September 26, 2019 3 min read
Hi, great news - the new blog post is out, NIL Tech's new drawing tutorial: "Native American Day Drawing".
Native American Day is about valuing the long history of culture and traditions that Native Americans have protected throughout time. The holiday is celebrated in states such as South Dakota and California. Native American Day was initially called "American Indian Day" when Governor Ronald Reagan signed a resolution calling for a modification in 1968.
1. 'Native Americans' Day is a public holiday in South Dakota and Berkeley, California, instead of Columbus Day. Federal government offices are closed, as are lots of organizations and schools. It is likewise a statewide observance in all of California on the 4th Friday of September.
2. In South Dakota, individuals celebrate 'Native Americans' Day through gaining from educational resources that concentrate on the traditions, culture, and background of Native Americans. It is a day to honor the heritage of Native Americans and for both native and non-native cultures to unify, so the numerous aspects of native culture can be shared.
3. In Berkeley, California, some companies, community groups, and churches support the day through awareness-raising activities about the history, culture, and traditions of indigenous individuals of the United States. Cultural events such as markets and pow wows, which are gatherings of North America's native people, are held. In contemporary times, pow wows include dancing, singing, socializing, and commemorating Native American culture.
In this tutorial, we used the following supplies:
You may find all the tools for drawing in our Drawing pencil set
Drawing Pencil Set
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Step 1. Draw the circle of the sun on the top of the page (pencil 5H).
Step 2. Draw the contours of the body and hands (pencil 3H).
Step 3. Draw the oval of the head, the contours of the feet and hands (pencil H).
Step 4. Draw the external contours of the silhouette with details and the soil under the feet (pencil HB).
Step 5. Add the contours of the weapon (pencil HB).
Step 6. Erase the excess lines inside and outside the contour with an eraser. Outline the contours (pencil 3B).
Step 7. Shade the silhouette inside the contour (pencil 8B). Smooth graphite with a blending tool so that there were no white gaps left (blending stump). If you accidentally draw outside contour, erase the graphite with an eraser. Shade the silhouette from top to bottom. You won't rub the graphite with this technique.
Step 8. Paint over the sun and sky (somewhere in the middle, mix the colors: the sun - yellow + orange, the sky - orange + red).
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