This is going to be my last lesson for the time being because I need to work on some other stuff. Every year I go crazy when Christmas draws near. I start drawing out all kinds of fun and easy stuff for the holidays because I know that there is a lot of people that want quality lessons that show them how to draw. The idea for this next tutorial came to me a few days ago when it snowed ten inches of heavy wet snow. I don't know what it is about snow but, when it falls and clings to its surroundings, snow makes everything look beautiful. You could have the ugliest tree in your backyard, but when snow falls on it, the tree is some how transformed into something more. Snow inspired me to submit this tutorial on “how to draw snowflakes step by step”. Now I know I have a snowflake already, but that flake is of one, and of one design. How about learning two different types of snowflakes to draw to add a little more variety to your drawings. When I was a kid I used to cut out construction paper and make snowflakes out of the cuttings. No matter how many times I cut into different pieces of paper, there was not one snowflake that came out looking the same even if I did everything the same way. I find that drawing snow can be peaceful because the white colors act as a sedative. If you look at the color white long enough you will start feeling tired, and weary. Believe me I know because I am always drawing. Anyways, this is a fun activity to do by yourself, or with a friend and or relative. Learning “how to draw snowflakes step by step” makes time go by so fast, which is why I like drawing them. This is my last festive tutorial that I will submit for now, but I still have two more to go. Enjoy this submission to the fullest and when you are done, upload your work so I can see. Adios me amigos!