How to Draw a Fir Tree Step by Step

How to Draw a Fir Tree easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy tree drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How to Draw a Fir Tree

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

 Shoo Rayner Drawing

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1: Start by drawing the roots. Draw a few small diagonal lines in a series.

Step 2: Next, draw the trunk. The stem is not too large because the leaves cover most of it. Draw a medium face, straight lines going up from both sides of your roots.

Step 3: Finally, draw the leaves of your tree. Figure out how tall you want your tree to be and start there. Draw a small upside down “V” at the top where you want your tree. Start on the right side of the “V” and draw a small curved line going outward and then a zigzag back towards the tree. Continue doing this in an inclined line and make the curves longer as you go down the tree. Stop when the bottom of the leaf is facing the top of the stem. Now create a final curved line with a zigzag bottom that is smaller than your last leaf. Make it connect to the trunk. Repeat these steps on the left side. Draw a few zigzag lines inside the outline of your plant to make the leaves stand out.

Interesting Facts about Fir Trees

Fir Trees are tall evergreens that are cone shaped and covered in needles. They grow in a lot of sizes depending on the tree. A Fir Tree can be 15 to 200 feet tall, and they all produce cones to pollinate themselves. The cones on a Fir Tree are normally 6 to 8 inches long. The needles on a Fir Tree range from 1 ? to 6 inches long. Fir Trees grow naturally in North America, Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa. Common Fir Trees are the Douglas Fir, the Grand Fir, the Red Fir, the Balsam Fir, and the Silver Fir. What makes a fir tree recognizable is the brush like branches that give the tree pointy edges. Other evergreens are more rounded on the edges.

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