This is a lesson in which you will learn how to draw a sunrise step by step. This lesson is sure to please any aspiring artist and child.
So, I am glad to bring to your attention this very simple and useful drawing lesson, in which I will tell and show you how to draw a sunrise step by step. This lesson does not contain any complex elements, so any novice artist or child can easily handle it. Carefully follow my instructions, and then you will definitely get a great drawing.
Sunrise is a phenomenon representing the appearance of the Sun above the horizon. Sunrise can be considered the moment the upper edge of the luminary appears above the horizon line, since it is at this brief moment that the sunrise is recorded. And also the whole process of the passage of the solar disk through the horizon line can also be considered sunrise. This period of the day, regardless of the season, is unique and beautiful.
The sun rises differently in every season. In winter, the nights are long, and the days are short. In summer, on the contrary, there are fewer night hours than daylight hours. Depending on the amount of clouds, the sunrise can be very different, because the sunlight paints them in different colors, and it is always interesting to watch this very beautiful sight. Perhaps, in nature there are no two sunrises, similar to one another.
In this lesson, you will learn how to draw objects such as the sun, fields, and sky. If you want to make your drawing more varied, you can draw various trees, bushes, flowers, clouds, water or any animals against this beautiful sunrise. I am sure that you are already very interested in this lesson and want to start drawing right now. Then I suggest you prepare your art supplies, and then follow my instructions carefully and enjoy the creative process.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Sunrise
- Draw a line for one field.
To complete this step, draw one arc in the lower right corner of the drawing.
- Add another field outline.
You need to draw another arc that is slightly longer than the one drawn, positioning it on the left.
- Depict the outline for the third field.
Now draw one curved line connecting the surfaces of the two previously drawn fields.
- Sketch out the outline of the sun.
Above the previously drawn curved line, draw one small arc, as shown in the figure.
- Draw the sun rays.
On the sides and top of the drawn outline of the sun, draw five straight lines of the same length.
- Color the drawing.
To color the sunrise, use yellow, green, and orange or red.
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