Here you will learn how to draw an ocean wave, easy enough even for kids! Scroll down below for a step-by-step collage and detailed instructions.
Hey! In this lesson, we have prepared a very interesting instruction on how to draw a wave for kids. Surely each of you now dreams of lying on the beach and enjoying surfing. But first, let’s learn how to draw waves together.
Waves are formed near seas, lakes, and oceans due to strong gusts of wind. They can be violent and can be the harbingers of dire storms, or they can be invisible. But as long as you are safe, the waves are beautiful, beautiful. Now let’s try to draw them. Our instructions for drawing waves are designed to be as simple and understandable as possible, even for the most novice artists.
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Wave for Kids
- Draw the top of the wave.
The top of the wave usually forms a light blue foam. In order to draw it, you first need to draw a large semicircle. At the bottom, you need to draw wavy lines.
- Draw the bottom of the wave.
Step back slightly from the formed wave and draw two wavy lines. Connect them at the end and make the ends pointed.
- Connect the two parts.
Connect the wave drawn above and the sea surface with two parallel, slightly semicircular lines.
- Add details.
Draw some small, straight lines to detail the surface of the wave.
- Color the drawing.
Color the middle blue. This is a classic shade of water. Paint the foam on the top and on the sea surface blue, or leave it white.
Congratulations on drawing such a beautiful drawing! We hope that our drawing lessons help you, and you become even better at drawing! Try to draw a waterfall again if you have never drawn such a beautiful natural phenomenon before.