Draw a Beautiful Waterfall
I love waterfalls! When I was about four years old, my family visited Niagara Falls. Although I don’t recall a lot of detail, the falls must have made an impression on me. I still have vague memories of standing there and watching the spray, feeling the mist, seeing people in yellow rain slickers.
But waterfalls aren’t only fun to watch, they’re fun to draw, too. In this week’s blog post, I’ve gathered four short (5-ish minute) videos that you should find helpful.
In the first video, I’ll be using lecturer’s chalk (you can buy it at eternityarts.com). As with my other chalk tutorials, this will also work with soft pastels. The other demos are done with pencil or marker.
So get out some chalk, pastels, pencils, and paper, and let’s have some fun.
To purchase lecturer’s chalk, go to Eternity Arts (eternityarts.com).
Download 3 video art lessons on us!
What you’ll learn…
The foundational skill of art is drawing.
Whether you’re using a pencil, pen, brush, or a piece of chalk, it’s all about drawing.
In your free lessons, you’ll learn…
…The basics of what makes a drawing
…What you need to have in your drawing “toolkit”
…The most essential skill of drawing
…How to synchronize your hand and your eyes
…The basics of composition