How to Draw Grass
Grasses have provided staple crops throughout human history, including corn, wheat, rice, and other grains, and in art, grasses usually play a supporting role as the greenery beneath the subject’s feet.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Grass
Draw more grass using a series of connected, curved lines that meet in jagged points, noting how the lines appear to pass behind the previous blades of grass. Draw additional patches of grass in the distance using jagged zigzag patterns rather than individual blades.
How do you draw a simple tree step by step?
- Draw one side of the tree.
- Add the other side.
- Turn it into a Y shape.
- Draw two larger branches below.
- Draw two more branches below.
- Add random shorter branches.
- Draw a bumpy tree line around it.
How do you draw grass with paint?
Using directional brushwork that matches the form and movement of the grass is a simple but effective technique. For example, if the grass is pointing upwards, use upwards brushwork; if there is a strong wind blowing the grass to the left, work your brush to the left in the same way.
What is a field drawing?
Draw an outline of the main features of the landscape with a pencil, such as hills and valleys or buildings and roads, and then add detail to the sketch to record more information, such as river features like meanders, river cliffs, and rapids.