In this lesson, you will learn how to draw mistletoe step by step. This guide is very helpful and consists of only nine steps.
I want to bring to your attention a new interesting lesson in which you will learn how to draw mistletoe step by step. With a simple step-by-step guide, you will quickly draw this plant.
I am very glad that you are showing interest in the drawing lessons provided on this site, and now you will learn how to draw mistletoe step by step. Mistletoe is an evergreen shrub plant that usually grows on tree branches.
The mistletoe has beautifully shaped leaves and small white or red berries. Traditionally, the leaves and berries of this plant decorate the house for Christmas. From this plant, you can make beautiful compositions, make wreaths, and beautiful bouquets.
In the picture, you see two green leaves and three red berries. It looks very nice. I hope that you can easily draw this plant. Simple instruction will help you with this, in which each step is demonstrated and supplemented with a small hint.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw Mistletoe Step by Step
- Draw the first berry.
This is a simple step in which you have to draw an even circle.
- Add the second berry.
Depict a semicircle on the side.
- Sketch out the third berry.
Draw another half circle in the background.
- Depict the side of one sheet.
From the berries, draw a curved line down to depict the pointed edge of the leaf.
- Draw the second side of the sheet.
Sketch out a line of the same shape next to it to make a closed contour.
- Add the side of the second sheet.
At this point, you need to draw a curved line.
- Depict the rest of the outline of the sheet.
Draw a curved line to depict the second sheet of the same shape.
- Sketch out the veins on the leaves.
Draw a thin line in the center of each sheet.
- Color the mistletoe.
Use red for berries and green for leaves.
At the end of the lesson, I suggest you download a PDF file in which you will find brief instructions and additional useful materials. Save this file so you can refer back to this tutorial if needed.
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