How to Draw The Wind. There’s nothing quite like a cool breeze brushing against you on a hot day.

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We have all experienced the wind before, but not everyone can know what causes the wind to behave in this way.

We won’t go into those explanations here, but if you want to seduce the wind, you’ve come to the right place!

The wind can sometimes be mysterious, but knowing how to draw it doesn’t have to be.

How to Draw The Wind

Step 1

We have a cute scene that we will draw in this how to draw the wind tutorial!

In this tutorial, we will draw a child in a raincoat who is being blown away by a strong gust of wind, and we will start with the child’s face.

Start with two circles for the eyes, then add some pupils and eyelashes.

You can then use some simple lines for the nose and mouth, and then you can finish with the outline of the face and the brim of the hat they are wearing.

Step 2

This part of your wind drawing gives something special to the child the wind is blowing on.

Use curved lines for the arm of the coat they are wearing, and then draw the hand holding the coat collar.

Finally, draw some line details on the hat they are wearing for this step. There will be an empty area at the top of the hat, as we’ll be drawing an umbrella covering that area shortly.

Step 3

We will continue to add some details to the child in this step of our how-to-draw the wind guide.

Use curved lines starting from the top of the umbrella to draw the different umbrella segments.

Then draw the shape of the hand on the other arm holding the umbrella handle. Finally, you can draw this handle with a few more curved lines.

Step 4

In this part of your wind drawing, all you have to do is draw wavy lines to form the shapes of the scarf that will come off the baby’s neck.

Then you can use a lattice pattern to give the scarf a tartan look. Finally, draw the sleeve for the second arm and then draw a line for the baby’s chest.

Step 5

In this step of our how to draw the wind guide, you will draw the rain cloud that causes the gust of wind.

Before you do that, you can first draw the bottom half of the child’s raincoat. It blows in the wind and has some round button details and lines for the stitches.

Then it’s time to draw the cloud. Use lots of jagged lines connected to create the outline of this cloud. Then, you can draw a face on the cloud for a fun twist.

Finish this step by dragging lots of raindrops from the cloud onto the child. Remember to draw a gust of wind from the cloud too!

Step 6

The boy in your wind drawing is decked out in full rain gear, and we’ll finish him off by drawing him in rain boots.

Use curved lines to outline the legs, and then add striped details on the inside. Finally, tuck the boots under the pants and add some triangular details at the edge.

Then you can add some final details in the next step, so here we go!

Step 7

Before we color this image, let’s add some final details on how to draw the wind guide.

Use some smooth lines to create a muddy base for the baby, then draw a windblown flower to finish it off.

Make sure to add any fun details to the picture you might like before proceeding to the final step!

Step 8

This is the last step of your wind drawing; in this one, you can bring it to life with some amazing colors.

In our reference image, we tried to use as many vibrant colors for the image as possible.

We did this by adding some nice bright colors to the umbrella segments and the baby’s clothes.

You can use this reference as a guide if you like these colors too, but you should also use whatever colors you love for that color.

Once you’ve decided on the colors you want, experiment and have fun with the artistic means you use to bring the colors to life!

Your Wind Drawing is Finished!

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