Drawing a tree in stages for beginners -a fairly simple procedure that requires a novice artist to only understand a few rules. In just a short time the tree will be ready, it remains to finish the background strokes and you can safely enjoy the drawing. Drawing attracts the attention of all people without exception from an early age. Of course, not all then continue to draw, many refuse this venture after the first unsuccessful attempt, but in vain. Despite the fact that there are only a few talents, everyone can learn how to draw without exception, it is worthwhile to make only some efforts. Any drawing consists of separate details - lines, simple geometric figures, strokes. They simply join together in this or that order, forming the integrity of the image. Keep a pencil in the hands of even a small child, the rest - a matter of technology and practice. Today we will learn how to draw a tree in stages for beginners. Moreover, this image is very often found as a separate picture, and in various landscapes. So, let's proceed to the process itself. To begin with, we will determine the main component of any tree without exception - it is the presence of branches of different sizes and, of course, the trunk, which is the basis. Its thickest side is at the very ground, the thinnest is the upper end. All branches are on the trunk, along it, and are directed upwards. The long branches are at the bottom of the tree, the short ones are located towards the top. Now, consider each of the stages. At the first stage, we begin to draw the main part of the tree - the trunk, since from the trunk the image of almost every tree begins. As we already know, the upper part of the trunk is thinner, the lower part is thicker. When using the brush, we begin to draw the barrel from above with its tip, and draw the bottom part, pressing the whole brush, as shown in the picture below. The second stage is characterized by drawing the main(large) branches, which are represented similarly to the trunk - they are thin enough from the top, and more massive ones closer to the trunk. The thin part always goes up. In the process of work, it is important to remember that all branches should be located at different distances (see the picture below). At the third and final stage, we make ourtree crown, consisting of small twigs, departing from large, and on them even smaller ones. Little twigs in the figure should be very large and they all have the same diameter. Despite the fact that they are very thin, all twigs, as well as large ones, are directed upwards. There are some differences between drawing individualspecies of trees. If we want to draw, for example, a willow or a birch tree, we must remember them. If we considered an ordinary tree as an oak, then all the branches grew upwards or in a horizontal position. At the birch, the branches are very thin and have the property of bending and hanging towards the ground, even smaller twigs depart from them. If there is a breeze on the street, the branches swing to the sides. The willow is exactly the same. In the figure below you can see step by step how the birch is drawn step by step. Another tree, which we often draw,especially in the pre-New Year holidays, is a spruce. When you display it, remember that it resembles a triangle in shape. The structure of the trunk and branches is standard, but instead of leaves, the spruce is covered with needles (needles). The photo shows a phased drawing of a spruce.