When winter comes, the world becomes a snow-white, flawless white. The white snow lay on the ground, as if a silver carpet had been spread over the ground. The trees are covered with thick white snow, and the branches under the snow also reveal a little green, which adds a different color to this white world.
Winter nights are peaceful. Whether it is a cute little animal or a lively child, they all hide at home and sleep soundly. Except for the whistling wind rushing and singing, almost no one appeared in this snow-white world. A different winter is the most beautiful season in many people's minds.
How to Draw a Winter Night Step by Step
Step 1 Draw the ground
Take a point near the left edge of your paper. Draw a long curved line from this point to the bottom right. This results in a slope.
Then take a point near the right end of this curve. From this point draw a slightly shorter curve towards the upper right to get another slope.
Step 2 Draw a big tree
Take two points above the slope on the left. Draw two lines down from these two points to get a tree trunk. From top to bottom, the width of the trunk is basically the same.
Draw some branches on top of this trunk as shown above. These branches are thinner at the top and thicker at the bottom.
We'll also draw an irregular shape between two of the branches for the snow that hasn't completely melted yet.
Step 3 Add the details of this tree
Add some connecting lines to the top left of this tree to form a "U"-like shape, resulting in two branches.
On the trunk of this tree, next to its left edge, draw two lines. Then draw a shape like a "6" to the right of their middle.
This completes the big tree and gives it a more textured trunk by adding lines.
Step 4 Draw another big tree
In a similar way to step 2, draw a big tree on the slope on the right. Its trunk is thicker.
Also draw an irregular shape for the snow between its two branches.
We can see that the tree on the left leans to the right, while the tree on the right leans to the left.
Step 5 Draw the ground and a bush
On the trunk of the tree on the right, add three lines along the edges to give it more texture.
Between the two slopes, draw a curve from left to right to get the other slope.
Then draw a wavy line between this slope and the tree on the right to get a bush.
Step 6 Draw a tree and two mountains
Approach the big tree on the left and draw a smaller-looking tree to the right of it. We're only drawing the upper part of it, and you'll see why in the next step.
Then draw two mountains on the back of the two trees on the left. Each mountain consists of two lines that meet at the top.
Draw a wavy line on the mountain on the left and a curved line on the mountain on the right to get the snow-covered peaks.
Step 7 Draw a tree, bush and mountains
Approach the big tree on the right and draw a smaller-looking tree on top of the bush on its left.
Draw a wavy line at the bottom of the smaller tree on the left to get another bush.
Draw a polyline between the two trees in the middle to get two mountains. Then draw a wavy line on each mountain to get the snow peaks.
Step 8 Draw the moon and stars
We drew two mountains in the previous step. Now draw a circle above them for the moon.
Then add some stars to the sky in this drawing. You can arbitrarily decide their position.
Step 9 Color this winter night
Have you ever watched the snow melt outdoors in winter? Except that the snow is white and the stars and moon are yellow, other colors like mountains, trees, sky and bushes are all for you to find out.
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