Remember that guy that used to air on PBS that had that big round hairstyle that used to paint “happy little trees” on a big canvas in front of all to see? Well I grew up watching that very same guy and his name was Bob Ross. One of the things that Bob did best was show us all "how to draw landscapes, step by step". He would literally start and finish a painting, in only thirty minutes, and the end result was an amazing drawing that usually consisted mountains, lakes, streams, forest, and even landscapes of private getaways. Unfortunately Dragoart doesn't have the capabilities to show you how to paint landscapes, but we can teach you how to draw them instead. When choosing a landscape to sketch out, it's a good idea to try and be original, as well as creative so that your sketch is done from the imagination of your own mind. In this section there is a variety of tutorials that give you step by step lessons on drawing sceneries whether they are big, small, or somewhere in between. The best way to start a scene, is to pencil sketch an idea on your canvas of choice. This can be a sheet of paper, a wall, a computer drawing program, or even a painting canvas. Oil painting is a great way to practice your skills when you want to draw a landscape or scene. Just browsing through this section will open your eyes to endless ideas on some of the most beautiful landscape scenes in the world. Who knows, maybe drawing a beach scene is something that you always wanted to find a tutorial on. If that's the case, you will find it here. If you don't see a landscape drawing that you are looking for, drop a line to one of the artists at the site. Have fun, and don't forget to draw in those “happy little trees”.