Today in this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a hurricane. I promise that the lesson will be very simple.
I suggest you complete an interesting lesson on the topic of natural phenomena, and in this lesson, you will learn how to draw a hurricane. A hurricane is a huge atmospheric vortex that carries a huge amount of energy.
This phenomenon has a destructive force and the consequences of a hurricane are very severe. A hurricane travels long distances and destroys buildings, devastates fields, cuts wires, damages roads, and bridges, and uproots trees on its way.
During this natural phenomenon, the air twists in a spiral and looks like a tall pillar, with a narrow lower part and a wide upper part.
This is the shape of the hurricane shown in the figure. Freehand lines are allowed in this tutorial. You can make strokes in a slightly different shape, the main thing is to follow the sequence of steps.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes
How to Draw a Hurricane
- Draw the top of the hurricane.
Depict a few smooth rounded lines.
- Add the next part of the hurricane.
Below, depict a few more lines, while the width of the hurricane should decrease.
- Continue drawing the outline.
Sketch out some more smooth rounded lines.
- Depict the bottom of the hurricane.
Use jagged lines to draw the bottom part.
- Add the rest of the elements.
Draw a few more rounded lines at the top of the hurricane.
- Check the drawing.
Correct inaccuracies if necessary.
- Color the hurricane.
At this stage, use only light gray.
Now you have the opportunity to download a short version of the lesson as a PDF file for free. Save this file and use it whenever you want to draw.