit in there and sing or play a harmonica made from bamboo textured reef tubes. Anyways, you can include fish, people, or just plant life with your very own creation of a seascape. I hope you have fun drawing one, and remember to rate, comment, and fav the tutorials you’re either into, or not into. I will meet you guys back in a swift manner. Peace!