how to draw Falling Leaves step-by-step

You too can easily draw Falling Leaves by following the simple steps.

Learn how to draw great looking Falling Leaves with step-by-step drawing  instructions, and video tutorial.

Draw two straight lines for the trunk, two V-shaped lines at the top, and jagged lines for the roots.

Draw lines extending from tree trunk and branches, then add more, some forked, for smaller branches.

Use a connected series of short, curved lines to enclose the cloudlike form of a cluster of leaves.

Draw cloud of leaves with short, curved, connected lines, overlapping to create depth.

Draw a third fluffy cluster of leaves. Again, use a series of short, curved lines to outline the shape.

Next, draw leaves adrift in the wind. For each leaf, use two short, curved lines to form a teardrop or double-pointed shape.

Draw curved lines from trunk to leaves, extend for horizon, draw leaves on ground with curved connections.

Extend a long horizon line on both sides of the tree; add additional leaves of various sizes laying on the ground.

Draw leaves with curved veins, a cloud-shaped shrubbery with curved lines, and fallen leaves on the ground.

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