|Here's a handy tip to remember when drawing hills and mountains: cheat!You will need crayons and paper.|
|Draw a few simple hills with a green crayon, and then put a letter C down the middle of each hill drawn.|
|Colour in one side of the hill with a light green, and then the other side with a darker green.|
You will start to get the effect of rolling hills, where the sunlight is coming from one side shining down on the lighter hillside, and shadows on the other side.
|It works for mountains too. |
If you put your crayon into the wrong hand, it helps you to draw what a mountain should look like, because it will help give it a wobbly effect!
Once again, put a letter "C" down each mountain.
|Colour in again, like before. Do one side of the mountain lightly, and the other side slightly darker.|
|When youíve finished, youíll have something that looks like this.|
Another good use of this technique is for sand dunes - one side a light yellow and the other a dark orange.
You donít have to use crayons either. Watercolours work just as well!
Try it yourself!