Learn how to draw a great looking Park with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Park.
Parks have been around for thousands of years. The first may have been in the realms of ancient Persian kings, "who dedicated many square miles to the sport of hunting."
As time passed, these natural areas were altered to include paths and shelters, as many parks have today.
Where is your favorite park? State and national parks contain miles and miles of hiking trails. Some parks have theaters, zoos, museums, and restaurants, others just trees, flowers, bushes and benches.
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Others have sporting facilities - football and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, ice skating rinks, and skate parks. A few have places to boat or fish.
It's one of the Big Apple's most famous landmarks, along with the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty.
Did you know? Central Park contains a statue of the sled dog Balto, who starred in a cartoon film by the same name.
Let's go to the park! You can visit the park anytime when you learn to draw this cartoon. Our step-by-step drawing tutorial is here to show you how.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Park
How to Draw a Great Looking Park for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing the long, curved horizon line. Then, draw a pair of curved lines to form a trail or path. Notice how they converge in the distance. Finally, use a curved line to enclose the shape of a lake or pond.
Easy Park Drawing - Step 2
2. Outline a tree. Use a series of curved lines to form the cloudlike crown, and a pair of curved lines, connected at the bottom, for the trunk. Draw another tree or shrub at the corner of the picture.
Easy Park Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw more shrubbery, again with a cloudlike top. Use curved lines to indicate the short branches at its base. Then, enclose the irregular shapes of rocks by the pond, erasing as necessary. Contour the rocks with curved lines.
Easy Park Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a park bench. First, draw two rounded and curved rectangles to form the bench's seat and back. Connect them with pairs of curved lines, and use similar lines for the legs. Draw small ovals on top of the back. Then, draw a lamp post. Start with a curved rectangle at the base, and extend two lines upwards to form a narrow triangle. Draw the inverted teardrop-shaped lamp at the top.
Easy Park Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw another lamp in the distance. It should appear smaller to indicate that it is far away. Again, start with a curved rectangle at the base, and extend two lines upwards to form a narrow triangle. Draw the inverted teardrop-shaped lamp at the top. Draw water lilies on the pond, enclosing round shapes.
Easy Park Drawing - Step 6
6. Enclose flower shapes of different sizes on the ground, using five "U" shaped lines for each. Draw another tree in the distance. Use a series of curved lines for the leafy crown and a pair of curved lines connected at the bottom for the trunk. Erase as needed.
Easy Park Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the treeline on the horizon, using a series of connected curved lines. Then, draw tall skyscrapers visible above the trees. Each building should be a rectangle with one corner replaced by a straight line. This will contribute to the three-dimensional shape.
Add More Details to Your Park Picture - Step 8
8. Draw more buildings, using straight lines to outline each shape.
Complete the Outline of Your Park Drawing - Step 9
9. Detail the buildings with straight lines to give them a three-dimensional shape. Then draw clouds above them.
Color Your Park Drawing
Color your cartoon of a city park. You can make it green in spring and summer, or golden, orange, and red in the fall!
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