Saturday, February 27, 2016

How to Draw A Waterfall Printable Worksheet.

This lesson and printable how to draw a waterfall worksheet will be helpful to give the young artist confidence in drawing a beautiful and peaceful scene that can be the background or focus of a beautiful picture.

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How To Draw A Waterfall Printable Worksheet.

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Start with the main horizon. First, draw a jagged line for the top of the cliff.
Second draw the line for the distant pool.
Third draw the waterfall as long downward flowing lines. Give a few humps where the water splashes over rocks.

The waterfall flows over a cliff. Outline the sides of the cliff with ridges that flow down and inward. Use straight jagged lines. Add boulders and rocks at the bottom near the water.

Add the texture of plants. Draw "m" shapes for the top edges of the bushes and "V" shapes for the bottom. The plants follow the direction of the cliffs, down and inward.

Add trees above the cliff. The bushes hang over the side of the cliff.

The edge of the water has boulders and boulders stick up from the water. Draw the boulders as rounded shapes like the letter "D" on its back.

Use thin lines going back and forth for the water. Put more lines lower near the front so it is darker and fewer lines higher near the back edge so it is lighter, this gives contrast between the water and the cliffs.

Keep adding the leaves going over and down the cliffs. Use a lot of scribbly lines and leaf-like shapes. Add more sharp jagged lines for the rough feel of the cliffs.

The waterfall is light and everything else is darker. Put shadow on the side of the rocks and under the plants and under the trees.

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