How to Draw Raindrops Splashing

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When drawing raindrops splashing you're also going to have to draw what they're splashing against. Draw raindrops splashing with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi. My name is Daisy. I'm and artist and I'm going to show you how to draw raindrops splashing. The first thing we're going to do is draw a straight line across to kind of show the ground so we know where they're going to be splashing. The easiest way to draw raindrops coming down, is just lines. So, if you think about it, that's all we see when we see rain. So, just draw long lines, short lines all coming down. And they can cross over the ground line, because they could be the distance. So, if you've got a lot of rain coming down, now for the splashing what we want do is just draw little lines that come out like this, and do a little flick with your wrist. And that way, it'll look like they've just hit and they've splashed up. And you can do three, you can do four lines. It depends how big your raindrop. Sometimes I even like to draw the line still coming up, so it looks it's just come down and hit it, because rain moves so fast. You can draw as many and you can even draw little tiny ones in the back. And it looks like you've got a good distance going, got lots and lots of rain. And little ones in the front for little raindrops. You can even draw lines coming off if it was really big, just to give it that impact. And there we go. My name is Daisy and that's how you draw raindrops splashing.


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