Learn to draw a spring landscape for children (+ coloring)

You can easily and quickly learn to draw a spring landscape using our instruction. Level of difficulty – for children from 6 years old (grades 1-2).

Can we start?

Tell your child that the drawing consists of three grounds: a foreground, a central one and a background. The foreground shows the details which are the closest of all, the central one shows the details which are next of us. The images in the background are the smallest because they are in the distance.

You need:
1

Foreground

Draw a hill which occupies the most part of the drawing. The line must be smooth, there mustn’t be sharp edges.

Foreground

2

Central plan

Also draw a hill, but much smaller one and a part of it is hidden behind the first one.

Central plan

3

Bushes

Draw the bushes with the help of the wavy lines in the hills’ intersection.

Bushes

Erase the unnecessary details.

Bushes

4

Background

Objects and outlines are merged into one outline. Draw the bushes with the help of the wavy lines. Or this maybe the tops of the trees which are hidden behind the hills.

Background

You can mark the forest’s outlines from another side.

Background

5

Sun

Draw the sun high in the sky using a coin or a compass.

Sun

6

Rays

There are rays which go from the sun to all sides. Draw them using a ruler.

Rays

7

Clouds

Draw some fluffy clouds in the sky.

Clouds

Erase the extra lines which are intersected.

Clouds

8

Flowers

Decorate your drawing with flowers.

Flowers

You can use our instructions to draw a chamomile, a snowdrop or a tulip.

Flowers

9

Grass

The last detail is the high grass. It’s closer to us, that’s why draw the big stems.

Grass

10

Coloring

The drawing can be colored with the crayons, the watercolors or the markers.

Coloring

You can also color it online.

Choose how you want to paint.

11

Collage

Collage a spring landscape



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