|Date Added: July 15, 2010|
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Description: Boy, the lessons just keep coming, and to tell you the truth, it's kind of tiring. I'm up to my fourth tutorial, and to get things going, I will submit a drawing that is the opposite of night. Today, I will teach you guys "how to draw day", step by step. How many times have you wondered how to start a landscape drawing of a beautiful day scene? I know I have, more then once to be exact. What inspired me to "draw a day scene" was the fact that the night scene came out so awesome. It's only right to do a lesson on the opposite landscape especially since the season we are in is summer. Drawing a summer sky is very simple. If you think that creating a scene on what a day may look like is complicated, look no further because you have found a lesson that will not only show you "how to draw day", but you will also learn how to color the scene in too. If you want to add some animals, or characters to liven the drawing up a bit, you can go a head and do so. In fact, I actually encourage you guys to tweak every lesson you learn from, just to customize it to look like your own. I like looking at artwork that is drawn from using my lessons, but I love seeing those drawing filled with personal touches even more. Anyway, I will be back in a few with some other cool drawing fun. In the mean time I hope you like this tutorial that shows you how easy it is to draw a day, like today. Peace out people, and be sure to keep put because I will be back.