How to Draw Fallen Trees

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A fallen tree is one that is usually laying on its side. Draw fallen trees with help from an artist who teaches art to children and adults in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Patricia, I'm an artist, and I'm going to show you how to draw fallen trees. Now a fallen tree is one that is usually laying on its side. But here they usually leave a broken stump on the ground, so we're going to draw a broken jagged stump. Now depending on why it fell, actually no, not depending, it usually is jagged and broken. Although, if it was cut, then it will have a straight line. A cut tree would look more like this, because the chainsaw would just go straight through it, you might have a couple of little things, but that's the cut down, this is the fallen, by natural causes. Alright. And then usually, depending on when it fell, it's still leaning on its stump, and then this, there might be other things here, but we're just going to do a simple, again jagged, remember, jagged, and you might have branches and leaves and all that other stuff from a fallen tree. We're just going to make it like this so you can see the stump itself. And then of course the texture of the stump, and it might have moss on it, a little moss, but, here's the ground, we'll put some more texture here. And there is your fallen tree. Enjoy.


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