How to Draw a Peach Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Fruit drawings for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a big circle. This will help you outline the shape of the peach.
Stretch the two curves from the bottom of the circle, allowing them to meet at a gentle point. Delete the original circles between them. This is called the top or end of the fruit.
Erase the top part of the circle and draw two overlapping curves in their place. These are the “shoulders” at the base end of the peach.
Extend one shoulder with a horizontal curve close to the bottom of the peach. This bulge is called the cheek, and the depression is indicated by the line as the stitching.
Draw the stem that protrudes from the top of the fruit. Use three curves to create a curved and narrow rectangle.
Draw a leaf emerging from the stalk. Use two curves that meet at a point.
Leaf detail with leaf veins. Draw a downward curve in the middle of the leaf. Then, draw shorter curves emanating from the central vein.
Draw another, larger leaf from the opposite side of the stem. Use two curves that meet at a point.
Draw the veins of the second leaf. Use a longer curve for the central vein and a shorter curve for the accessory veins.
Color your peaches. This fruit can be the same color as its name implies, or it may exhibit yellow, orange, pink, or red shades.