How to Draw Skies
This is not really a step, it's more like a rough sketch of a few different looking clouds that can decorate the skies. Of course you can choose to make any types of clouds of your choice.
To start with the tutorial, you will begin sketching out the first cloud which has some tight looking wave patterns or lining.
Here you will draw out some smaller surrounding clouds that also look very wispy. Remember, a sky can look like anything you want.
For the last step all you have to do is sketch out the last cloud. You can choose to make it like you see it here, or create another beautiful shaped cloud of your choice.
May 16, 2011
Description: I wanted to upload this lesson a long time ago but as usual it was one of those tutorials that gets forgotten about until the next week when I accidentally stumble on them. I really wanted to sketch out a nice clean drawing of pretty bright baby blue skies since Spring and summer are already here. Sketching out skies is going to be a rather simple task to tackle and complete. The great thing about drawing a sky is the ability to make all different types of cloud shapes, and sky color hues. As you know there is various shades to the world above us, but because the human race are pleasure seekers by instinct, we always associate beautiful days with bright blue skies, and high puffy white clouds. Summer days on the beach is the best because most folks lay out under the sun, and as you catch some rays, one periodically gazing up at the sky. Moving clouds and wispy puffs are the best views of all. My little seven year old sister likes looking at the clouds as she tries to think of what animal or object they are shaped like. Anyways, this should be a fun, calm, relaxing lesson on "how to draw skies". Take your time as you move through the five steps, and when you're done you can even add a nice Spring or Summer scenery. Peace out guys and have fun!