How to Draw a Sunrise

Artist: Dawn / June 9, 2010
How to Draw a Sunrise

Step 1.


Wow, look how simple this lesson is going to be. Start with a horizontal line that is bumpy, and then draw two other shapes in each lower corner.

Step 2.


The first thing you will do here is draw the puffiness of the bushes or shrubs, ad then draw a road or path that runs off in the distance.

Step 3.


Next, all you have to do is draw the shape of the sun, and then draw a nice tree to the right that will produce shade for anyone that is looking to lay under a tree. Erase the lines and shapes you drew in step one.

Step 4.


If you like, you can draw some rays around your new sun, or you can just color in the suns rays using different shades of yellow and orange.

Comments (2)
BikingGirl · 2 years ago
Dawn, I think this image is lovely. I would like to use it on a "contact card" that I am creating for a bike ride across America. This is not a business or a fundraising effort. I would give the cards to people I meet along the way, so we could stay in touch later. May I have your permission to use the image? Mary
Dawn · 1 year ago
Please message me at dragoart@yahoo.com about this please!
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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 9, 2010
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Description: Well, that was a fun lesson that I submitted a while ago on KND. It's now time to submit a tutorial that is going to be good fun for everyone that wants to learn "how to draw a sunrise", step by step. I am so proud of this drawing because it came out looking so clean, and beautiful. It reminds me of one of those vectorized images that is so bright and cheery. This would make a great background drawing for a forest animal setting, a setting for two lovers lying on the grass, and it would even make a great setting for a couple of children at play. The great thing about drawing this sunrise, is the incredible simplicity of how easy it's going to be for you guys to replicate. All the steps and instructions will show you in full detail, what to do first, and what to do next, until you come to the last stage of the tutorial. When you are done, you will see for yourself that a sunrise, is a lot easier to create when you have a proper lesson to help aid you in drawing one. One of the best sunrises is the kind you see from afar when the brand new morning dew is cold, and the breeze is semi warm when it hits your face as soon as you walk outside your door. The tutorial didn't take me long at all to draw, which means you too will have no troubles either when it comes to learning "how to draw a sunrise". Out of all the tutorials I have submitted on the site thus far, this is going to be added to my favorite tutorials list as soon as I get a chance to do so. Anyway, I think you will have fun with this lesson, and if you don't, just move to something else that catches your eye. One thing is certain though, even if you don't have fun drawing a sunrise, at least you will have learned how to make such an important part of our day. I'm gonna break outta here now so I can work on writing out more tutorials for all o enjoy. I will be back soon, and I will also be doing another Live Stream later today around 8pm est. Peace out to all my drawing peeps out there on Dragoart.com.