How to Draw Grapes
In this drawing lesson, I would like to tell you how to draw grapes. We are sure that you will enjoy the execution of this excellent drawing.
With the help of this lesson, you can learn how to draw grapes, as well as depict them in your various paintings in the future. For example, you can depict grapes while doing a still life, draw them against a backdrop of wildlife, and also depict them as the main subject of the drawing. This simple drawing lesson consists of ten steps that any aspiring artist or child can easily follow.
Grape is a climbing plant with a tree-like stem, decorated with large bright green carved leaves of beautiful shape. Grapes wrap around hedges, fences, terraces. There are more than one and a half thousand different varieties of grapes.
Depending on the variety, the berries are green, golden, pink, dark blue, and can also have a different shape, for example, they can be round, oval or elongated.
Grapes are considered very useful. They contain glucose and fructose, mineral salts and trace elements such as potassium, calcium, phosphorus and iron.
We invite you to start this drawing lesson right now if you have already prepared your art supplies. We are sure that you will do a great job with this work!
Time needed: 50 minutes.
How to Draw Grapes
- Draw the guidelines.
Use curved dashed lines to indicate the dimensions of the bunch of grapes you will draw with this lesson.
- Outline the vine leaves.
At the top of the previously drawn shape, draw guidelines to indicate the dimensions of the vine leaves.
- Start drawing the grapes.
Depict several circles and ovals of different sizes inside the previously drawn shape, as shown in the figure.
- Add more grapes.
Continue drawing the grapes by adding ovals, circles, and arcs of various sizes, just as shown in the example.
- Sketch out some more grapes.
Along the edges of the previously drawn grapes, add arcs of different sizes, as shown in the figure.
- Finish drawing the grapes.
Now you need to add a few more arcs of different sizes to complete the drawing of the berries.
- Depict the outer edge of the leaves.
To make the vine leaves look more realistic, mark their edges with zigzag and wavy lines, as shown in the picture.
- Add the veins to the leaves.
Inside the previously drawn vine leaves, draw straight and curved lines of various lengths to draw the veins.
- Erase extra lines.
Use the eraser to remove any unnecessary guidelines from the drawing. If you notice errors, correct them at this stage.
- Color the drawing.
To color the grapes, use brown and green. To make the drawing look more realistic, mark the areas of light and shadow.
So this fascinating and useful drawing lesson came to an end, in which you could learn how to draw grapes step by step. We hope that this lesson was useful for you and helped you improve your artistic skills. We will be glad to read your feedback and ideas for new drawing lessons.
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