How To Draw A River Drawing Easy [Step by Step]

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In this article, we will show you how to draw a river drawing step by step. You can watch the below video tutorial on how to draw river easy.

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How To Draw A River Drawing

By watching the below article you can draw a river drawing easily in few steps. You can see our website for more drawings. I request you to read this article because 

We provide step-by-step explanations on how to draw a river.

Step: 1 Draw a rectangle and a straight line in the middle

how to draw a river drawing
how to draw a river drawing

In step1 draw a rectangle in the page and a straight line in the middle of the river as shown in the above figure.

Step: 2 Draw two mountains and two straight lines below the second line of the river

how to draw a river
how to draw a river

In step 2 draw two triangle shapes above the first line and draw two cross lines below the second line of the river as shown in the above figure.

Step: 3 Draw a sun in the middle of the mountains of the river

draw a river step by step
draw a river step by step

In step 3 draw a sun and colour then with the suitable colours of the river as shown in the above figure.

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Interesting Facts About The river:

There are a number of natural flowing watercourses that flow towards an ocean, sea, lake or another river, usually freshwater. It is possible for a river to drain into the ground without reaching another body of water at the end of its course.

There are a number of names for small rivers, including stream, creek, brook, rivulet, and rill. Streams are defined by their size in some countries or communities, although there is no official definition of the generic term river in the case of geological features.

Small rivers are often referred to by their geographical names; examples include “run” in certain parts of the United States, “burn” in Scotland and north east England, and “beck” in northern England.

There are times when a river is defined as part of the hydrological cycle if it is larger than a creek (this is not always the case: the language is vague).

A river generally collects water from precipitation through a drainage basin as well as from other sources such as groundwater recharge, springs, and leakage from natural ice and snowpacks.  

Conclusion:

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