In this drawing lesson you will learn how to draw a beach. You will definitely enjoy this simple lesson!
If you want to learn how to draw one more beautiful landscape, then this step-by-step guide on how to draw a beach will surely help you. I have prepared this lesson for children and beginner artists, so you will certainly be able to do it, even if you still have very little experience in drawing.
While drawing with these instructions, you will draw the sea, sand, beach umbrella, and other elements. You’ll be able to apply the skills you’ve learned in this lesson if you want to draw another landscape in the future.
You can start drawing the beach step by step right now. I wish you a successful drawing!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Beach
- Depict the horizon line.
You should begin this drawing by placing a straight horizontal line to represent the horizon.
- Draw a line of land.
At the bottom part of the drawing outline a long, flowing curved line.
- Picture the sea.
To depict the structure of water, add a few thin straight lines of different lengths.
- Start drawing the beach umbrella.
Outline a short curved line and two straight parallel lines on the sand.
- Add the top part of the umbrella.
Draw an arc, connect its edges with a curved line and add some curved lines inside this figure.
- Draw the toy bucket in the sand.
Picture it as a trapezoid without a lower base, add a curved line and two incomplete ovals.
- Outline the ball lying in the sand.
To draw this element, you need to draw an incomplete circle and add a curved line at its bottom.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
To color the beach you should use red, gray, orange, beige, and shades of blue.
Great job! I’m sure you tried your best and you got a nice bright drawing of the beach. If you liked this lesson, you can share it with your friends. Don’t forget to subscribe to us on social media and leave your comments on the lessons. As usual, I have prepared a short PDF version of this guide for you. Download it and enjoy drawing anytime, even without the internet!