How to Draw a Sunny Day After a Flood

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Light reflects off of water in a very particular way. Find out how to draw a sunny day after a flood with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Rosalie and I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a sunny day after a flood. So I'm going to draw in a flood scene. I'm going to put in like a tree. It's just basic stuff you would see on a street but it's going to have water all around it. So I'm going to put in another tree here. I'm going to put in like a building, let's make it a church. It has a cross, just a real simple sort of church shape and the tops of some cars, maybe make this one a truck but just the tops because it's going to be all water around it so like this flood is just, it just flooded and it's a few feet high of water and it's after the flood. So you know, you've got the idea that stuff is sort of submerged. You could have like another parked car here and it's like a sports car or something and it's a sunny day so I'm going to put a sun in the sky. I'm going to resist the urge to put the radiating lines around it and I'm going to put just a couple clouds, not the rain cloud kind of clouds just like the sky, the looking pretty in the sky kind and then you can have some sunlight maybe reflecting onto the water right under the sun and just draw that in like that. And that's how I draw a sunny day after a flood.


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