|Date Added: July 11, 2010|
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Description: Hey everyone here on Dragoart.com, it's me your trusted friend and fellow artist. Today I will kick things off by submitting some really nice lessons that are going to be helpful to anybody that always wanted to create landscape designs that are used for the background of drawings. I will start by submitting this lesson that is going to show you "how to draw night", step by step. When I say night, I'm talking about the night sky. The reason why I chose to "draw a night sky", is because I was sketching outside yesterday and it was around ten o'clock in the evening. As I sat there with the sketch pad in my lap, I looked up at the sky, and gazed upon a beautiful scenery that was incredibly amazing. The drawing that you see before you now, is actually what I saw that night when I was in the yard. The high tree tops of the big pines played a big role on the beauty of the whole scene. The night sky was so bright, and like the drawing there was two big fluffy clouds moving into each other like they where about to collide. The only thing that I did differently from the actual night scene, is draw the moon to look full. This is by far one of my favorite landscape drawings, and if you enjoy beauty, you will love learning "how to draw a night sky", step by step. This would make a perfect background image for any series, or simple drawing. If you would like to see more drawings like the one you are learning from now, just let me know. Well, that's it for this lesson. I will be back with more drawing fun so stay tuned in guys, there is much more you will want to learn from. Peace out and have a happy drawing day!