I have prepared a lesson for you on how to draw a pond. This guide is very simple and contains only nine easy steps.
Now I will show you how to draw a pond. This lesson will be very interesting and useful for you. The acquired skills will definitely come in handy in the future when you want to draw a landscape.
A pond is a small body of water. A pond can be natural, that is, it has arisen in nature independently, and there is an artificial pond, which was created by man for some purpose.
Usually, the pond is intended for fishing and storage of water supplies. This natural object has a shallow depth, so reeds and other plants always grow around the pond. Plants can also be seen on the surface of the water. All this is present in the figure.
This tutorial is for beginner artists, so all the steps are very simple. Simple elements are used here that you can draw without difficulty. Freehand lines are allowed in this lesson, so it is not necessary to repeat all the elements exactly. The most important thing is to remember all the stages of drawing. You will like the result of the work and you will gain confidence in your creativity.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Pond
- Draw the outline of the pond.
Sketch out a smooth, freeform line.
- Depict the rest of the pond.
Add a smooth line to make a closed path.
- Sketch out the reed bush.
Use short, freehand lines to draw the small plant on the side of the pond.
- Add another bush.
Step back some space and draw the second freeform bush.
- Depict the reed inflorescence.
Sketch out reed inflorescence in the shape of an elongated oval on the bushes.
- Draw the wide leaf on the water.
Depict an irregular oval on the surface of the water.
- Add details.
Sketch out two more leaves to the surface of the water.
- Add more details.
Draw some smooth lines to show the water surface.
- Color the drawing.
Choose blue for water, green for plants, and brown for reeds.
The lesson is over, and you can evaluate the result of your work. Now you have learned how to draw a wildlife object and can use these skills in the future. Try making the pond the centerpiece of your drawing and add some surroundings such as shrubs, trees, sky. Use your imagination and make the drawing brighter and more fulfilling. You can share your result in the comments.
Don’t forget to download the PDF file that I have prepared specially for your convenience. There you will find a simplified version of this guide and additional helpful content.
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