How to Draw an Acorn 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 two long, nearly parallel curves. Note, however, that the lines are farther apart on one end and closer together on the other end. These lines form the branch to which the oak is attached.
Use a short, curved line to wrap the wide end of the branch. Stretch for a few short, parallel lines from the middle of the branch. This is the stem that will connect to the acorn pod.
Use two curves to draw the shape of a crescent moon dangling from the tree trunk. This is your acorn cap, or cupule.
Use a long, curved line to surround the shape of the acorn, called the seed or pericarp. Notice that the edges are almost straight, and the little bulge at the top, rest of the oak style.
Use the curves to surround the second crescent shape, partially obscured by the first. Draw a short line to show the body and connect the cap to the main branch.
Use a long, curved line to outline the shape of the acorn. Again, notice the top protrusion.
Draw three long, curved lines extending upwards from the tree branch, just above the oak. These will form the veins of the oak leaves.
The oak leaf stripe divides the lobes around each stripe, using a long, wavy line for each pattern.
Elongate short and curved outward lines from each leaf veins, forming appendages. Detail of acorn pods with cross hatching.
Color your flowers and leaves. Acorns are green when they are young, turning brown as autumn approaches. Your leaves can be green or red, yellow, orange and brown in autumn.