Learn how to draw a great looking Blizzard with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Blizzard.
Baby, it's cold outside! You can sketch a record snowfall with the help of this easy, step-by-step blizzard drawing guide.
What is a blizzard? Blizzards are severe weather marked by "low temperatures, strong winds, and large quantities of... snow."
You can see all those elements in this drawing. White, fluffy snow covers the ground and building. Curved lines and the bend of the trees indicate strong winds.
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Did you notice the frown on the snowman's face? Even he does not look happy to be out in this weather!
If you like this drawing, you will also enjoy learning how to draw winter scenery. You will find a similar snow-covered house, snowman, and trees, but without the driving wind!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Blizzard
How to Draw a Great Looking Blizzard for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the snowman. Use connected curved lines for the drifting snow. Draw a circle above it and a larger circle between this segment and the snow. Use curved lines that double back on themselves to enclose the arms.
Easy Blizzard Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw parallel lines above and below the snowman's hand. Connect them with a small circle on the top and a curved line on the bottom.
Then draw the snowman's head. Start with a circle. Shade small ovals for the eyes. Use a curved triangle for the carrot nose and a curved line for the frowning mouth.
Finally, draw the hat on the snowman's head. You can learn how to draw a Santa hat here.
Easy Blizzard Drawing - Step 3
3. Use curved lines to sketch and texture the top of the snowman's broom. Then, draw the leafless tree. Use curved lines to create the snowdrift at the base of the tree, as well as its trunk and branches.
You can learn more about how to draw a dead tree here.
Easy Blizzard Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue using curved lines to draw the ever-smaller branches of the tree. The twigs should meet at sharp points.
Easy Blizzard Drawing - Step 5
5. Finish drawing the twigs of the tree. Then start on the snow-covered house. Draw rectangles for the front and side of the house, and a triangle for the eave of the roof. Then, use a series of curved lines to draw the snowdrifts at its foundation and collect them on its roof.
Easy Blizzard Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the windows and doors using squares, rectangles, ovals, straight lines, and arches. Then, use curved lines to draw more snow on the roof, beneath each window, and on top of the door.
Easy Blizzard Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw a curved horizon line across the middle of the picture, passing behind the house and tree. Then draw the tops of a pine forest in the background using curved lines.
Draw a rectangular chimney on the roof of the house, and shade a parallelogram for its opening. Use curved lines to indicate more snow.
Add More Details to Your Blizzard Picture - Step 8
8. Draw pairs of curved lines sweeping across the sky and trees, from the chimney, and around the snowman. Some of the lines should meet at points on each end, while others form spiral shapes.
Complete the Outline of Your Blizzard Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw small ovals all over the picture to indicate the blowing snow.
Color Your Blizzard Drawing
Your blizzard outline is complete. Color your picture. You may wish to leave large portions white, indicating the snow. You can shade the snow with gray or light blue to add shadows and dimension.
For more great Christmas and Winter drawing tutorials, see the collection of Easy Winter Drawing Guides.
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