|Uploaded:||April 29, 2010|
|Updated:||April 29, 2010|
There is so many fun things to do when you go to the beach, and although there is a wide variety of stuff to do, that hardest part is picking out what to do first. One of my favorite things to do at the beach is collect seashells. Yeah sure, digging up sand, and making sand castles is great too, but I like taking strolls on the beach with the very same sand pail, and collect all different types of shells that I come across and find. This drawing lesson is going to show you "how to draw shells", step by step. There is a lot of crustaceans that live in ocean waters and even though these critters are almost always ugly, they generally live in rather beautiful shells that happens to be their homes. When you "draw shells" it's almost as fun as collecting them. When I have a big collection that I have gathered over the summer, I will usually make a decorative plate that I wrap up and give to my grandmother for her birthday every October. I have been doing this for three years now, and every one of the shell plates looks prettier and prettier with watch passing year. Creative art is something that I love associating drawing with because I will sometimes draw a nice picture on the surface for her, and the whole nine. Anyway, there are five different types of shells that I drew. One is a Queen Conch shell, and a spiral shell, a couple of sea urchin shells, and a regular conch shell. I think they all came out rather nice, and if you love summer, and the beach, you will definitely enjoy learning "how to draw shells", step by step. I colored them to look very bright using semi-pastel shades. I had a really fun time, and I know you will too. I shall return in a bit, and remember to join me for Live Stream tonight. Peace out my fellow artists!