|Uploaded:||November 16, 2009|
|Updated:||December 7, 2009|
I think this tutorial should come in as a big help to some of you artists out there that try and draw cool plant life. My mother was outside the other day and she was fiddling with a bunch of dead vines from a framed fence where grapes used to grow. I thought it would be cool to do a lesson on "how to draw vines step by step" after I watched her pick and pull the dead pieces of thick twine like branches. It was so weird too because a member from the site asked if I could do a tutorial on vines, and I thought that was the perfect excuse to draw something so subtle and beautiful at the same time. Vines can be found almost everywhere no matter where you live in the world. You can see a growth of vines climbing up the sides of old brick buildings, and even around columns of a mansion or big house. In my case, the vines that I see are from grapes. If you live in a tropical climate, you are sure to see vines all over the jungles of rain forests, and even on a lot of the trees and foliage in swampy areas. But did you ever wonder what a vine is? Well, a vine is nothing more than a climbing plant that trails and sticks to the structures they reside on. Some different types of vines are from plants like ivy, poison ivy, morning glory, sweet pea, passion fruit, wisterias, and of course grape vines. There is obviously more plants in existence that form vines, but this is just a list of common plants that leave a trail of green where they grow. You should find this lesson helpful and beautiful. I will leave you now to this tutorial so you can teach yourself "how to draw vines". You can use these unique plants in one of your drawings. Adios people and happy drawing!