Make a fire picture by following the directions. It is easy to do. It is fun for kids and beginners.
Drawing fire is not hard. You just need to make it look like a bright light source. You want to focus on making it look flat. In other words, you want to make it look like it’s glowing. It’s flat and glowing.
This tutorial will teach you how to draw a campfire. It is a very easy tutorial to follow. There are only a few steps. If you follow these steps, you will be able to draw a very realistic campfire.
Consider the science of fire
Fire is made up of gases and oxygen. The gases are escaping and then it’s mixing with oxygen and it’s making the fire. The fire is hot and the hottest part is the brightest part. The wind is blowing the fire around and it’s making it lean.
To make a fire drawing more interesting, draw one part of the fire to be brighter and stand out more. If all parts of the fire are equally bright, it will look fake. Maybe one part of your fire drawing will be brighter than the rest.
How to draw fire step-by-step guide
Fire drawing is hard because fire is dynamic. It has no set shape or definition and it’s unpredictable. Fire is also translucent and it can be hard to see the flame and the air.
- Line Work
I like to draw fire because it can be used to make a scene feel a certain way. It can be used to make a scene feel cozy or it can be used to make a scene feel scary. When I started to draw fire, I started with markers. Markers are good to use because they can make smooth transitions of color and they can make light and dark areas. I used the Arteza Everblend Markers – Set of 60. I used this art markers set because it has a lot of colors and they are dual ended so you can blend the colors and put in details.
Follow this step-by-step guide to draw a fire.
That’s it! You’ve finished our drawing guide on how to draw fire! We hope you are happy with your drawing and that you can now draw fire in the future. It can be a little difficult at first, but once you get the basics down, it will be easy to draw fire again and again in the future. We hope you enjoyed our guide and that you can now draw fire in the future.