I have prepared for you a new, interesting lesson in which I will show you how to draw a campfire. This lesson will be helpful for you.
Now you will learn how to draw a campfire step by step. A fire is built outdoors to keep warm and cook food. Usually a bonfire is lit during a hiking trip, but sometimes a bonfire has a ritual significance.
In the picture you see all the elements of the fire—these are large stones, two logs that are folded crosswise and the flame itself. With the help of a simple instruction, you can easily draw all the elements of a fire. Consistently follow all the drawing steps and carefully draw the lines that are marked in red.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Campfire
- Draw the middle part of one log.
Sketch out two lines that are parallel.
- Add the ends of the log.
Depict a smooth rounded line on one side of the log and draw an oval on the other side.
- Depict the second log.
Add another log of the same shape, which is located crosswise.
- Sketch out the flame.
The lower part of the flame has a rounded shape, the upper part consists of many curved lines.
- Draw individual flames.
Above the flame, add some small curved elements.
- Depict the stones.
At the bottom, add three large rounded stones.
- Add the stones.
Draw some small stones on the sides.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Use the eraser to remove all unnecessary lines.
- Color the campfire.
You will need orange, yellow, gray, brown, and beige.
At the end of the lesson, I suggest you download the PDF file, which contains a brief instruction and other useful content. This will help you return to the lesson at any time, even if you don’t have Internet access.