|Date Added: November 2, 2008|
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Description: Well Halloween is over and today is a new day that will be filled with some sweet tutorial lessons. For my first tutorial I will be showing you "how to draw lightning", step by step. Now I made sure that this tutorial was going to be as simple as possible that requires little or no effort. All I did was draw a big bumpy or puffy looking storm cloud and then I added three strikes of lightning that are coming out from under the dark cloud. I figured since there was a bunch of tutorials up that were kind of tricky, I should do some drawing lessons on five tutorials that are pretty simple. For those of you that love drawing lightning and different types of clouds, this lesson will easily show you how to accomplish the task very quickly and easily. But what is lightning bolts and how to they accrue? Well that is an age old question that has been asked by adults and children alike. And if you didn’t pay attention in science class when the teacher explained to you how lightning electrifies the skies, than you must be asking that age old question today. Luckily I did pay attention to my science teacher and because of that I learned how these bolt so electricity form. First off these bolts are nothing more than rods of energy that produces a bolt of lightning that carries an electric current of 40 kilo amperes. Now of course the kilo amperes naturally get higher with each more powerful charge. Lightning storms usually accrue with thunderstorms, volcanic eruptions and other anomalies that form these powerful electrifying rods of energy. When drawing lightning all you have to do is make a series of sharp pointed lines that are joined together in a straight fashion. This tutorial will show you "how to draw lightning", step by step with easy steps and instructions. I will be back with more drawing fun in a bit so stay tuned DragoArt members and visitors, there is more on the way.