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How to draw a watercolor tree

When dealing with children drawing, parents often face the problem that they themselves do not know how to draw a particular subject.

For example, how to draw trees with watercolors to make them look like natural.

Usually, children draw a tree quite primitively, but you can show them some simple tricks that will help them develop further in the future.

Instructions

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So, in order to teach a child a lesson called "Painting a Tree", first study the techniques described below.
Tree always start painting from the ground. It is wrong to start drawing a tree from the trunk. The Earth needs him the same way as the head needs a neck. Draw not a smooth lawn, but a more relief stony ground, with traced rocky lines. Use deep, clean colors, do not dilute them too much to avoid translucent paint.

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Next, draw a barrel in the form of a conventional curvedLine. To do this, use a wide brush and brown paint. In more subtle strokes, add several skeletal branches. In the aftermath they will serve as the basis for the crown of the tree. Remember that conifers Trees Must have a more straight trunk, and their main branches - lean towards the ground. The branches are thicker, the lower they are.

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If you decide to paint a birch, first drawOne barrel in the form of a slingshot, with two main branches, or two rows of standing trunks. Here, the trunks will be more flexible than in the first case. Their ends point inwards. Do these trees draw fewer branches, but afterwards the crown will need to be made lush.

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Next, proceed to draw branches. To do this, take a thin brush and start drawing from the finest twigs. Do not forget that in the deciduous trees the branches grow upwards. Remember that the more carefully you work on the basis of the tree, the easier it will be for you to then draw the crown.

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Do not forget that the deciduous Trees Have a thicker and lighter crown than coniferous. Take again a thick brush, type on it the green paint of the desired shade (depending on the type of tree) and fill all the gaps between the branches. If the watercolor you are using has a translucent structure, apply a layer of paint directly over the branches. The main thing, always wait until the previous layer of paints completely dry.

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Now, to make a tree voluminous, and notFlat, make the crown more colorful. To do this, mix the brown with the green and slightly outline the contour of the crown. After that, a mixture of green and yellow flowers go through the center of the crown.

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