How to Draw Berries

Artist: Dawn / March 25, 2010

Step 1.

All three fruits are circular in shape. Because of this you will draw relatively round beginning shapes. The raspberry and blackberry will hold shapes like an acorn, and the blueberry is just round.

Step 2.

Draw the shape of the blueberry in more detail, and then add a small stem and leaf. You will then begin filling in the two cavities for the blackberry, and raspberry with small bead like shapes.

Step 3.

For your last drawing step, all yo need to do is add the bottom for the blueberry, and then finish drawing the small circles for the other two berries. Lastly, add the foliage leaves, and start carefully erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you   

Step 4.

This is how your drawing looks when you have finished drawing fruit of your choice. Color them in and that's it. I had a blast, and now I;m ready to "BURST" out of here. Great job guys, keep up the good work!

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 25, 2010
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Description: I think it's time that I do another tutorial that is based on some sweet, delicious foods. I am so excited that summer is just around the corner because that means it is almost time for the 4th of July too, even though it's like four months away. Along with summer comes the full bloom of some very special fruit bushes. This tutorial is going to teach you "how to draw berries", step by step. Not just any berries, three of the most common that grow in the wild, or right in our backyards. There is three different types of fruit that you will get a lesson on: "how to draw blueberries", "how to draw raspberries", and "how to draw blackberries". The pink colored one is the raspberry, the circular fruit is of course the blueberry, and then you have the one that looks like a bundle of grapes, the blackberry. All three varieties taste especially sweet, and if you gather enough, you can make some awesome home-made pies with them. When I was a kid I used to pick berries in my grandmothers backyard. I used to have such an awesome time, but the only draw back was the hot steamy weather. Since the bushes where located in the wooded area of her yard, it used to be so hot and sticky in there. When I was done, I just picked up the hose and started pouring water on my head. Anyway, I know you guys will like this tutorial because it is fun, easy, colorful, and very yummy. I will be back later, and with me I will bring some more fun tutorials. Peace out and happy drawing!