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How to Draw an Easter Egg Tree

Artist: Dawn / March 15, 2012
How to Draw an Easter Egg Tree

Step 1.

Begin this tree design by making a straight vertical line down the center of your drawing paper. Next, add two branches that are forked off to either side like so.

Step 2.

Next, begin drawing the trunk of the tree as well as the major branches which will have smaller curled in branches attached to the main trunk of the tree. Draw the twisted twig like twigs like so, and then proceed to step three.

Step 3.

Complete the design of the tree by adding more branches and twigs like so. When that is done you can finish the trunk of the Easter egg tree, and then move down to step four.

Step 4.

I didn't want to make my tree completely lifeless, so I went ahead and draw in some brand new spring blooms which are sprouting around the tree like you see here.

Step 5.

Draw in some eggs that are hanging from the tree, as you can see they come in various sizes. The strings should be ribbon shaped because you don't want them to look too flimsy. Clean up your work and prepare your drawing for color.

Step 6.

Here is the finished drawing of the Easter egg tree. Now all you have to do is color it in and decorate it to your liking.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 15, 2012
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Description: I was looking for some information to give you guys as to what this next lesson is based on but all I can come up with is what I know from my personal knowledge. So having said all that jazz, here is "how to draw an Easter egg tree", step by step. I'm sure that many of you have seem these seasonal trees displayed in the past whether it be on someones table, front lawn, or even on an Easter card. An Easter egg tree is nothing more than a constructed frame in the form of a leafless tree. In the winter or spring, trees have not yet recovered from the harsh winter season which leaves them lifeless looking because they have to blooms or leaves. If you buy an Easter tree in the store they are usually made of wicker or metal, and they have small decorative Easter style eggs hanging from the bald branches. Folks also decorate their bald trees in their yard for the Easter holiday too by following this very same concept. Plastic Easter eggs are threaded with a ribbon or string which is in a loop fashion so it can be placed on the branches of trees. The concept I drew for you all in this tutorial is based on a realistic style tree but in miniature form. The eggs are hanging gracefully in a decorative fashion for added beauty and style. If you like this type of concept, you will definitely enjoy drawing an Easter egg tree as well. I still have more fun coming your way and this time it will be in the form of some cool anime characters that you may or may not recognize. Peace out people!