How to Draw Wheat easy for Beginners

How to Draw Wheat with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for beginners and everyone.

How to Draw Wheat

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

If you want to know how to draw wheat step by step, then this lesson will help you do it! I have specially developed each step of this lesson in a simple and easy to understand way so that every child artist and beginner can do it.

Wheat is a member of the grass family that produces a dry, single-seeded fruit commonly known as the kernel. You probably know that most baked goods are made from wheat.

You will start drawing wheat by sketching auxiliary lines and then you will move on to drawing wheat grains. I hope you will do a great job!

Wheat Drawing step by step

Step 1. Draw the first auxiliary line.

Start by drawing a vertical line. It will be the middle part of the wheat that you draw.

Step 2. Add more auxiliary lines.

Draw two identical vertical lines to the right and left of the previously drawn line.

Step 3. Start drawing the particles on the left side.

To do this, draw four similar curves between the first and second subline.

Step 4. Draw some particles from the right.

Draw curves similar to the ones drawn in the previous step between the sublines.

Step 5. Complete the left grain drawing.

Add the top of the wheat grain using four curved lines.

Step 6. Complete the drawing of the wheat grain on the right.

Draw four identical curves over the previously drawn curves on the right.

Step 7. Add cereal on top.

Outline it with a curved line. This figure has the same shape as a drop of water.

Step 8. Delete the auxiliary lines.

Use an eraser to erase unnecessary lines from the drawing.

Step 9. Color in the drawing.

You should only use yellow to color this drawing.

This concludes this wheat drawing lesson. I hope you can draw wheat as I showed in my tutorial. You can now apply these skills in the future. If you liked this lesson, please share it with your friends.

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