“My friend who’s a weather forecaster told me how to draw clouds for each season.
But it’s not just the flora that looks different from season to season, but the skies as well, and to help reflect that in your art Japanese Twitter user @go_fathom has four simple pointers.
The advice was incredibly effective, as each drawing carries with it a completely different feeling evocative of that time of year.
Some of the visual cues are easy to spot and emulate, such as sakura cherry blossoms in the spring or red maple leaves in the fall.
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