Learn how to draw a great looking Rocks with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Rocks.
Pebble. Stone. Boulder. The simple rock goes by many names. By definition, rocks are solid masses of metals, minerals, and crystals called aggregates.
The study of rocks is known as petrology, and it is a central component of the earth science, geology.
Rocks can be placed in three different classifications. In Latin, the word igneus meant "fire," and igneous rocks are those formed by fire - specifically, by the heat of lava and magma.
Sedimentary rock, on the other hand, is created when tiny particles on the earth's surface are pressed together to become a whole.
Finally, metamorphic rock is any type of rock that has been changed in form by the addition of heat and pressure.
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Today, and throughout history, humans have used rocks for many things. Rocks could be used as weapons, crafted into tools such as hammers, shaped into blocks for the building of structures, and certain precious stones could be cut and polished to create a variety of jewelry.
Coal was burned as a source of heat. Certain rocks were heated to extract precious metals such as silver and gold.
Would you like to draw rocks? During so is easier than ever with the aid of this simple, step-by-step rock drawing tutorial.
In each step of this drawing guide, detailed illustrations are provided along with explanatory text. Pay special attention to the lines highlighted in blue, as these indicate new additions to your drawing.
All you will need to complete this drawing is a pen or a pencil and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to use crayons, markers, colored pencils, or paints to shade your finished drawing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Rocks
How to Draw a Great Looking Rocks for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a bumpy, curved line. This line will form the top of a rock.
Easy Rocks Drawing - Step 2
2. Enclose the figure of the rock using a second irregular, curved line.
Easy Rocks Drawing - Step 3
3. Begin to draw another, smaller rock using a curved line extending from the first.
Easy Rocks Drawing - Step 4
4. Finish enclosing the figure of the second rock using a curved line. Allow the line to curve back around on itself, thus enclosing a third small rock. Enclose the form of a forth rock nearby.
Easy Rocks Drawing - Step 5
5. Extend a curved line from the pile of rocks. This begins the outline of yet another rock.
Easy Rocks Drawing - Step 6
6. Finish enclosing the figure of the previous rock by drawing two more small rocks at its base. For each small rock, use a curved line.
Easy Rocks Drawing - Step 7
7. Using a curved line, enclose the irregular form of another rock to one side of the picture.
Add More Details to Your Rocks Picture - Step 8
8. Give your rocks some ground to stand on. Extend a horizon line from each side of the rock pile. Beneath and around the rocks, draw curved lines of various lengths, giving the ground texture.
Complete the Outline of Your Rocks Drawing - Step 9
9. Texture the rocks using multiple sets of short, curved, parallel lines. This technique is known as hatching. Enclose a small oval on the ground to indicate a pebble.
Color Your Rocks Drawing
10. Color your rocky landscape. Will your rocks be brown or tan, red or grey, or perhaps some other color? The choice is yours.
For more great Landscape drawing tutorials, see the 31 Simple Landscape Drawing Ideas post.
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