It is possible to refer to the basic step-by step drawing guide that follows
In the absence of the ball made from glass the snowball would splash the fake snow and water all across the floor! We don’t want thatto happen, therefore, for the very first step of our snowball guide, we’ll begin with the glass ball it self.
It will be a close-to-perfect circle for you, so to make the process simpler for you, begin by drawing using a using a compass and pencil to draw an exact circle.
After that, using your pen, you can trace the lines. But instead making a circle that is perfect we’ll draw a flat ground of the globe.
If you’ve tried this method, you’ll be able to erase the pencil lines prior to moving into step 2.
Step 2 – Draw the snowball’s bottom
We’ve covered the fact that the glass ball isn’t necessary the snowball could become a mess! Also, the snowball requires an appropriate base so that it doesn’t get tossed around.
The base will add to your snowball drawing during this next step.
Begin by drawing an outline of a border around the flat top on the globe. After that, extend a few thin, slightly curled lines that run down towards the edges of the rim.
Then, you can add a second edge at the bottom of the bottom by drawing additional curves.
Step 3. Draw the snowball’s interior scene.
Every snowball big enough needs an attractive little view of the globe. This is exactly what we’ll be adding in the third part of the snowball instructional.
This is a place in which you can make your own design and, however, in our style we’ll draw a beautiful tiny house, with a few pine trees.
Each section will become slightly larger as you descend, as well each area will be surrounded by a narrow edge at the lowest point. Complete by drawing an outline of a body at the bottom of the tree. Then we can continue to step 4.
Step 4: Next create a second tree to complete the scene
You’ve already created an outline of a tree in this drawing of a snowball We’ll add another tree and some small details in the fourth step.
Simply duplicate that you’ve done in the first step to create an oak tree to the left side.
After the second tree is added, we can sketch some specifics.
To achieve this, apply some line details to various parts of the base of the snowball and also for the trees. This can to make these areas appear more and more textured.
After that, you’ll be ready to tackle the final and more detailed parts in the next stage to the guide!
Step 5: Add the final details of your snowball to the drawing.
You are now ready to finish the drawing before moving onto the last step of this guide for drawing the snowball!
We will first draw the small snowman who will be placed in the front on the property. In relation to the house, we’ll also draw it right now.
The home will feature the roof covered in snow and a tiny chimney.
Once the house is drawn then we include fake snow. It is possible to describe snow by drawing small circles within the globe.
In the next section we’ll discuss not just colors but various creative ways to show snow!
Step 6 – Complete your snowball sketch in the color
In the last step, drawing a snowball we talked about how we would discuss the various creative ways you can portray snow.
One option is to add a few small amounts of thick acrylic paint in order to make the snow more depth.