|Uploaded:||April 15, 2009|
|Updated:||April 15, 2009|
How did you all like the last tutorial I submitted on how to draw The Flying Dutchmen? I hope you had fun drawing him out. Well to go with the Dutchman I figured I would do a lesson on how to draw a beach scene step by step. Drawing a beach can be very uplifting and peaceful because you can almost picture how you want the view and surroundings to look. If you follow the steps the way that I lay them out for you, you will also learn how to draw a beach scene mural as well. I didn’t include it in the drawing but you can add some seashells, wooden lounge chairs, maybe a beach ball, and even a few towels and umbrella or a hammock. You can basically make the scenery of the beach your own personal fantasy. A beach is a place to have fun with your family and friends during the hot summer months or even everyday if you are one of the lucky ones that live in summer climates all year round. When I do go to the beach, I like swimming, making sand castles, playing water volleyball, floating on an inflatable raft, and even making sand angels. At first I wasn’t going to detail the beach to much because I wanted it to keep it simple for you all, but then I said “hmm, I think people would like to learn how to sketch details”. So I did sketch in detailing lines for the ocean water, and add a bit of speckle to the beach sand. I also drew and colored in a shadow for the palm tree that you would typically see on beaches in the Caribbean, and down south like in Florida beaches, California beaches, so on and so forth. I will leave it up to you to draw and get creative with the design of your own beach. I will just give you the basic lesson on how to draw a beach scene step by step. Have fun and remember, practice makes perfect so keep on drawing.