|Uploaded:||February 9, 2013|
|Updated:||February 9, 2013|
Hey guys, what’s popping in the artistic world today? Well, nothing much going on up here where I am, just some snow falling and gusty winds hitting the windows as I sit here and type out this tutorial description on "how to draw a Tsunami", step by step. I know this is a rather odd lesson, but it’s also a very legitimate one. I know its fun drawing landscapes of the sea, beach, or coast, but what about when you just want to sketch out a portrait of some waves. Now don’t get me wrong I know Tsunami’s are not your normal waves and people mistakes these massive curls of water to be tidal waves. The truth is, tsunamis are nothing more than multiple waves coming together in a long line. Things that can trigger a tsunami are earthquakes, eruptions from volcanoes, landslides, and other explosive related events that shake the earth’s core. Back in 2004 a massive tsunami hit the Indian Ocean and was responsible for the death of over two hundred thirty thousand people worldwide. It hit or affected fourteen countries that bordered the Indian Ocean. Just a couple years ago in 2011, a tsunami hit Tohoku, Japan where over fifteen thousand people were killed, over six thousand people were injured, and where over twenty seven hundred people went missing. One of the main reasons why I wouldn't live near or on a beach is because of the dangers to being exposed to one of these deadly wave trains. I can however show you all that drawing a tsunami is a very interesting concept to tackle as well as a very educational one. Have fun people and remember to rate, comment and fav. Peace out mi amigos!