How to Draw an Eucalyptus Tree Step by Step

How to Draw an Eucalyptus Tree easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a tree for beginners and kids.

How to Draw an Eucalyptus Tree

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Limo Sketch

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

Step 1:

To start, draw the roots of the tree. In a small bunch very close together, draw a few small wavy oblique lines joined at the top.

Step 2:

Now, draw the trunk. From the very far left origin, draw a straight line going up. Draw another line going up from the origin very far to the right but make this line a little longer.

Step 3:

Next, draw the branches of the tree. On the right side of your trunk towards the top, draw a small straight line coming out. Draw a long line slanting upwards, away from your last line. In the middle of this line, draw a small line that curves outward. On the left side of your trunk, draw a small oblique line going out with another oblique line a small distance from that line. At the top right side of the trunk, draw a small curved line outside. Draw another curved line in the opposite direction to the last branch you drew on the left side. In between your two curves, draw a “V”.

Step 4:

Then draw the branches out of the branches. Draw small ā€œVā€™sā€ at the end of all your branches. In the middle of the left side of your trunk, draw a curved line going outward but leaving a gap in the middle. At the top of your blank, draw a small curved line going outward in the same direction as your final curve.

Step 5:

Finally, draw the leaves. Where you left your space in one of the branches, draw a small circle but instead of using a line, use small humps to create your circle. Draw different types of large and small shapes using small humps, coming out of the ends of your twigs and branches.

Interesting Facts about Eucalyptus Trees

Eucalyptus is a tall tree that grows only in Australia. They can grow up to 200 feet tall! Eucalyptus Tree has a long trunk, thick tops. Their leaves are flat and oily. Oil is a special protector to protect the tree from attackers. When the plant is mature enough, it will produce fluffy pink, white, yellow and red flowers. If the Eucalyptus tree is flowering, it is a mature tree. Another telltale sign of the age of the Eucalyptus Tree is the roughness of the bark; The more grooved, hard and uncomfortable the bark is, the older the tree is.

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