In this post I will describe different compositions for drawing pen and ink landscapes. In pen and ink tutorials, we looked at drawing different elements individually in detail. The next step is to understand how these elements can be used together in different ways to create effective and pleasing landscapes. This is done in the following pages. After going through the following, try drawing one of your own. You can find many more examples in easy pen and ink drawings.
In addition, I have video demonstrations of compositions covered on my YouTube channel. I will regularly add new videos to my YouTube channel and you can subscribe to my channel to be notified of any new addition.
Pen and Ink Landscapes: Compositions with Tree Trunks
Very pleasing landscapes can be done with trunks as primary element. Click here for detailed discussion on drawing pen and ink landscapes with tree trunks. Following are some examples.
Pen and Ink Landscapes: Compositions with Trees
Following are some examples of landscapes focusing on drawings with trees. Click here for detailed discussion on drawing landscapes with trees as primary elements.
Drawing a Wooded Area
Following are some examples of a wooded area. Click here to learn how to draw a wooded area in detail.
Pen and Ink Landscapes: Compositions with Mountains
Landscapes with mountains are always appealing and here I discuss ways of using them in your landscapes. Following are some examples.
After you go through these compositions and watch the demonstration, try drawing some of your own using these as your guide. If you have any questions or comments, do feel free to reach out to me.