When deciding how to draw or design a beach house landscape for a cartoon, picture or any other sort of animation or drawing, it is best to keep the main elements of a beach house--weather, water and open area--in mind.
Create a large area where the house will be located. Place it in an area of sand with tall, feathery grasses at least 100 feet from the water.
Design the house as a two-story house in natural colors such as light blue or eggshell. Create a large porch from the front and back on both stories, with hammocks and rocking chairs. Create a variety of windows on the house so there is a view and the appearance of fresh air entering and exiting the household.
Create the element of weather with a blue sky, some puffy white clouds and sunshine. Or, some beachfront properties are known to be overcast often with high winds. In this case, add a gray-blue sky and low clouds, with the grasses being blown to side to appear like wind.
Add vegetation besides the tall grasses to the beach house landscape, such as seaweed, ivy, geraniums, jasmine, bougainvillea, sumac and day lilies. Trees that are well-known to oceanfront areas include date palm tress, palmetto trees, red cedar, maples and oak trees.
Include the ocean water in the picture or graphic to make it clear that it is a beach house landscape. The water can be still, crashing ashore, or with the tide in or out. Create it a blue green, dark blueish gray or green water, depending on the area where you are placing the beach house (such as Florida, Maine, California or Oregon).