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How to Draw Nature Scenery of Waterfall, Sunset and Houses

How to Draw Nature Scenery of Waterfall, Sunset and Houses

How to Draw Nature Scenery of Waterfall, Sunset and Houses | Easy Waterfall Sunset Scenery Drawing

How to Draw Nature Scenery of Waterfall, Sunset, and Houses | Easy Sunset Over Waterfall Scenery Drawing.

How to draw easy and beautiful sunset over waterfall scenery with oil pastels and color pencils for beginner. Simple sunset scenery drawing step by step.

Hi everybody, welcome to my channel, how to draw easy scenery. In this video, I am going to draw a simple scenery of sunset, waterfall, and houses with oil pastels step by step.

It is simple scenery but looks beautiful. By watching this video, we can learn: How to draw easy sunset scenery drawing, How to draw a beautiful nature scenery, How to draw waterfall scenery, How to draw houses beside waterfall, and also how to color scenery with oil pastels gradation technique.

To draw this simple scenery, we need :
1). Paper or sketch book
2). Black pen, marker, or pencil
3). Oil pastels and color pencils
4). Tissue

First Step : Sketching
To draw the outline of the scenery, I use a snowman twinpen. You can also use ur pencil or marker for this step.

When drawing the outline, try to draw it from front side to the back side object. It will be good for the scenery.

Second Step : Coloring
For coloring, I use Greebel oil pastels with 55 colors to color the scenery. I also use Faber castel color pencils to color some spots

You can see the name of the colors I use during the video, in coloring step. So please don’t skip this video and watch it till the end.

Thank you so much for watching this video. I Hope you enjoy and like it.

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The physical world or the universe can be thought of as nature in its most general meaning. The term “nature” can be used to refer to the occurrences that occur in the physical world, as well as life in general. The study of natural phenomena constitutes a significant portion, if not the only focus, of the scientific method. Even though humans are a component of the natural world, many people consider human activity to be a distinct category from that of other natural occurrences.

The word “nature” comes from the Old French nature, which in turn comes from the Latin word natura, which can imply “fundamental attributes, natural disposition,” and in earlier times literally meant “birth.” The word “nature” was borrowed from the Old French nature. In ancient philosophical writings, the term “natura” is most commonly used as a Latin translation of the Greek word “physis,” which originally referred to the inherent qualities of plants, animals, and other aspects of the world to develop of their own accord.

In modern philosophical writings, the term “physis” is more commonly used. It began with certain core applications of the word “” by pre-Socratic philosophers (though this word had a dynamic dimension at that time, especially for Heraclitus), and it has steadily gained currency ever since. The concept of nature as a whole, the physical universe, is one of several expansions of the original notion.

As a result of the development of the modern scientific method over the course of the last few centuries, people began to view nature as a passive reality that was organised and driven by divine laws. As a result of the Industrial Revolution, nature came to be regarded more and more as the aspect of reality that was unaffected by human intervention; as a result, certain traditions (Rousseau, American transcendentalism) regarded it as sacred, while others regarded it as merely a decorum for divine providence or human history (Hegel, Marx). At the same time, however, a vitalist picture of nature that was more closely aligned with the presocratic one began to make a comeback, particularly after Charles Darwin.

The concepts of geology and wildlife are frequently referred to when people use the word “nature” in today’s diverse contexts. In some contexts, the term “nature” can refer to the processes associated with inanimate objects as well as the general realm of living plants and animals.

This describes the manner in which certain types of things exist and change of their own accord, such as the weather and the geology of the Earth. It is commonly understood to refer to the “natural environment” or the wilderness, which includes things like wild animals, rocks, and forests, as well as anything else that has not been significantly altered by human activity, or that continues to exist in spite of human interference.

For instance, man-made items and human interaction are not typically regarded as being a part of nature, unless they are specifically referred to as “human nature” or “the entirety of nature,” respectively. This older, more conventional understanding of natural phenomena, which can still be found in modern times, suggests that there is a distinction to be made between the natural and the artificial, with the artificial being understood to be anything that has been brought into existence by the activity of a human mind or consciousness. The term “natural” may also be used to differentiate between the unnatural or the supernatural, however this distinction is very dependent on the specific situation.

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