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Create a small cylindrical pillar at the bottom of the triangles as the trunk of the tree originating from the centre of a disc-like structure at its bottom.
I would recommend looking up an image of Santa’s sleigh on Google and either copying or tracing it.
This is a great drawing to use for a simple Christmas card design. A piece of heavy watercolor paper makes a great card, just folded in half. Draw lightly with pencil, and color with watercolor paint. Then, go over your outlines with a thick sharpie marker.
Draw five curves on the body of the triangle at regular intervals from top to the bottom.
Begin drawing your Christmas Tree. H South, licensed to About.com, Inc.
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To use this tree for a kid’s craft activity, try drawing a large outline with a Sharpie marker, and letting your child color-in the tree and decorate it with stickers.
Always start by drawing with a pencil. When you are drawing with a pencil, do it lightly so its easier to rub out with no marks left.
Make garland-like outlines (like little waves) on the leaves for decorating the Christmas Tree with balls of light.
To begin drawing your Christmas tree, first lightly draw a triangle in pencil. This is a guideline to help you shape your tree. Now draw a star on the top. I know it’s often a tradition to put the star or angel on the Christmas tree last, but for the drawing we’ll do it first! Leave enough room underneath to add the pot later. For best results with this drawing, use a nice large-nibbed felt pen or permanent marker, to give a heavy, cartoony line. Don’t be a perfectionist – keep the drawing relaxed and your lines smooth and confident. Trying to fix wobbles just draws attention to them!
Drawing more Christmas tree branches. H. South, licensed to About.com, Inc.
Now draw the top of the tree, making three pointy branches as shown. Don’t try to be too perfect – wonky lines can look funky! It doesn’t matter if you overlap the triangle. If you are using a computer, make sure the ends of your lines join up to the star, so that you can use fill to color it later, without the whole page filling up.
Draw different kinds of circles on the above made guides as well as on the leaves randomly.
Next add another row of branches halfway between the first row and the bottom of the triangle, making four points – one finishing on each side of the triangle, two in between. Then add the bottom row, making five points. Remember to keep your lines relaxed and fun! Don’t be a perfectionist.
The best way to learn how to draw anything is to look at reference images while you practice drawing them. A reference image is just a photo of what you want to draw. The more you practice, the easier it will be to draw deer or anything else you want.
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Add a modest star on the apex of the triangle and enrich the decoration with stars and ribbons.
Repeat the same shape overlapping the upper part but only of a smaller size.
Decorate the tree with a star on the apex of the tree and dangling balls hanging one each from the six tips of the tree.
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Add a small cylinder-like pillar under the triangle attached to its base.
Now to finish decorating the Christmas tree. Add two triangles to make your bow, erasing the lines from the ribbon inside the triangles. The simple round shapes of baubles make a great contrast to the spiky tree branch shapes, but you could also draw stars if you prefer. Give your start some sparkle with dashed lines, and you’re done!
Once again overlap the apex with a smaller triangle with concave sides and a convex base thus forming the structure of the leaves of the tree.
Adding color to a line drawing like this is quick and easy in most computer graphics programs. You just select your color, select “Fill” (the paint bucket) and click in each part of the picture. The important thing is to make sure your polygons are closed. This means that every area that you are filling is completely surrounded by a line – any gaps and the paint spills into the next part of the picture. Go through and tidy up any gaps before you start.
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Just below the tree, draw a box shape and join it to the tree with two lines, not too wide, not too close – use this example to guide you. Add two lines across the pot for a ribbon, and make the center of the bow with two more lines as shown. Erase your triangle guidelines (or leave it and trace your finished tree onto a fresh page later)
Are you curious about drawing a Christmas Tree? Would you like to draw one? Well here are some tips to help you!
Continuing the Christmas Tree Drawing. H South, licensed to About.com, Inc.