In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw a realistic Christmas tree. This lesson is sure to please any aspiring artist and child!
I have prepared for you a wonderful drawing lesson in which I will tell and show you how to draw a realistic Christmas tree step by step. I am sure that this lesson will cheer you up and also help you improve your artistic skills significantly.
The tradition of decorating a Christmas tree with colorful balls, toys, garlands, and a star has been around for many years. For many of you, the image of Christmas is associated with the aroma of spruce and its bright decorations. The Christmas tree you will draw with this tutorial will look realistic as you draw the ends of the branches in detail.
By learning how to draw a realistic Christmas tree with the help of this drawing lesson, you will be able to decorate various Christmas cards with this image, as well as paint pictures of a Christmas tree.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Realistic Christmas Tree
- Draw the top and left parts of the spruce.
Use curved lines of various lengths to depict the ends of the spruce branches.
- Add the right side of the Christmas tree.
Continue drawing the previously drawn curved lines by adding wavy and curved lines.
- Add the bottom of the spruce.
Now you should depict curved and wavy lines on the left side.
- Finish drawing the outline of the spruce.
To draw the bottom of the spruce, connect the previously drawn lines using curved lines.
- Start drawing the decoration.
At the top of the spruce, add some balls of different sizes, as shown in the picture.
- Add some more Christmas balls.
In the middle of the spruce, draw circles, as shown in the figure.
- Add the remaining balls.
Now you should draw several circles of different sizes at the bottom of the spruce.
- Sketch out the star.
At the top of the spruce, depict the star using straight lines, as shown in the figure.
- Color the drawing.
To color the drawing, use green, blue, orange, red, and yellow.
I will be glad to read your feedback and ideas for new drawing lessons. Don’t forget to download the PDF file, which contains a short version of this lesson, as well as additional practice materials to help you complete it.