How to draw a cherries easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw fruits for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing two lines, curved, parallel. This will form the body of a cherry.
Draw a set of parallel curved lines extending from the first. This forms the trunk of the second cherry.
Draw a wide “U” line at the bottom of each trunk, surrounding the trunk. This line will also form depression on the top of the fruit.
Use a long curve to form a cherry. Extending the line from the torso, just above the depression. Surround an almost circular shape, connecting the road on the opposite side of the trunk.
Draw the second cherry. Again, use a long curve to surround an almost circular shape.
Extend two short, parallel lines from the top of the trunk. Note that these lines are farther apart than the trunk itself. Surround the top of the trunk with a small oval.
Draw a cherry leaf. Use two long curves extending from the top of the trunk. Allow lines to connect at a sharp point.
Draw a second leaf, this time following the trunk. Again, use two long curves that meet at a sharp point.
Your cherry details. Draw an irregular small shape near the top of each fruit, to indicate the shine. Draw a curve down the center of each leaf, forming a vein. Draw short curves, smaller veins, diverting from the central veins.
Coloring your cherries. Usually, red cherries are seen, but they can also be purple, almost black, white, pink or yellow.