Draw a curved line which shows the foreground and the horizon line.
Lines of the second plan
Draw small hills in the second plan.
Add some details.
Add some small hills, showing the third plan.
Make sure that the ground line is not too high. It should be enough place for other details of the landscape.
It’s wide in the foreground but it gradually narrows at the distance.
Erase the unnecessary lines which cross the path.
You can draw a tree in the foreground or in the second plan. Keep in mind the rules of perspective. The further the object is – the smaller it is.
Draw the details of the trunk and the crown. You can use our instruction of how to draw a deciduous tree.
You can also add some flowers, forest or animals to your drawing.