How to Draw a Volcano
If you want to be able to paint beautiful landscapes, then you need to know how to draw a volcano, tree, waterfall and other components of the landscape. After all, any picture consists of a large number of details, and it is very important to depict all these details ideally.
So how do you draw a volcano? Everything is very simple, and you will find out in six stages below. To do this, you will need your favorite artist kit, be it a pencil with paper or a graphics tablet. If everything is ready, then let’s get started!
A volcano, like a mountain or a pyramid, is somewhat similar in the first stages. In all of these items, first, depict two lines that rise and converge at the top. Leave a notch at the highest point.
Now let’s portray what distinguishes a mountain from a volcano – clouds of flying smoke. Depict this using curly lines, as the artists of Easydrawingart.com did in the example below.
Let’s make the smoke even more realistic and cool. To do this, add more additional curvy lines. Repeat the smoke as in our example, or depict your own version.
Continue to make the drawing of the volcano more realistic. Depict the texture of the mountain with a large number of uneven lines running from bottom to top. Next, depict puffs of smoke creeping down the mountain.
Now take an eraser and proceed to clear the volcano drawing. After you wipe off all the auxiliary lines, take a darker pencil or ink and trace the drawing of the volcano to make it more beautiful and voluminous.
Now let’s paint the volcano. Paint the background blue first. Next, paint the mountain itself in gray or some other dark color. Next, paint the puffs of smoke gray. Remember to add shadows and light to the volcano and puffs of smoke.
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