The easy step-by-step drawing instructions below.
This is how you can quickly draw three different kinds of palm leaves using the three brushes.
This is a sketch made with two different brushes and as you can tell, the one left of the drawing is larger and slimmer than that on the right side is smaller and more dense. The leaves are also wider than palm leaves.
When drawing leaves and palm fruits it is recommended to draw in groups. The bottom of palm leaves must also be drawn tightly and closely.
Here’s a sketch of how palm leaves will appear up close. You can clearly see, the edges are slit or dip then the leaf’s detail will show several veins as number one illustrates in the picture to your right.
Let’s begin the actual instructional. Begin with drawing 2 circles in at the middle of every brush. Then, draw the directions for the leaves and trunks as shown here.
Then, you’ll begin drawing the brush body as you can see in this picture and observe how each one flares at the top, and then turns into a swathe at the bottom. Once you’re finished with the branches of the tree it’s possible to draw coconuts onto it if you’d like.
The next step is to draw the robust palm leaves only for one palm. Be sure to outline the leaf by cutting and incisions as you can see them, and then add specifics to the middle of the leaf, which is known as the side of the palm tree.
All you need do is to draw additional branches on your palm tree to the left of the bigger tree. Draw them in the slots.
To draw the final step, all you have be able to draw is horizontal lines which run between on the trunks of your trees. Then sketch some grassy spots, and then remove the lines as well as the shapes you sketched in step one.
When you’re done, you’re done. Interesting.