Drawing a landscape with oil pastel is notdifficult, but for work will require a little experience and knowledge. In this article, you can learn how to properly select materials and tools for work, how to transfer the drawing to paper or canvas. The step-by-step pictures of the work process provided by us will make your task much easier. Beautiful landscapes always attracted the attention of a person. Practical all famous artists practiced the creation of beautiful paintings with painted landscapes. There are times when you especially like the look or image of him in the picture you want to draw yourself. if you have the ability, the talent for painting, then you easily realize your idea in life. But, if you do not know how to draw, then without a detailed description of the creative process and a visual aid in the form of photographs you can not do. Today we will paint one of the landscapes, using an oil pastel, blurred by turpentine. In order to make the picture really beautiful, we will need to take a thick paper of high quality or a canvas, pre-primed. Now we need to choose a picture with a picture on it, liked, the landscape. The main contours we will transfer to canvas or paper, depending on what we will be the basis. The next step in the work will be painting overcrayons of the whole space. In doing so, we use different colors, for each site we take our own shade. So, to paint over the sky, we need blue, blue, and also a little pink. In order to depict the grass, we will take crayons of green color, a few shades will be needed. For the road you need yellow and brown, and for trees - green, brown and red. In the sky, as a rule, there are always clouds, so we leave this area white, unpainted. As a result, we will get an image, as in the picture below. After putting flowers on paper, we will needthem to blur. As a means for washing, we will use turpentine. Remember, you need to blur very carefully, so as not to spoil the entire drawing even before it is ready. To do the washing, we will use a brush and a clean rag. A brush needs to be moistened with turpentine and cover them completely one area. First of all, we will deal with the sky. Now take a rag and circular motions, very quickly rub the turpentine applied to the chalk. It is this process that is called wash of paint. If we need to get more clarified areas of the sky, then we will additionally apply turpentine on them and once again weighed using a clean rag. Exactly the same actions we need to spend alternately and with the rest of our future landscape - grass, road, trees. After the end of the wash, we return to the sky, more precisely to the clouds on it. For this we use pure turpentine and a clean rag. Rinse turpentine needs from the light side to the painted. In the end, we get the softness effect that is characteristic of the cloud. After the turpentine dries, we needwill draw small details, add dark, saturated colors, depict shadows on the grass and trees, the road. When we make the sky behind the clouds a little darker, the clouds will seem bigger than they really are, bigger. In the same way, we draw objects that are in the background (grass and road). We will not touch the background. It will remain blurred, since any planes, objects that are far away, near the horizon, have a more transparent appearance (air perspective rule). Our landscape can be considered complete. It is important to remember that the picture, the drawing made with the help of oil pastel, will finally dry up not earlier than seven days, or even later. Therefore, during storage it is required to lay tracing paper or simply paper.