Learn how to draw a great looking Rainy Day with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Rainy Day.
How do you pass time on a rainy day? Why not draw yourself enjoying the inclement weather? You can learn how to draw a rainy day with the help of this easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial.
As pictured in this drawing, you may need an umbrella, galoshes, and a raincoat to stay dry on a rainy day. But to pass the time with this drawing, all you will need is a pencil and a sheet of paper.
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Would you like to add more of your friends or siblings to this drawing? Check out this tutorial for stepping in a puddle and splashing your friends drawing. The little boy and girl are ready with their umbrellas, raincoats, and boots.
If it is still raining when you finish, why not write a story about the cartoon characters in your drawing? Writing and drawing are great ways to pass the time when you can't play outside.
For more easy and fun guides, see the How to Draw Water Drops or tutorials.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Rainy Day
How to Draw a Great Looking Rainy Day for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by sketching the character's face. use curved lines for the sides of the face, mouth, nose, cheeks, and eyebrows. For each of the eyes, shade an oval within an oval.
Easy Rainy Day Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to draw the girl's hair, the rounded triangles of her jacket collar, and her hand. Notice how the lines of the fingers overlap.
Easy Rainy Day Drawing - Step 3
3. Next, draw the umbrella. Above the hand, extend a pair of lines. At the top of this shaft, use curved lines that meet at points to enclose the top and bottom of the umbrella. Below the hand, extend a curved line and double it back upon itself to enclose the "U" shaped handle. Use curved lines to trace the arm and cuff of the jacket.
Easy Rainy Day Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the underside of the umbrella, using curved lines that meet at points. Draw a "U" shaped tip on top of the umbrella, and detail its panels with curved lines. Use a series of curved lines to continue sketching the girl's hair and to outline the torso of her raincoat.
Easy Rainy Day Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw her outstretched hand. Use a pair of lines for her arm, followed by a "C" shaped cuff. Use overlapping lines to trace her hand and fingers.
Easy Rainy Day Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw round buttons down the front of the coat. Then, extend three lines for the legs. Below them, enclose the irregular round shapes of the rainboots.
Easy Rainy Day Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the horizon using curved lines. For the clouds, use a series of connected curved lines. Then draw incomplete heart shapes on top of the umbrella and the girl's hand. These are bouncing raindrops.
Add More Details to Your Rainy Day Picture - Step 8
8. Draw puddles beneath the girl's feet. Enclose each using a series of curved lines. Draw additional curved lines around the soles of the boots to indicate ripples in the water.
Complete the Outline of Your Rainy Day Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw parallel diagonal lines all around the drawing. These indicate the rain streaking down. Draw incomplete heart shapes on the surface of the puddles, forming more splashing raindrops. Draw short ripple lines around each.
Color Your Rainy Day Drawing
Your rainy day outline is now complete. How will you color your cartoon? We've shaded the clouds dark gray, showing that they are stormy. In contrast, the little girl has a bright umbrella and rain gear!
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