Drawing vegetation: Hand-drawn branch trees in plan

Drawing vegetation: Hand-drawn branch trees in plan

Drawing branched trees is more realistic than simple circle shapes.

BY BEA MARTIN

 

The silhouette effect of these styles allows the viewer to see through the canopy. However, including the objects underneath the canopy can undermine the simplicity and clarity of the symbol. Use the following templates as ideas and go simple.

 

Check all drawing templates and get a quick start by tracing them.


 

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