I have rather little experience drawing landscape, and so I don't know much about creating atmosphere or anything like that. I did enjoy giving it all a go though, but as you can see I quite often reverted back to drawing zoomed in areas of the scene rather than a whole scene itself.
I quite liked the tree stump drawing on the right for a while, but then I drew the deer to the left of it and it seems to have spoilt how much I liked this page before. I'm not entirely sure why, but whatever I did to it it made it look like it had a moustache. I knew I wasn't very good at drawing human faces but I didn't realise that attempting this stag would produce such a painfully bad drawing. Maybe I'll go back and attempt to draw him slightly better one day.
Above is my final for this little adventure, and I have to say that I'm not entirely keen on it even though I don't dislike it. I just feel it may lack depth but I also tried not to go too mad with tone because I wanted to bear in mind the subtleties of the landscape. Mostly, I feel like I should have darkened the tones nearer the foreground to make there seem like there is a distance between the trees behind and the grass in front.