How to Draw a Pear easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw fruits 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
First, we outline the outer contours of the pear. If you make it too smooth and symmetrical, you will have a light bulb-like shape. This is the sketch of the pear, which must be done in very light lines. Don’t press too hard on the pencil, as in the future we’ll fix and redo the lines on our pear drawing.
At the top of the picture, we draw a stem and a leaf of the pear. As you can see the lines in the second step of the tutorial on how to draw a pear are also very light. To slightly alter the way your fruit is drawn, you can draw two or three leaves of different sizes. We did this in our drawing tutorials on landscape.
Now we will make our drawing of a more natural and beautiful pear. With clear and dark lines, draw straight lines and remove unnecessary extra guides from the pear drawing. Now let’s work with the edges of the pear leaves. We need to make them serrated. Also in this step, we draw the veins inside the outline of a leaf.
And in this final step we will draw some shadows. It makes our peer-to-peer drawing richer and more realistic. Shadows need to be drawn using bold. To make the shadow darker, add another blocky layer to your artboard. Don’t forget to paint the shadow on the surface.
Drawingforall.net’s team really hopes that you can learn how to draw a pear with the help of our easy but quite practical drawing tutorials. This is really a very important tutorial, as pears are one of the basic subjects every artist should know how to draw. You can use the steps and tips from this drawing tutorial to draw this fruit separately or as part of a still life painting. Try to draw a vase with a juicy pear next to an apple and a bunch of grapes. You can also add minutiae such as a knife or a cup to make the still life you draw more realistic and natural. If you are not getting the best results, you should review the steps and find exactly where you went wrong. You can go back to the very first step and try to draw a pear in the first place, fixing all the errors and inaccuracies.