Water, water, everywhere—it's easier than you think. Bodies of water need to sit flat, which means eye level and an elliptical curve in the bank or shoreline that works like the edge of a big dish out there in the landscape. Some things to consider as you draw water:
Think about eye level and making the water lay flat like a dish in space, then add light and flickering texture.
Reflections are fun, just see them and draw them like the objects themselves. Think about pattern on a surface you've already drawn—it could generate an entirely different drawing.
Capturing reflections on water can add interest and detail to your drawing.
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