How to Draw an Olive Tree Step by Step

How to Draw an Olive Tree easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw an Olive Tree

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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

Step 1:

First, draw the trunk. Draw a curved line to the left towards the top. On some empty space, draw another line against the last line and bend in the same direction.

Step 2:

Next, draw the roots. Draw a few small wavy lines along the bottom of the trunk.

Step 3:

Now let’s draw the branches. From the left side of the trunk, draw a curved line that curves inward and then slightly back out at the end. On the right side of the trunk, do the same thing. Leave some space and draw a small line that reflects the end of your left-facing curve. From that line, draw a small line going up and reflect those lines with a long line but leave some space. Line reflection on the right side leaves some space. Now, draw two wavy lines either side of your inner lines to form a long branch in the middle.

Step 4:

Then draw the branches. Out and along the edges of all branches, draw a long wavy line with a curved “V’s” at the end.

Step 5:

Finally, draw the leaves. From one of your branches, draw a small wavy line with three ovals at the end. Draw this on your branches to make leaves.

Interesting facts about olive trees

Olive trees are short shrubs 26 to 49 feet tall. They grow naturally in the Mediterranean, Asia and Africa. The trunk of the olive tree is warped. Its leaves are rounded, flattened and 1 to 3 inches long. The tree produces small white flowers that give way to olives. Olives are considered a “stone fruit” meaning they are fleshy fruits with holes or hard seeds in the middle. Olive growers pick olives when they are green or purple. Once picked, they will continue to ripen and, in some cases, turn black.

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