Learn How to Draw Mountains Quickly & Easily!
Usually, we go with rough sketches before using darker strokes for the clean drawing. But, in this how to draw mountains tutorial, we decided to skip that part and go straight for the price, so to speak. That’s because on one hand, this is a sophisticated composition, and the guidelines would’ve simply taken too much of our time.
On the other, the drawing isn’t that complicated and you’ll be able to finish it based on your intuition. So, with that said, let’s get down to business. Take care of the trees and the water first before moving on to the mountains (00 min 19 sec). The lines should be smooth and curvy. But, there’s no need in trying to get everything to match the video 100%.
That huge mountain in the middle is the next stage of our how to draw mountains tutorial. Compared to what you’ve been learning on this website, this “big rock” is easy. Simply follow the instructions and put the strokes in. The rest is pretty much the clouds (02 min 07 sec). Again, nothing hard about them. Use zigzaggy lines and complete the picture.
Now, the coloring part will either make it or break it for you (05 min 34 sec). If you really want to learn how to draw mountains, getting the colors right should be your #1 priority. We’re using a combination of dark/light grey, green and blue to create just the right contrast.
Before you learn how to draw Mountains, did you know?
Mountains come in all shapes and sizes. They’re huge, and one look at them is all it’s gonna take for you to believe in the greatness of Mother Nature. Usually, mountains are one of the first things that we draw, because they’re relatively easy. But, as with any other drawing, you can take your skills to the next level and draw some truly awesome landscapes.
The tallest mountains found on each continent on Earth in order of height are…
- Mount Kosciuszko in Australia with a peak of 2,228m / 7,310ft
- Puncak Jaya in Indonesia /Australasia with a peak of 4,884m / 16,024ft
- Mount Vinson in Antarctica with a peak of 4,892m / 16,050ft
- Mount Elbrus in Europe with a peak of 4,741m / 15,554ft
- Kilimanjaro in Africa with a peak of 5,885m / 19,308ft
- Denali in North America with a peak of 6,144m / 20,157ft
- Aconcagua in South America with a peak of 6,961m / 22,838ft
- Mount Everest in Asia with a peak of 8,848m / 29,029ft