Today, in this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw vegetables. This lesson will be simple and useful.
I have prepared for you a very interesting lesson in which you will learn how to draw vegetables step by step. I am sure that you will like this lesson very much, and you will easily cope with this work.
The ability to draw vegetables will definitely come in handy in the future for creating many of your other drawings. Usually, the image of vegetables on any surface is called a still life. I think you know that vegetables are the edible part of some plants.
Of course, vegetables are a very important part of the human diet, as they contain many useful vitamins and minerals. There are many examples of vegetables.
For example, these are cucumbers, carrots, beets, tomatoes, cabbage, potatoes, and many others. I remind you that with the help of our lessons, you will also be able to draw some types of vegetables separately.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Vegetables
- Draw the outline of the tomato.
Depict a shape that looks like a slightly deformed circle using a curved line.
- Add the outline of the carrot.
On the left side of the drawn tomato, depict the carrot using a long, curved line.
- Depict the outline of the mushroom.
On the right side of the vegetables, draw the mushroom using rounded and curved lines.
- Sketch out the pepper.
Draw the outline of the pepper using rounded lines of different sizes.
- Add the tops of the vegetables.
Depict the stems and leaves of the carrots, tomatoes, and peppers using curved lines.
- Draw the cabbage.
In the background of vegetables, sketch out the large cabbage.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Use the eraser to remove any unnecessary guidelines.
- Color the drawing.
To color the vegetables, use orange, red, gray, yellow, and shades of green.
Do not forget to download the PDF file that I have prepared especially for your convenience, so that you can return to this drawing lesson at any time convenient for you, even without an Internet connection.