Do you like watching the clouds? Watching the clouds fly by is such a peaceful activity.
You probably do not have to have spent the last several years living inside a cave in order to see clouds every day! It might not be completely surprising to you to learn that there are many different kinds of clouds!
In addition to cumulus, stratus, cirrus, etc, there are more details to discuss later. As a matter of fact, why don’t we start with the most popular subject right now: how to draw clouds.
Its size and shape are not too big, not too small. It’s round and cute, but it is not too big. I really like it because it is an excellent cloud to practice your lines and to practice your curves on. In this article, we’ll show how to draw clouds with 4 methods. Enjoy!
There are many small bumps in a wide cloud.
Smooth bottom and big bumps on a fat cloud.
A fat cloud is accompanied by bumps everywhere.
Several bumps all-around a larger cloud.
Cloudy and bumpy all around.
The cloud is larger and middle with a bump.
Small bumps of cloud all around the wider cloud.
One side of the cloud is taller than the other.
Color and trace the outline with a marker.
Start your cloud draw by drawing a semicircle.
Next, draw a small curve on your right.
On the left corner of the first curve, draw a curve that resembles an arc.
A series of curves will be drawn from the top to the bottom of the cloud.
Follow the curves to the opposite end and join the cloud.
Add many inconspicuous or large curves inside this shape in a random manner.
After you draw one cloud, draw another behind it using the same technique.
The clouds should now be volumized.
Use a light grey or sky color for the cloud.
Step 1: Create a cloud outline
Make a cloud of another shape to begin your drawing. You can use any shape you like. The bottom area should be somewhat flat and the top area should be more rounded.
To make the cloud look more natural, try varying the size and shape of the curves. Use a curve that cuts into itself in some way. Adding 3D appeal to the outline.
Step 2 – Create the inner “puffs”
You can then draw some smaller curves inside the outline of the cloud to illustrate the various “puffs” which make up the cloud.
It is almost impossible to arrange these precisely, but it is best to have some in the middle and a few more at the sides.
Step 3 – Complete the line drawing
As you mentioned at the beginning of the tutorial, make sure you draw the “inner puffs” of the cloud and then go back over your drawing with darker lines.
Step 4 – Paint the cloud
Just color the cloud light blue to finish the drawing. You can make it a darker blue or grey if you want it to be a rain cloud.
Make interesting cloud shapes by drawing some intersecting ovals in a variety of sizes with a hard pencil.
In the shape of a cloud, draw a ragged outline around the ovals.
Turn the pencil so that one side of it is drawing. Cover the background with gray by dragging the pencil around the cloud. Strokes should be uniform and not too strong.
The strokes can be blended using a few different tools. Don’t mess up the cloud outline.
Repeat the previous two steps with a softer pencil. Be careful not to press too hard-anything deeply embedded in the paper cannot be blended!
If you need to, clean an eraser, and systematically “draw” the ragged parts of the cloud. You can do this by rotating the eraser to use a cleaner corner every now and then, or by cleaning the eraser from time to time.
Make some darker strokes using the softest pencil right behind the outline. Blend the strokes together.
The shadow area should be sketched with a hard pencil.
By tilting the pencil, shade the shadows.
Keep the shapes of the cloud in mind when blending the shadow.
Lighten the area with small shadows, blending them together.
Use the eraser to clear up the shadows and lights. The blend can be added if you find it too clear:
Make your outline more striking by using the softest pencil.
As you can see, drawing a simple cloud is not difficult. You also should not fret too much about making mistakes because the clouds’ shapes are fairly random. To begin in pencil nonetheless is a good practice in case you need to make any adjustments.
Here are some steps to draw clouds with help from a tutorial. Hopefully, this tutorial will be of more help to you in drawing clouds if you enjoyed it. We would appreciate it if you shared our drawings lessons, visited our site frequently, and kept your eyes out for new ones.