Did you ever think a kaleidoscopic pattern can be as beautiful as this? Well, we say that it’s the flower patterns making the difference as well as the artistry that has gone into it.
An astronaut standing still with a balloon? Oh wait! That’s not a balloon, but the texture appears like that of the Moon. Again, it’s hard to tell what the artist was aiming to portray with this sketch.
Now pay a bit more attention to the trunk. Elephant’s trunk is in fact a fusion of nose and upper lip – prolonged. It is in fact one of the most important body part.
Wouldn’t you want to go on a grand voyage across the world? You might be not ready yet, but it surely can admire this beautiful sketch of a 2D view of the planet.
A thought-provoking piece of art showing the growth of a light bulb with trees and birds flying inside. The idea must have come to the artist’s mind as Eureka.
Once you decide to draw a butterfly, wouldn’t you just love to draw the most beautiful one? Despite its “seeming” difficulty?! Here is a useful tip for overcoming initial setback when you draw a butterfly: Draw (study) both (front and hind) wings separately first.
Observe the shape of front wings and decide (pick) which one you’ll practice. Right or left? Then draw one selected wing – purposely enlarged. This exercise will help you to acquire more skill in capturing the pattern (design) on the wing and the shape of wing itself.
Generally, if any part of a butterfly may seem too difficult, practice drawing that part separately and possibly enlarged.
Another beautiful sketch within the confines of a light bulb shape shows mountains and the sun living harmoniously. Pretty neat, right?
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It’s fascinating how much artists experiment with creating scenes inside geometrical shapes. This one wonderfully displays a large, roaring wave in the middle of the sea.
Once again, the master – David Powell – conjures up magic using few strokes of his pencil. Can you depict an island with a boat nearby it in a simpler way? We bet not!
So here is the completed work with a ballpoint pen which is on the left in one of the photos. Its 0.7mm. So you can have an idea of the precise size
Ever seen Fox’s diving into thick ice in search of her prey? Well, this drawing wonderfully captures that breathtaking moment of fox leaping into the air. As you can see, some trees have been sketched within the boundaries of the Fox’s body.
Wow! It really takes some imagination to conjure a scene showing a boat being flung high by a powerful wave using only a few lines. Doesn’t this image take your breath away?
Who would have thought you can blend geometrical patterns with sketches of the universe? Apparently, this artist did, and they did it in the most spectacular fashion possible!
Probably the most beautiful portrayal of the known universe that we have ever seen. Notice how the sun takes center stage and all the planets orbiting around it. Really leaves no doubt in your mind that the sun is the mightiest celestial body of all.
Nothing can be more relaxing than swinging in a hammock, while out with your best buddies for camping. Look at this picture and tell us if it doesn’t make you want to be there.
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Outline the head with the trunk and tusks. Make a rough outline sketch of the ear (only one of the elephant’s ears is visible).
The sun rises magnificently over a tall mountain, dispersing the clouds and dispelling darkness. You have to admire how effortlessly the artist has portrayed this serene scene.
A thought-provoking sketch showing a human heart inside of a bottle supporting a plant. What did the artistry to convey? Maybe we are close to Mother Nature than we think.
It is as the headline of the image says – outlines of a cliff, probably sketched using pencils.
A haunting sketch of what looks like a scene in the forest with nothing but dead trees and a whole lot of mist. The crows flying at to the element of horror and mystery.
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You’ve seen many camping sketches featuring an RV, but this one is special indeed. Not only is the sketch intricately drawn, but the details in the distance scene are astounding.
A picture is worth a million words, and this one doesn’t need any description to go with it.
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Very few things can be as exhilarating as riding a jeep into the wild. After all, the brand made its name in the off-road cars industry by appealing to a niche audience.
As the light comes diagonally from the upper left corner, it naturally cast shade on various parts of elephant’s body. Ear(s) shade is the largest and most visible. We also cannot forget about shades on elephant’s legs.
Adding shades on any drawing gives it an instant plasticity. Shading gives the drawing a 3 dimensional look. I think your picture is ready at this moment and you gained enough confidence to draw an elephant – any elephant you choose.
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Let’s go! This simple yet effective sketch urges you to leave your woes behind and go out exploring. After all, you only live life once.
You can print out this picture after enlargement and refer to it while drawing. I would however encourage you, to draw this elephant directly from your computer screen. Draw An Elephant Is Really This Easy
I colored the first layer in dark brown. The original color of this butterfly is between black and dark brown. Notice that I am leaving very thin lines blank among the patterns. These are the veins and they should be visible.
Make sure your pencil is sharpened well so that you will be able to draw thin lines.
Nothing much to explain here – it’s just a beautiful image drawn within a half moon shape. Despite the ambiguity, you can clearly see the river flowing in the middle of the scene.
Remember the movie “Into the Wild”? Well, this amateur sketch of an RV with luggage and a surfboard perch above might make you reminiscent of the classic.
David Powell’s liking for a quiet night out in the woods seems to have no end. This beautiful illustration just shows the artist’s creativity.
A surreal sketch showing a mountain acting as a divide between night and day. What does the image portray? Probably that the concepts of the day and night are man-made and there is not much of a difference anyway.
A beautiful camping spot drawn using only a few sketches. You can clearly make out the two campers canoeing in the middle of the pond while the bonfire burns nearby shore.
It is time to observe carefully the wrinkles on the body. This part is a bit sensitive, because the direction of wrinkles often determines how each body part is shaped. It is good to keep this in mind while you draw an elephant.
It is not necessary to draw the wrinkles exactly as I did but you should direct them on your drawing roughly in similar directions. Refer again to the ready-made picture and sketch the body wrinkles. Note: If you encounter difficulties with wrinkles drawing, observe your own hand or stretched fingers and I think you’ll get the best idea.
After all, we humans are animals too 😉
The title of this image is pretty much self-explanatory. The image shows the difference in the scenery in summer and spring. We bet there are fans of both the seasons.
Another fascinating illustration showing a lotus flower connected to a human heart. We wonder what the artist was thinking when they do this.
How To Draw An Elephant I hope that my simple guide of how to draw an elephant may contribute a little to elevate the consciousness about this beautiful animal. I hope that my simple guide of how to draw an elephant may contribute a little to elevate the consciousness about this beautiful animal.
What is the difference between seeing animals in pictures and drawing animals? Drawing animals makes you more conscious about their existence and beauty. Drawing them by pencil on the paper makes you totally involved and participating on the process of creation.
Don’t you think that it’s incredible? Let’s take a quick look at this elephant drawing. Please keep in mind that it is a finished drawing. It may look like too complicated with its wrinkles, shades, etc.
Please ignore such details for now. We shall come back to these later during the drawing process. Now just let me guide you and you’ll see to your own amazement that you can actually draw even better elephant than this one.
Another beautiful sketch portraying Mother Nature in a unique fashion. The artist who drew this seems to have projected his thoughts of “the perfect place” to stay in a white paper canvas.
What can be a bigger religion than the religion of Mother Nature? Here you see a highly popular religious symbol spectacularly portraying the forces of nature.
A thought-provoking sketch of a lion half alive, half decomposed, surrounded by flowers and leaves. This art possibly implies how nature holds the power to give and take life. Gaze into the soul of this animal and you’ll see what the artist had intended to portray.
Take one look at this image and you’ll be reminded of the old West and sultry desert scenes. The cactus in the sketch makes all the difference.
It is time to clarify the final shape – the final contour of wings. Observe the size, the symmetry among front and hind wings. Gradually erase the initial pencil sketches of wing outlines and draw clearer contours.
Enlarge the picture and see how I did it. I actually made a couple of weak pencil guidelines in order to keep the balance on both sides. The tricky part when you draw a butterfly is the toothed contour on hind wings.
It is very easy to draw only one side but may be difficult to match exactly the opposite side the same way. Good idea is also to draw first only one side (either right or left) and then fold the paper half in the middle of the body and imprint the graphite on the other side, so that you can get exactly both sides the same.
I described this process here in butterfly drawings.
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Take yourself out on a date and enjoy the calm of the woods. When the moonlight shines down on the ground, the world transforms into paradise.
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We are made of stars, and to the stars we shall return. This beautiful sketch shows the beauty of our universe as seen from the desert. Imagine spending a night there!
Pretty simple to explain, don’t you think? All Sam Larson is trying to say is that he loves gazing at the mountains on a beautiful moonlit night.
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Another scene showing an isolated yet relaxing spot, complete with a hammock and a bonfire. All you need is a guitar and some Bob Dylan songs to tune.
Eva Svartur has made a fantastic sketch of a moonlit night with a lone wolf out on a hunt. Imagine what you may, but the idea of this image is indeed unique.
Ever felt like you should be the center of the universe? Well, this artist certainly lived their dreams while drawing their vision on a piece of paper.
“To The Moon and Back” is the sketch of something that we probably don’t know. It’s unclear if the artist wanted to credit something or just made it out of imagination. All we can do is appreciate such creativity.
A need sketch of a shore as seen from a distance in the sea. The waves seem rather intimidating, don’t you think?
A sketch that looks like a scene out of a fairytale, shows a house with his sloping roof with a bonfire in front and fern trees overlooking from the back. This image is truly magical to say the least.
A beautiful sketch of what seems to be portraying the circle of life. Birds, trees, and other plants of various types surround this circle-like shape, giving it a truly magnificent aura.
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A light-hearted image showing a boat sailing in the sea with high winds. It’s amazing what a few pencil strokes and a black highlighter can do.
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This inspirational image shows a 2D version of the Earth’s map with North, South, East, and West pointed in directions. We don’t know what exactly it signifies, but it sure looks great!
Before you begin to draw a butterfly, decide the size. Do not draw it too big (e.g. a whole A4 size paper) because you may find yourself entrapped in details. Size of cca: 140mm x 120mm would be just OK.
Hold your pencil tilted and draw the body. Next draw front and hind wings on one side. This sequence is not “the only sequence”, so you can always adjust the process as it feel best for you.
Don’t you love blowing dandelions? Well, check out this artist’s rendition of the blowing of dandelions in action in a fine sketch of black and white. Looks beautiful!
“KEEP IT SIMPLE” – when life can be so easy going, why make it complicated? Look at this enchanting sketch of a camping site and a bonfire to fuel your imagination of living detached.
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Is your heart aching with desperation to go on yet another adventure but you just can’t find the opportunity? While we may not be able to fix you a break from work, we can show you some fantastic illustrations coming from the hearts of adventurers like yourself. Check out these cool drawing ideas, carefully curated by us to ease your restless mind full of wonder.
Sam Larson has once again created magic by fusing the elements of nature inside of a bearlike figure, signifying their harmonious relationship. It’s time that we treat a nature with respect for the sake of mankind.
Using the perfect combination of soft and hard pencil strokes, the artist has managed to craft a neat portrayal of a mountain camp side at night. From the text “wander more” we can tell that they are urging the viewers to go out and live life.
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This is a simple yet sophisticated image saying Make-A-Wish. Everything element apart from the text has been drawn using pencil strokes.
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A scenic mountain portrayed beautifully inside of triangular lines. If this is not what you call artistic skills, then what is?
The 70s hippie culture, the fascination for extraterrestrials, and the force of nature that binds together the entire planet summed up in just a few sketches.
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A scene that looks straight out of the TV show Stranger Things! Do you fear going into the world of upsidedown? Well, this artist certainly has taken a liking for it.
The collection of excellent sketches confined within geometrical patterns. The sketch of the sleeping fox in the middle is our favorite; which one is yours?
When fantasy and reality collide, you get something that is thought-provoking. One half of the heart is intact and the other half is decaying. Could this mean heartbreak?
Add black pencil coloring over the basic dark brown layer. Do not push the black color pencil too much. If you are not sure about which colors to mix, make tests on a separate paper. Make as many tests as necessary.
It is a usual technique and commonly used among artists. If you decided to draw a butterfly like this and spend your time with it, and I suppose you would like to make it as nice as possible then by all means make these color tests on separate paper.
It is only necessary in the beginning. Once you know which color pencils to mix then no more test are necessary. While coloring, I would advice you to color (fill in) both front wings first. While coloring you are going more visual and your work suddenly starts to emerge from a previously obscure sketch.
The symmetry on the wings will be even more visible now, so it is good to draw the front wigs first and hind wings second.
Another scene of a campsite with the river flowing in the middle. You can see how beautiful this sketch would look if turned into a logo.
Postcards from nature, for people who love nature. This beautiful sketch shows three postcards of three different scenes, done to close perfection.
For those who are adventurous at heart, there can be no greater joy than setting off into the wilderness to take a long break from city life. Be it with your friends or alone, the respite you get from living away from home is priceless! We hope that our collection of art from some wandering souls were able to inspire you to travel once again in search of the unknown.
How unique is this sketch? If the first thought that comes to mind when you reach out for that morning cup of coffee is camping, then this drawing speaks volumes about the artist’s thought.
Holding hands or two roots intertwining? It’s actually both! We believe this surreal sketch urges the viewer to accept nature as it is and become one.
The word RUN, written as if the R itself was running. Nothing more to say, really.
Who wouldn’t like to have a house in the woods? Their own abode of serenity, a place of calm amidst the storm. If this sketch doesn’t make you want to build a house like this, then you’re probably not a lover of teacher after all.
A tent, towered by a cliff at a distance, and the full moon showing her might in all glory. Is this what a beautiful night out in the woods look like?
Done with the pen on the right. Its a blue gel ink pen Tuzoo.
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Gaze into the round framed sunglass. What do you see? No, it isn’t a trick question from The Matrix movie; you can clearly see the reflection of a city scene.
What a breathtaking image! We’ve heard that the moon and the sea are best of friends, but never imagined an artist could capture their relation in a more spectacular way than this.
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Color the hind wings of butterfly in similar fashion as the front wings. The process is the same. Notice however that there are such cloudy whiter spots on hind wings. These aren’t present on front wings. Do You Love Drawing Butterflies?
Wow! What an amazing sketch once again by David Powell, and this time showing a camping scene nearby shore. As you can see from the canoe that the river is nearby and the person is probably comfortably tucked inside the tent.
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David Powell, with his penchant for simplistic sketches, shows the harmony of numerous elements of nature. You need to give this a serious look to understand the beauty really.
The birth of the mountains drawn using minimum number of lines. Come to think of it, you cannot tell until the last image that the artist intended to draw a scene of the mountains.
In order to capture both sides of the wings as accurate as possible sketch a simple grid. Draw the grid in free hand. No ruler! If your lines are not very straight, erase them and draw the gridlines again.
You do not need to make them perfect as a ruler. My lines aren’t straight either. But who cares? It’s only a drawing.
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Begin to darken the body. Be gentle. Hold your pencil tilted in order to make wide and weak pencil strokes that will easily cover the body in gray. At the same time you can also put shades where applicable. Always refer to the ready-made drawing.
“And if your head explodes with dark foreboding tunes, I’ll see you on the dark side of the Moon.” The lyrics to the Pink Floyd song is the only thing that came to my mind when I laid my eyes upon this image.
How To Draw A Butterfly Tried to draw a butterfly? So many times, but there is always “something” that just won’t let you finish the drawing as you would like to? One of the misleading things that manipulate us on drawing a butterfly is its wing pattern.
Yes, that natural design is often “too beautiful” to our eyes. It is even so attractive that it totally gets your attention. It gets our attention to such degree that all we see is that incredible pattern and forgetting about the rest.
You may suddenly feel or say to yourself: “…well, this is un-drawable…or…I just cannot draw this!…) I tried to make every step as clear as possible and I hope you will get the right idea while practicing.
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The silhouette of a deer becomes the perfect canvas for painting a starry night in the woods. We don’t know what this effect is called, but it sure looks Rad!
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Camping enthusiasts love nothing more than finding a calm place to pitch their tent and get lost in thoughts. For them, the universe could serve the same purpose.
65. The Roaring of The Ocean Waves Captured Inside of a Full Moon
David Powell returns with yet another illustration of a camping site, this time taking a more orthodox approach to creativity. This work of art is special, yet not overbearing.
OK, at this stage you should have ready a basic blueprint for your butterfly. You can continue to fill it up with colored pencils or simply draw it only by graphite pencil.
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Osman Mansaray once again manages to take our breath away with a lighthouse scene with roaring waves and flying birds. Does this remind you of any movie?
Living simply, or simply living? We say both! This image with an RV, a bonfire, a tent, and the crescent moon in the distance speaks a thousand words on living.
Once again, a wavy scene is illustrated within the confines of three fourths a circle. The cliff, the wave, and the birds flying never looked so serene in unison before.
Chaos and beauty combines into one, in this unique sketch of nature. The dots of different shades lend this image its uniqueness.
So only the blue sky was made with a light blue ballpoint pen Nataraj. While the other things were done with colored gel ink pens Tuzoo. As said earlier,
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‘Keep it Simple’ is the motto of this countryside scene. You can see how comfortable the house is nestled with clouds and the mountains converging at the back. Blissful, wouldn’t you say?
Minimalist illustration has never been so classy! Who knew that David Powell could work of magic by drawing a simple bonfire on white paper?
Erase the rest of pencil lines so that only one clear outline contour of all four wings will remain. Plus the body of a butterfly.
I used 2 color tones of yellow. Basic layer is lemon yellow and the top layer is more orange yellow. Do not sweat too much about colors if you draw with color pencils because you can never get it quite right. Consider the colors rather as symbols.
Click HERE To Share Your Own BUTTERFLY Drawings Continue drawing the wing design. Take your time. Remember you are drawing a quite complex design pattern so be patient. The reward will be sweet. If you draw a butterfly that has a simple wing design, you can have it done in less than 5 minutes. This one may take a little more. I picked this design on purpose because if you learn this one, than you will be able to draw virtually any design you choose.
Gently refine the body contours and draw the tail. Before drawing the tail take a look at its length. Where does it come out of the body and where does it end?
I used colored gel ink pens Tuzoo and also colored ballpoint pens Nataraj.
An image with colors for a change! Doesn’t this RV remind you of the good old 70s?
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Another beautiful illustration of a campsite encapsulated in a circle drawn by David Powell. The jagged edges of the fern trees break the monotony quite a bit.
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Very few things can be soothing to the brain than camping right beside a river. The sound of the flowing water is sure to calm your tired nerves.
The perfect triangle shows scenery with trees in the distance and a river flowing right down the middle. You’ll find such picture perfect scenes in real life quite easily. What follows are a series of sketches that portray the force and beauty of nature, which are not easily described in words.
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A tent between two trees and under the supervision of a crescent moon. Can life get any better than this?
Sam Larson tries his hand in drawing a campsite with only one tent, a bonfire, and some fern trees in the background. The impact this image makes is noteworthy.
Jaren Kohn the master illustrator has no lack of work to be crowned among the league of jewels. This is one such sample! We leave its interpretation up to you.
Basically, to draw an elephant is very simple, but it has a few tricky parts. Please observe the body well again. Compare the length of the legs to the rest of the body. Notice the angles of the legs while the animal walks.
This is a dynamic picture which means that the elephant is walking. Elephant is in motion. The front legs extend directly from the middle – shoulder ellipse. Draw the outline contours of all four legs.
David Powell clearly has some fascination with “high living.” Using imagination, he has now depicted the idea of literally living on top of clouds. Wouldn’t it be great if dreams could turn into reality?
It’s unclear what the grand image this tattoo is trying to portray. All we can make out is that it is somehow involved with the professing of love.
Ever heard people saying “think out of the box?” Well, this artist took it a little too literally and came up with this interesting sketch. The river flowing out of the geometrical shape portrays the artist’s unique thinking.
It might take some serious challenge to doodle something as beautiful as this while riding a bus. Just take a look at it – isn’t this the most precious thing you’ve ever seen?
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Enough of the forests; beach lovers gaze upon this illustration, and we promise you’ll instantly be transported to a beachside, with cool winds and rolling waves.
Many scenes depicted in many different circular formations. What you make out of it is entirely up to you.
Is this a scene from The Little Red Riding Hood? Hard to tell because the wolf figure in the image does not appear to be malevolent. We have to appreciate the artist’s idea though.
What is your dream camping place? Is it near a cliff overlooking the ocean, in the midst of a forest, or in your imagination floating high among the clouds? If you can dream it, you can do it!
A simple sketch of paint tools replaced by some flowers and a slender branch. We wonder what the artists had in mind when he was drawing this.
Before you begin to draw an elephant, I would like you to concentrate on 3 main parts of the body. Think of this elephant as a huge snowman consisting of 3 circles in horizontal position walking on four legs.
The only difference is that we will adjust the 3 circles that represent the body parts. In your mind divide the elephant’s body into 3 main volumes. The biggest one is the belly, middle one is the part of elephant’s shoulders and the smallest one is the head.
Basically, when you capture these 3 volumes right, you’ve got the elephant’s body balance right.
Camping alone might have some risks, but the wisdom and peace of mind you gain from the tranquility are the greatest rewards anyone can get out of life.
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RV lifestyle, though fun, is not for everyone. It is for seasoned travelers or the Gypsy at heart who cannot imagine living life within man-made boundaries. This simple yet beautiful sketch is a tribute to that sort of lifestyle.
Another wonderful sketch of a hand holding out a camping landscape. We bet the artist was really wishing he could escape the world and go pitch a tent when they drew this.
How innovative is this design of portraying nature through the paws of a mighty beast? Is it a lion, tiger, or a giant grizzly? We leave the thinking up to you.
There is nothing much to talk about in this scene. It just shows some elements of nature metaphorically breaking through the ringed planet. This illustration goes to show how the forces of nature triumph over all.
How do you feel about living in the mountains or perched above a high cliff? Your dreams of floating among the clouds will finally come to life. This is what the image portrays.
The elements of nature and the process of life wonderfully displayed in a highly illustrative sketch. Look at how the butterfly perches on top of the skull and the roots that go well beneath the ground. It’s the attention to details that steals the show.
Gradually start erasing the initial circles, ellipses and join each part of the body into a one whole unit. Do you realize that at this stage, you already know how to draw an elephant? You have almost perfect contours of an elephant’s body.
I say almost perfect, because there probably are some small details we are going to correct as we go.
Don’t you love deers? Some tribes revere these gentle beasts as spirits of their ancestors and do everything necessary to protect and love them. The artist seems to share the same impression.
The crescent moon captures the reflection of a mountain scene. This image is not only unique, but very soothing to look at.
It’s not uncommon for artists to depict natural scenes within sketches of animals. This one shows a wolf lying down and the sketch of a nature site.
Using a lot of wavy patterns and only a few shades of lines, the artist has managed to capture a scene of the sun peeking through the clouds and falling upon high waves.
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95. The Sun Shines Through the Clouds and Makes the Waves Rise
This enchanting illustrative painting might not seem blindingly obvious, but a closer look reveals a sunrise beyond some high cliffs.
A scene of a tranquil campsite with an unusually large coconut handing over the tent. You can see that the shape of the coconut is competing with the size of the sun. Again, this image has been achieved using only just a few lines.
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A Love Triangle with Nature and Heaven– Unknown Artist9. A Night in The Woods10. Bliss Amidst Nature by David Powell11. Illustration Of a Campsite12. Remnants of a Fading Flame By David Powell13. Bliss Amidst Nature by David Powell14.
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Camping Life – Happy Life25. Watching Sunrise Across The Cliffs26. Following The Footsteps of Mother Nature27. A Quaint Night Out With Oneself28. Going Around The Globe, In All Directions29. Floating Dreams With a Dandelion by FineCigars30.
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The Lone Wolf Howls at Midnight By Eva Svartur36. A Scene by The Lighthouse By Osman Mansaray37. A Simple Depiction of Nature By David Powell38. A Boat by The Island By David Powell39. Watching The Milky Way From The Desert40.
Let’s Fly Away Like Paper Planes41. Camping by The Seaside By David Powell42. Camping on The Clouds By David Powell43. “I feel so high; I feel I can almost fly” by David Powell44. Postcards From Mother Nature By Sam Larson45.
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Swinging In an Hammock, by The Campsite By David Powell50. The Ocean Bleeds With Moonlight51. An Artist’s Portrayal of The Rocky Cliffs52. “Little Sketch on The Bus” By drawntosketching53. Come With Me to The House in The Woods54.
Home is Where The Heart is by Jared Kohn55. Into The Upsidedown of Nature by Jared Kohn56. Reflected by The Moon; Captured by The Eyes57. The Gentle Beast Becomes One With Nature By Unknown Artist58.
Oh Deer! Where Are My Flowers?59. Sketch of a Wolf Kissed by The Miracle of Nature60. A Kaleidoscopic View Into a Beautiful Soul61. Nature – The Giver and Taker of Life62. Going Around in Circles of Life, to Witness The Beginning and The End63.
Dead in The Woods Where Crows Feast64. A Half Moon Style Painting of a Natural Scene65. The Roaring of The Ocean Waves Captured Inside of a Full Moon66. Just Some Outlines of a Cliff67. Formation of The Mountains Through The Ages68.
The River Flows Lazily Over The Edge69. Giving You The Gift of Nature70. Let Us Be One Together and in Peace With Our Roots71. Where Death Knells is Also Where Life Emerges72. My Heart is Like a Lotus Flower73.
A Quiet Night Under The Stars Captured Inside of The Love Sign74. A Puny Boat Braves The Tumultuous Waves75. Breezing Away to Destination76. An Unusually Large Coconut Looms Over a Campsite77. The Ideal Vacation Spot78.
Up in Flames at Dead of The Night79. Make-A-Wish and We’ll Make It Come True80. Encouraging You to Go Places and Wonder More81. Preserve Mother Nature for The Sake of Entire Mankind82. Fox Dives for His Hunt While Nature Watches in a State of Calm83.
Your Daily Dose of Camping Served Over a Cup of Coffee84. A Simple Scene of the Countryside85. Nature Reclaiming What is Rightly Hers86. Painting With Flowers and Petals87. Night and Day are Just Perspectives of Mankind88.
To The Moon and Back in Perfect Circles89. Praise the Sun, the Wondrous Father!90. “Going Camping Once Again in My RV”91. Creation of The Universe in One Simple Explosion92. Elements of Nature Depicted Through Sketch of a Lying Fox93.
My Heart is in Your Hands94. Enter the Matrix – The Inescapable Urban Jungle95. The Sun Shines Through the Clouds and Makes the Waves Rise96. Stop Working; Start Living!97. Land of the Rising Sun98.
Asking You to Go Out and Explore99. Of Aliens, Conspiracies, Peace, and Love100. Taking My Jeep on an Adventure Once Again101. Living inside the RV; Living on the Edge102. Into The Wild in Four Different Strokes103.
Geometrical Patterns Brought to Life With Sketches104. Simple Sketch of a Pond and a Camping Site105. A Wolf Howls at The Dead of Night106. Girl Meets Wolf – Their Fate Locked Together107. Jared Kohn Works Up a Genius Sketch Once Again108.
The Classic RV That Defined the 70s109. An Astronaut’s Plaything110. Running With The Runner111. Traveling Alone Through the Mountain- A new BeginningConclusion
Another Wander More sketch urging to live your life to the fullest. The quintessential camping tent, and fern trees along with the mountain overlooking from a distance are all present.
The master of minimalistic art, David Powell, draws a simple cliff a river and a tree using as few lines as possible. Is there any way you can beat his minimalistic style?
I redraw sketches of both girls and boys in my free time and try to enjoy the time of drawing any sketch because it makes more happy and more active.so
Art Drawing PromptsPublisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing…
Begin to draw the basic sketches of wing pattern. Be easy about it. Draw gentle and weak lines. Make special attention here on curves. Even the slightest ones, because these curves are important here.
The Howling Wolf, the crescent moon, and lots of natural elements surrounding the scene. This sketch doesn’t need any description.
This is one image that leaves us speechless. How on earth did anyone think of adorning the face of a wolf with flowers? Whoever did it, did so without realizing that they may have created a masterpiece.
This is the stage where you should really draw the final body contours. If you observe carefully, you easily notice that I slightly moved up the place (height) where the tusks come out from the head. I made this change in order to re-balance the size of the head to the rest of the body.
Add the elephant’s eye. Enlarge the picture and see how the eye looks like. While you draw the eye, please leave the small highlight on the eye pupil. Every living thing has such reflection of light in its eyes and it looks more natural.
The highlight creates that spark in animal’s sight. It is very important feature of elephant’s individuality. You can also finish your drawing here if you want, copy your drawing and make it a coloring page.
When you have the grid draw the rest of wings on both sides. Notice here, that the wings are only the rough contours. The outlines.