Categories
BLOG

weed drawings step step

How to Easily Draw A Pot Leaf Step By Step

We’ve got multiple videos and the best step by step guide for drawing a pot leaf. Continue on your journey below to become a pro designer of marijuana leaves digitally and on pen and paper.

Basic Step by Step of individual leaves:

Advanced Vector Image Drawn in Illustrator:

Here is a beautiful example of a vector image designed in adobe illustrator by a professional graphic designer. This takes time to learn the intricacies of the program (and pay for it), but clearly this is a badass drawing.

How to Draw a Marijuana Leaf Step by Step Youtube Videos

Here are three of the best how to videos from Youtube. These are the most useful live example tools, and you get to see minor differences in methodology, etc.

How to Easily Draw A Pot Leaf Step By Step We’ve got multiple videos and the best step by step guide for drawing a pot leaf. Continue on your journey below to become a pro designer of marijuana

How to draw Grass and Weeds

Introduction

A simple pencil stroke

Practice

Practice drawing various “textures” to depict grass. Here are a few tips:

  • Vary the length of the grass. Unless the grass is from a manicured urban lawn, the grass will not be the same length. Varying the length will add interest.
  • A slight arch with the pencil stroke will keep the grass from looking stiff and unnatural.
  • Add a variety of weeds including broad leaf plants. Again this will add interest to your scene.
  • Create light, wispy grass with lighter pencil strokes.
  • For a thicker carpet of grass, use shorter, firmer pencil stroke.
  • For large sections of grass, use a 4H or 2H chisel point lead and layer a light tone over the area. This will add uniformity.

How much detail?

So how much detail should be used when depicting grass? Well, that depends on what your landscape dictates. Grass in the far distance is easy as it should be nothing more than a tonal value. Even around the tree in the foreground of “Honey Creek”, the grass is little more than a texture.

It isn’t until you get to the closest foreground area that you “might” be able to distinguish individual blades of grass. By keeping this in perspective, it makes drawing grass so much easier as it is now just another “texture” added to the landscape.

How to draw Grass and Weeds Introduction A simple pencil stroke Practice Practice drawing various “textures” to depict grass. Here are a few tips: Vary the length of the grass.