How to draw a Pear Easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Fuit drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start off by drawing a circle. This will guide the formation of the rest of the fruit.
Sketch the pear. Use a long, curved line to surround a circle on top of the circle. Lets the line cut into the circle, defining the shape. At the bottom of the circle, use two overlapping short curves to make the “navel” part of the fruit, where a part of the flower was once attached.
Delete the original circle, leaving a clean outline of the pear. This shape is called “piriform” or “pyriform.”
Draw a stem above the pear. Start with two parallel curves. Surround the lines using a short line at one end and a small oval at the other.
From the branch, stretch two pairs of lines downwards, one for each pair. Note that the lines diverge, growing further apart as they reach the fruit. Wrap the ends with a series of connected serrated lines.
Delete the guides from the trunk.
Draw two evenly spaced parallel lines extending from the branch to form the stem. Use curves of different lengths, met at jagged points, to outline the leaf.
Draw veins on the leaves. Use a long, curved line for the central vein and supplemental lines for the accessory veins.
Color your pear. Depending on the variety, pears range in color from green to yellow, from red to brown. They may contain combinations of all of these colors.