|Uploaded:||February 17, 2012|
|Updated:||February 17, 2012|
I really didn’t know what type of scene to make for a forest like theme with when creating this next landscape lesson with a ‘for kids’ theme. After thinking of what else I could create that could help aid people with drawing specific backgrounds, I came up with the idea to do a tutorial on "how to draw a jungle for kids", step by step. This lesson is going to be full of trees, leaves, foothills, and a bunch of moss filled ground. A jungle is a place that has heated temperatures, with a muggy, misty, sticky feel. I had so much fun making this jungle because my little eight year old sister helped me out with the concept. I think that there is a lot of potential with this background because you can add some tropical birds, insects and even reptiles to accent the whole drawing. I was going to include some wild life, but I thought I would leave that up to you guys. Well, that’s it, have fun with drawing a jungle for kids, and I will return in a bit with some more fun for you all.