It is possible to refer to the basic step-by step drawing instructions that follow below.
Draw two vertical lines to represent the mushroom. Draw this using an HB pencil or #2. Be sure to draw it in the same way as shown in the photo.
Draw two red ovals to approximate the size of the mushroom caps.
Don’t make me think of… the image appears like a misaligned soccer ball imitating soccer ball. You can draw the curves. They’re not exactly the same, so keep an watch on the area the area where they “V” each other.
Draw two lines that curve in the first Oblong shape. Make sure to include the half circle in the second oval. The reason these lines are there is to facilitate pattern positioning and orientation.
Draw the cap along with the stem and cap of your first one by using shadow lines.
I carried out this step on my own so that you can concentrate at the size model. These guidelines will assist you to understand the curvature of the design. There is no need to be perfect in the shape.
Then draw the stem and cap of the second one. Make sure you have the adorable umbrella-shaped cap’s overhang and around the root.
We’re getting close to finishing. There’s a reason for why the curves don’t appear to be at the middle. The torso that is included allows the gills to shine as if they were the gills of a Ringling Bros. See the guidelines’ guidelines to assist you in organizing your. Note: I didn’t draw the same amount of bearing as the image of reference. I reduced them to help reduce confusion and unneeded clutter.
This line drawing was created specifically for you if aren’t interested in the shading and blending in pencil. If not, we can continue by drawing the pencil.
Here’s a sketch drawn using the 0.7mm mechanical pencil. Take a close look and determine the lines you draw look like this. You can erase them if certain parts like the nose or eyes aren’t aligned. Make use of your kneaded eraser. the kneaded eraser to erase shadow contours and dark lines to create an appearance that is more realistic when shade. Shade shifts from dark to light (or in reverse) must be smooth…no rough lines. Take your time it’s not as hard as you might think. When you create more pictures this will be much easier for you.
The Acrylics took the win this time! Sandpaper, the newest kid on the block , has to lean on my incredible Titanium White or Opaque Watercolors to get the highlights! Yaaah! Try it and you’ll be awestruck!