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Uploaded: July 8, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 5
Updated: July 8, 2010
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Now that I have submitted a DBZ character that couldn’t be found anywhere as a lesson, I can move onto simpler things like this tutorial that will teach you "how to draw woods". I figured since summer is here, and a lot of people are going on camping, hiking, and trailing trips, a lesson on drawing the woods would be a fun thing to tackle. What makes the forest a scary place? Well for starters, it’s filled with all kinds of wildlife from all walks of life. The woods contain animals like bears, deer, moose, wild boar, birds, turkeys, raccoons, the worst of all, all kinds of incredibly annoying insects like flies, mosquitoes, black flies, gnats, ants, spiders, and other creepy crawlies. For me, if I go camping or hiking, I have to be dressed in full gear with plenty of Deep Woods spray in my backpack. Don’t get me wrong I’m wary of the animals, too, but animals usually won’t approach humans on the whim, insects will which makes them feared, or at least to me anyway. The drawing I sketched is a view of what your typical wooded area might look like. There is plenty of big trees, and other foliage that covers the earth along with dirt and other debris like rocks, and sticks. Of course you can’t forget about the high grass, and other bushes that ticks and other bloodsuckers like to hang out in. In general, this is going to be easy as 1, 2, 3 to tackle and complete. Learning "how to draw woods" is the perfect lesson to tackle especially if you have a trip planed in the upcoming month or so. Well, I guess that does it for this tutorial description. It’s time for me to bounce out of here so I can write out another submission so you guys can get busy with something new. I will be back soon so don’t stray too far. Peace out mi amigos, and have fun drawing.