Learn how to draw a great looking Autumn Season with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Autumn Season.
What is your favorite season? If you answered "fall," you are in luck. You can learn how to draw the autumn season with the help of this easy, step-by-step landscape drawing tutorial.
What elements make that first autumn day feel like fall? A peculiar cool crispness in the air. Changing colors. Falling leaves, and piles of them. Warm sweaters and hats. Pumpkin spice flavors everywhere!
In this tutorial, we've attempted to capture all of those facets of the fall season. This drawing includes a rake, a pile of leaves, and falling leaves floating gently on the cool breeze.
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There is also a jolly cartoon character decked out in long pants, boots, a sweater, and a hat. He is pushing a wheelbarrow full of late-season produce, including a pumpkin and an eggplant.
If you enjoy this tutorial, you can immerse yourself in the fall spirit when you learn how to draw a pumpkin patch - maybe the very one our cartoon farmer is coming from!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing the Fall Season
How to Draw a Great Looking Autumn Season for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the autumn season outline by drawing the cartoon character's face. Use curved lines to sketch the sides of the face, the nose, the mouth, the eyebrows, the ear and hair, and the bill of his cap. For each eye, shade an oval within an oval.
Easy Autumn Season Drawing - Step 2
2. Complete the cap with a curved line. Then use additional curved lines to detail the ear and sketch the shirt collar, arm, cuff, hand, torso, and leg.
Easy Autumn Season Drawing - Step 3
3. Extend two lines to form the remaining leg, and draw the irregular shape of a boot at the end of each leg. Then, draw the wheelbarrow. Use a pair of curved lines for the handles and axle, and two circles for the wheel. Enclose the irregular shape of the basket using a long curved line.
Easy Autumn Season Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw two "U" shaped lines to complete the underside of the wheelbarrow. Then, use curved lines to draw a squash or eggplant and a pumpkin inside the wheelbarrow.
Pro tip: Check out this pumpkin drawing tutorial to learn how to draw a superb vegetable.
Finally, draw the head of the rake. Enclose a rectangle with overlapping curved shapes protruding from it. These are the rake's tines.
Easy Autumn Season Drawing - Step 5
5. Use long curved lines to sketch a tree and its ever-smaller branches. Each twig should end at a sharp point. Extend a curved line from the rake head and double it back upon itself to enclose the tool's handle.
Easy Autumn Season Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw more limbs on the first tree, and begin sketching a second tree.
Easy Autumn Season Drawing - Step 7
7. Use a series of curved lines to sketch a somewhat triangular pile of leaves. Texture the pile with "U" shaped lines.
Add More Details to Your Autumn Season Picture - Step 8
8. Draw individual leaves on the twigs of the trees and in the leaf pile. For each leaf, enclose a teardrop shape and use a short curved line for the stem.
Complete the Outline of Your Autumn Season Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw a horizon line behind the trees. Above it, use a series of short curved lines to sketch the treeline in the distance. Draw more leaves in midair and on the ground.
Color Your Autumn Season Drawing
Your autumn season cartoon is now complete. Don't forget to shade the leaves in golds, oranges, reds, and browns.
For more great Fall and Thanksgiving drawing tutorials, see the collection of Cute Fall Drawing Ideas..
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