As I can’t stress enough to mention, you can use sketchnotes to visualize basically everything. I always wanted to use it for a song, so this year I decided to sketchnote a christmas song. I wanted to sketch one of the not so boring ones like Silent Night (Sorry!) and so I ended up sketching Jingle Bells. That was actually quite an interesting thing to do because I really learned a lot about it. Like: It was not intendend to be a christmas song in first place but more of a sleigh race song. And if you listen to the lyrics you see, there is not much mention of christmas or holidays in it. It is more about sleigh crashs and picking up girls. Funny thing though: People barely ever sing the other three verses.
Hoho! Ever wondered how you can draw a christmas tree very easily! I got you covered! Here are three simple ways to draw a christmas tree. Go and draw!
1. Christmas tree using triangles
Use triangles in every size and shape to draw a simple christmas tree. The more triangles you pile, the bigger the tree! Makes sure that the lower triangle is wider than the on on top!
2. Christmas tree with lines
Christmas trees with lines are so simple! Just make your line wander, either in a zickzack way or like a spiral. Start small and go big. Voila!
2. Christmas tree around a trunk
You can also add single lines like waves, angles or zick zacks to a line (=trunk). Start small to big!
Now add a star to the top and if you like some sparkle with circles! Merry Christmas!