Drawing a scene with leaves falling from a tree or anywhere else will instantly remind anyone of the fall season. I try to draw these scenes from my memory, as I do my best to capture the view of those bone dry trees, with leaves everywhere on the ground. Of course, I can understand if you’re unfamiliar with such scenes. Don’t worry, because I know a few good tutorials which can show you how to draw leaves falling from a tree.
There are two ways you can draw a scene with falling leaves. You can either show the leaves midair while falling from the tree, or you could just keep the tree dry, and show that the leaves have already fallen on the ground. Or, if you want, you could mix the two scenes together, and show them in one single frame.
In this video tutorial, we'll learn how to take an easy and simple approach to drawing a scene showing the falling of leaves from a tree. It's an extremely straightforward design, and there's no complex step or technique involved here. This tutorial is perfect for kids, given how easy it is. In fact, most of them won't even need to look at the process before starting to drawing.
This next tutorial is also a kid friendly one where they'll learn how to draw leaves falling from a tree. It's a very simple and easy drawing to work on. The drawing lacks details, and hence, it's perfect for all those kids. They'll love working on new ideas like this one. It's not that time consuming, and can be finished within a few minutes.
In this step by step video tutorial, the artist will show you how to draw a picture of leaves falling from a tree. Compared to the other two, this drawing is slightly more detailed. It also shows the foliage of leaves that has accumulated at the tree's base. All in all, it's a very easy drawing to work on. The tutorial is neatly explained as well, and hence, you won't face any difficulties in understanding the process.
This next one is a silhouette of a tree where the leaves have already fallen. The leaf less tree captures the essence of the fall season perfectly. It's an easy thing to draw, and doesn't need involve any special sketching technique. You simply draw the tree, and coat it with a dark pencil shade. If you want, you can add a few leaves at the base of the tree to make it look a bit different.
This one is more of a scribble than an actual artwork. It somewhat resembles the things you’d draw on the back of your note copy whenever you were bored in class. It’s very easy to produce something like this. You just take a pen or pencil, and get to it. This drawing doesn’t need perfection, but it could’ve used some more details. See if you can add them on your own, and give this drawing an upgrade.
This beginner’s level tutorial will show you a quick and easy way to draw leaves falling from a tree. The drawing is more of a tree that has already shed most of its leaves. But I think this still counts. If you want, you can make it a bit more interesting by showing the dry fallen leaves at the base of the tree. You can make a lot of additions to this drawing if you think this one looks a bit too bland for your taste.
This is what you’d call a quick scribble of a tree with falling leaves. It appears as though the leaves have already fallen, and are accumulating at the tree’s base. I understand that this isn’t your everyday drawing lesson, but I think you could use this in places where it won’t be at the center of attention. Basically, it’s a drawing that’s meant to belong in the background of your main drawing.
This is a beginner’s level tutorial that’ll show you how to paint leaves blowing in the wind. The leaves are quite nicely drawn, and although they aren’t that detailed, they still have a proper structure and shape. It’s an easy drawing to work on, and can be used with other drawings as well.
Although this is just a plain and simple drawing of a dead tree, I want you to reimagine this artwork, and add your own creativity to it. You can merge this drawing with the one we’ve just seen, where the leaves are blowing in the wind. That’d make a really aesthetic artwork. This drawing here is for you to experiment with. So don’t be shy to try it out, and feel free to go crazy with it.
This is a step by step video tutorial on how to draw falling leaves. These are basically your everyday leaves, except that I think they’ll look perfect for an artwork with falling leaves. These are a bit more detailed compared to the other ones, and I think you can replace those leaves with the ones you’ll learn to draw here.
My husband and I are learning how to draw and paint. We wanted to share this learning process with the world and have fun! That's why we created this blog. We'll have drawing contests every week and you'll decide who won that week! Follow along and learn with us!
Jimena & Iñigo