How to draw a willow tree with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawings for kids and beginners.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing the curved trunk. Use pairs of curves for the trunk and individual roots. Stems and roots should overlap slightly.
Use pairs of curves, some overlapping with the trunk lines, to outline branches or limbs. Draw “V” shaped lines at the ends of a number. Then start sketching the foliage. Use a series of interconnected “U” shaped lines.
Continue drawing the fallen foliage. Use a series of connected “U” shaped lines to draw “V” shaped cotton balls.
Continue drawing “V” shaped verdur flower clusters using a series of connected “U” shaped lines. Texture the leaves with single “U” shaped lines and short chains of connecting lines.
Draw two more crying “V” shaped cotton balls using a series of connected “U” shaped lines. Then use longer curved lines to draw the side of the tree crown. Texture the foliage with curves and “U” shapes.
Use curved lines to further outline the crown of the tree. Notice that the tops of the branches overlap. Texture the leaves with some “U” shaped lines.
Draw the top branch of the willow tree, using a series of interconnected curved lines. Notice how its vertex overlaps its faces and with the existing contours. Texture the leaves with curves.
Complete the outline of the tree using a series of connecting curves.
Texture the leaves with some connecting curves. Bark texture with curves and swirls. Then draw the ground below the tree using wavy lines with points facing up.
Color your crying willow cartoon. Both the bark and leaves of the willow tree are usually silvery green.