|Uploaded:||September 18, 2009|
|Updated:||September 19, 2009|
The next three lessons are all based on Halloween objects, things, and places. The first is going to show you "how to draw a pumpkin patch step by step”. Now I already have a scarecrow lesson, but what I don‘t have is a tutorial on a very important part of Halloween. The pumpkin patch came out so incredibly cool and I can’t wait for you guys to tackle this lesson. I did also update the scarecrow that was already submitted from last year. For those of you that don’t remember what it looked like, let me assure you it wasn’t like your typical scarecrow. It looked more like a monster you would see from Hellraiser or something. There is actually a lot of lessons that I have to fix because they are so prematurely drawn. Which is not a bad thing, I just gotten better at drawing so why would I leave the old ones looking the way they do. I also redrew and submitted the raven, and I will be redrawing the dirt bike either today or tomorrow. Well let’s get back to talking about this lesson shall we? As you know a pumpkin patch is where pumpkins are grown. Farmers will often have hayrides during the month of October through the pumpkin and corn fields for the youngsters, and there is also more spookier places for older kids my age to go and get really creeped out. In the background of the pumpkin patch I drew the headless horseman as a silhouette because as you know he too has a pumpkin for a head. There is also a creepy looking village as well in the background. One famous pumpkin patch is the one that Charlie Brown was in with his Halloween special “The Great Pumpkin”. Anyway, I hope you have fun with this lesson on “how to draw a pumpkin patch step by step”. I will be back soon with more drawing fun so stay tuned in for more on the way. Peace peeps and happy drawing.