This How to Draw a Volcano lesson is simple but brings about significance with it that no one should dismiss. If you’re in a Geology or Environmental Science class, the picture can be quite helpful in understanding the volcano’s structure and how it reaches a point of expelling magma. If you are a volcanologist or a disaster preparedness advocate, this can help you out in raising the awareness of people living alongside a volcano or within the critical radius once it explodes. Volcanoes are classified as land forms and are also seen as tourist attractions and panoramic photography subjects all over the world. But they can be very dangerous and destructive too when they erupt. One of the movies that showed this is the Pierce Brosnan-starrer Dante’s Peak in 1997 which was cleverly written by Leslie Bohem and directed by Roger Donaldson. Capture a volcano spewing magma and with flowing lava along its slopes by following this How to Draw a Volcano tutorial. The colors you put in your sketch will bring life to it.