Tree Sketch

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Tree sketches make eye-catching artwork. Not only are they enjoyable to create but nature drawings of all descriptions are very forgiving and an excellent subject for beginner artists.

Start off by sketching trees loosely or mindlessly - that's a brilliant way to help you get something on paper without worrying about having your lines exactly right. We tend to fool ourselves into thinking a tree would be a difficult subject but I urge you to experiment so you discover for yourself how easy it really is.

When you sketch, remind yourself that you want to portray a perception of your subject. Just roughly get the shape of the tree by focusing on the main branches that hold your attention and disregard the rest.

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Leaves are portrayed as scribbles in the general shape of the leaf.

My sketch above is of a maple tree that's on the footpath across the road from my place.

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I swapped between a 2B pencil and a 6B pencil for my tree sketches and I used photocopy paper which is always handy.

I drew the tree in August which is the middle of Winter here in Australia. As you can see, it is a deciduous tree and it has very little foliage.

I noted some details before I started the sketch...

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  • The day was overcast and quite dull so there's not much shadow.
  • It was cold so my view point was from inside the house looking out a front window.
  • There are still some dead leaves clinging to the bottom branches.
  • The top of the tree is devoid of leaves and wispy twigs are obvious.
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I finished the sketch where my view was obstructed by the top of my window. The drawing would be incorrect if I changed my viewing perspective midway. Actually, the window served as a type of frame and I think it was very helpful.

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I tried to give the trunk a bit of character judging by the light and dark that I could see from across the road.

Weeping willow tree sketch

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Tree sketches make eye-catching artwork. Not only are they enjoyable to create but nature drawings of all descriptions are very forgiving and an excellent subject for beginner artists.

Start off by sketching trees loosely or mindlessly - that's a brilliant way to help you get something on paper without worrying about having your lines exactly right. We tend to fool ourselves into thinking a tree would be a difficult subject but I urge you to experiment so you discover for yourself how easy it really is.

When you sketch, remind yourself that you want to portray a perception of your subject. Just roughly get the shape of the tree by focusing on the main branches that hold your attention and disregard the rest.

Leaves are portrayed as scribbles in the general shape of the leaf.

My sketch above is of a maple tree that's on the footpath across the road from my place.

I swapped between a 2B pencil and a 6B pencil for my tree sketches and I used photocopy paper which is always handy.

I drew the tree in August which is the middle of Winter here in Australia. As you can see, it is a deciduous tree and it has very little foliage.

Tree Sketches Pencil

I noted some details before I started the sketch...

Tree Sketch Image

  • The day was overcast and quite dull so there's not much shadow.
  • It was cold so my view point was from inside the house looking out a front window.
  • There are still some dead leaves clinging to the bottom branches.
  • The top of the tree is devoid of leaves and wispy twigs are obvious.

Weeping Willow Tree Sketch

I finished the sketch where my view was obstructed by the top of my window. The drawing would be incorrect if I changed my viewing perspective midway. Actually, the window served as a type of frame and I think it was very helpful.

Tree Sketchfab

I tried to give the trunk a bit of character judging by the light and dark that I could see from across the road.