chinese scenery picture

Blogger / 1 November, 2021 / Nanny Anita

Chinese Scenery Pictures

I had some really lovely art scenery ideas show up on my social media the other week, which was a great timing as YC was doing an art project for school which involved her filling up a sketch book.  These Chinese scenery pictures were a nice way to explore using charcoals, pastels, and chalk.

Make sure you follow my drawing board on Pinterest for more ideas.  Don’t forget to save the pin for later.

To make your own Chinese scenery pictures you will need:

  • Paper
  • Bowl
  • Chalks, pastels, or charcoals
  • Tissue
  • Pencil
  • Black fine tip pen

In the middle of a piece of plain paper draw around the bowl.

Then, using a separate piece of paper, tear some strips to make the mountains.  You need to plan out where the hills will fall inside the circle.

chinese scenery pictures

When you are ready use those bits of torn paper as a stencil.  Lie one inside your circle and use the chalk to scrape over the edge to create the mountain.  Either use a finger, or piece of tissue, to smudge the colour together.  You will need to keep adding layers to your mountains to build it up.  Just make sure to clean your fingers, otherwise you may get chalky fingerprints across your drawing.

chinese scenery pictures

When you are satisfied with your mountains, add some extra bits to your Chinese scenery pictures.  This could be some birds, a boat, cherry tree, pagoda, sun, or the moon.  I would recommend doing these parts in pencils or maybe a fine tipped pen.

If you enjoyed making these Chinese scenery pictures, be sure to check out my drop paintings and galaxy paintings.

Pin for later:

Chinese scenery pictures, kids craft.

In The Spotlight

Heelys Rolls Into Spring With New Collection

Heelys, the original two-in-one wheely shoe launched in 2000, is preparing for the upcoming Easter holidays with its new spring collection. Ideal for encouraging an active, healthy lifestyle, the stylish designs will ensure kids (big and small) will roll through the holidays with ease.

The collection consists of 19 designs, including three brand new Heelys shapes: Reserve Ex, Reserve Low and Pro 20 Half Flood. The Reserve Ex has a basketball shoe style, while the Reserve Low and Pro 20 Half Flood tap into the current Y2K trend for an extra chunky sole.

Match your Heelys to your mood, with designs split across two main aesthetics – a darker colour scheme vs. a lighter, spring-inspired palette. Think camouflage print, graffiti text and paint drips contrasting with pastel colours, tie-dye, metallic laces, foil and rainbow print.

Available in the UK and Europe on the Heelys website and retailers, the collection is available in sizes C12-7 across single or two-wheeled styles. RRPs range from £49.99 to £69.99.


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