|Uploaded:||July 19, 2010|
|Updated:||July 19, 2010|
Learning ”how to draw a street step by step” can be somewhat difficult. I've seen artists practice so many times with this form of structure to ”draw a street”. Many of these artists do a suitable job on drawings this basic surface. There are many different types of this structure; some come cobbled, paved, dirt,brick, and many other textures that make streets unique. In suburban areas, streets are sometimes severely cracked where cars would probably become damaged due to the rough surface it's driving on. This lesson shows you the basics on ”how to draw a street” with the simple rule of the “vanishing point” and “perspective”. Observe on how the artist starts off with the simple form that makes up other objects around separate streets. Once you've finished your drawing, you can add some people walking around to make this cityscape livened up. If you want a New York type of feel, go with large towering buildings and huge neon city lights. There are numerous amounts of things you can add into your drawing to attract people's attention. Anyways, I hope this lesson can be of some help. Thanks for viewing and have a great learning experience!