It’s time to start a Drawing at Home session.
A really difficult disease is causing hardshipall over the world.
So, we all must stay home.
Stay home! You can stay home and draw with me.
Today we’re going to draw a picture of the ocean.
A big ocean!It’ll make you feel better for sure.
What we’re going to use is… …a pencil! If you’ve been watching my videosbut never painted, find a pencil.
And draw with me today.
What you need is a pencil… …an eraser…, …and some soft paper like toilet paper.
A little tiny piece will do.
Just a little bit.
And a piece of paper to draw on.
Any paper will do.
Go find a pencil and the other items.
I’ll wait for you here to come back with them.
Let’s get started then.
With a pencil.
First draw lines to separatethe ocean and the sky.
As many lines as you want.
This is the sky.
Shade in the sky with these lines.
With Diagonal spontaneous lines… …by thrusting the pencil.
Quickly like this.
Layers of layers of lines.
Toward the bottom of the sky… …make sure that the lines are lighter.
Gradually weaker toward the end.
You don’t need to shade aroundthe bottom lines.
Darker at the top and lighter toward the bottom.
Dark and light.
Are you done? Now… …get some soft paper.
Just a little bit.
Will this do? And do this.
Spread the graphite all over… Rub, rub, rub… Rub, rub, rub… That’s it.
This is the sky.
Rub, rub, rub… Well, this should do.
You don’t have shade around the bottom.
Just spread the graphite in the area.
Well, now the ocean.
With the pencil.
Over the lines you’ve drawn earlier, keep adding more lines… …with gradually wider space between lines.
While adding wider space between lines…, …make the lines strongerby thrusting the pencil against the paper.
Also draw hills and valleys like this.
These are waves.
Say “Splash!” while doing so.
Then… Rub just here and there with apiece of soft paper.
See? Add more lines with a pencil over them.
Make sure you say “Splash!” “These are waves!” How’s it going? Now that the ocean is done, I’m drawing a cape here.
Whatever shape you’d like.
Let’s shade it now.
Thrust, thrust, thrust… A little darker around the point.
You don’t need to shade the capearound the bottom.
See? Doesn’t it look like one? Thrust, thrust, thrust… Now with a piece of soft paper again… Just rub around the bottom of the land.
Just here and there.
Are you doing OK? Now I’m drawing rocks here.
Oh no! Where’s my pencil? Where did it go? My pencil! Ouch!!! Where is it? Here it is! Excuse me! Sorry about that.
Here, hold the pencil horizontally… …and press it hard against the paper.
Then change the direction.
Thrust the pencil and shade overthe already-shaded area.
Press the pencil as hard as you can.
Keep the pencil horizontal and thrustit against the paper… …to draw rocks.
Keep thrusting it.
Another rock here.
Keep it strong and very dark.
These are the darkest objects in the drawing.
So, they’re rocks.
Now let’s go back to the sky.
Lay the pencil flat.
Hold it lightly… …and start shading a little.
Just like this.
This is going to be a cloud.
So, here’s one.
And another one.
This should be drawn even lighter.
One more cloud here.
Here they are.
Yes… That should be enough.
The one in the top should be the darkest… …the lower clouds be shadedmore and more lightly.
That’s it! If it’s done… …now we’re going to use an eraser and draw objects in light colors.
Well, let’s see… What I have here is called a kneadable eraser… …it’s soft and flexible.
If what you have is a rectangularone like this… …use a corner of it.
Or sharpen it a little to make a pointed tip.
So it looks like this.
Or you could use a sharp cornerof your eraser.
With the tip of this eraser, I’m going to draw a lighthouse.
With this tip right here.
Somewhere around here… …like this.
See? It’s a white lighthouse.
Is it a good size? And a building with white walls right here too.
This will do.
Now that we have a white lighthouse… …let’s make some clouds as well.
For clouds, you can use a bigger side of the eraser.
Use it in circular motions like drawing circles.
Erase the graphite by drawing circles.
The circles can be big or small… …in any way you like.
You can also apply more or less pressure.
See how white clouds are taking shape? Here they are.
There are clouds.
Nice, aren’t they? How are you doing? See? Isn’t it a nice way to draw clouds? These ones as well.
See how big the sky is… In that big sky, the clouds are drifting gently.
This one as well.
The clouds should be less and less detailed.
Go like this.
I’ll work on this cloud again.
For the clouds seen in the distance… …work with the eraser by tapping… …and poking the surface.
See how that’s added the depth to the sky? Yes, that should be it.
Now pick up the pencil again.
And add some details to the lighthouse.
Add a lighter line on the other side.
The line on the right side should be darker.
If you add shade to the building this way, this will become the roof.
I’ll add a chimney as well… …like this.
Around the top of the lighthouse… …draw a tiny square and shade it… …this way.
It’ll make it a lighthouse.
Nice! Add a little more shade on the land.
See? See how it’s coming along? Now the ocean again.
Look at the lines you’ve drawn earlier.
Shade some spots where two lines crossand make a sharp angle.
That’ll make the waves look three-dimensional.
Just here and there.
Make sure there are some spots left unshaded.
We’re almost done.
Shade the front rocks again.
Try not to drop your pencil! That’s the ocean! So it’s done! How did you like it? Did you enjoy it? I wonder if little kids tried with dad and mom? I believe there are many people out therewho’ve drawn for the first time.
With only a pencil, you can draw this.
It’s a picture to remember.
Later when this hard time is over… …you’ll remember that this drawinghelped you feel better.
I’ll make more “Let’s Draw at Home” videos.
Stay tuned! See you next time!.