Description: The weather is starting to really warm up which means city and state beaches will start piling in the people. Today I will show you "how to draw a beach scene" and I know I've done beach tuts in the past but they weren't too colorful and didn't really have the "beach" setting. In this lesson I have a lunge chair, umbrella and beach ball. Even though I'd like to have my own quiet spot on the beach all to myself, I know in reality that isn't possible. For some reason I notice more and more people just go to the beach to lay in the sun, read a book, and to build sand castles. Although I do see some folks swimming in the water, you don't see as many that should. Anyways, this is a colorful, simple lesson that anybody can tackle. Have fun with it, and happy summer folks!
Description: We are now ready to start drawing the beach umbrella. Start by drawing the staff or pole of the umbrella and then stick it in the sand. Make a small darkened circle at the base of the pole to show that it is indeed stuck in the sand.
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