In this tutorial, you will learn to draw a quiet cartoon land with a beautiful tree and a single rock! That might look like an easy drawing lesson (and I must admit you are right!) but I will show you one or two simple tips to make your land look clean and visually attractive!
Draw a large rectangle to illustrate the grass. In the background, draw a small triangle to create a small hill.
Add a small rectangle on the ground (the one on the right) to form the rock. Then, draw a circle in the sky to illustrate the sun. When you are finished, sketch a large and thin rectangle to represent a cloud. Finally, draw a tree using a circle and a rectangle.
Refine all the outlines of your illustration.
Add some basic colors like green for the grass, blue for the sky, gray for the rock and yellow for the sun.
To add more realism to your work, sketch a small shadow behind the tree. You can also add another one under the rock. Finally, create a gradient effect on the grass and one the hill. And there you have it! A small, but visually appealing land! I hope you had fun drawing this simple place!
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