Begin by drawing a curved line. This forms the crest of the first wave.
Draw another, larger curved line connected to the first. This forms the second wave.
Draw another curved line, forming another wave.
Every wave has a frothy portion at the top, often called a whitecap. Draw the whitecap of the central wave using a wavy, curved line.
Draw a whitecap on the small wave using a wavy, curved line.
Use a curved line to draw the whitecap and complete the largest wave by connecting its crest to the wave below.
Draw another wave in the foreground. Use a long, curved line for its top and a squiggly line for the whitecap.
Add the detail of turbulence to the water. Draw wavy, curved lines between the waves.
Create contrast by adding wavy and choppy lines to the foreground and background.
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You too can easily draw Waves following the simple steps.
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