How to draw a Broccoli step by step – Easy Vegetables Drawing

How to draw a Broccoli with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for kids and beginners.

How to draw a Broccoli step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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

Step 1

In the first step of this broccoli tutorial, we’ll start with the reverse side of the broccoli.
For the stem of the broccoli we will be using some smooth lines for the flat base which will be made up of several curved lines joining together.

They will extend to the left side of the stem, and we will also draw some small leaf protrusions.

We’ll also start drawing the head of the broccoli. We’ll draw this using lots of small, bumpy lines for the bulbous end of the vegetable.

That will be all we will draw for this step, and then you can move on to step 2!

Step 2

Now draw the rest of the stalk
This step of your broccoli drawing will see you complete the other side of the stalk. The stalks of broccoli start out relatively thin at the base, then get thicker as they go up.

We will draw the right side of the stalk in this step and again these lines will connect to each other in different parts and this will give the stem a more textured look.

You can also add a few other small leaves sticking out from the right side of the broccoli stalk as you did the other side. Once done, we will move on to step 3.

Step 3

Draw some more of the broccoli’s head
To continue this broccoli tutorial, we will draw the head of the broccoli.

We’ll be aiming for the almost bushy look that broccoli has, so for this we’ll expand on what you started with in the first step.

That means you can use some bumpy lines for the outline of different parts of the broccoli head. They will be attached to many smaller stalks extending from the main stalk.

If any of this sounds confusing, the reference image will show you what it should look like.

Once you’re happy with the look of this section, move on to step 4, where we’ll continue to draw the head of the broccoli.

Step 4

Next, draw some more parts of the broccoli head
For this and the next step of this tutorial, we will focus on adding more sections to the top of the broccoli drawing.

As we mentioned earlier, the head of the broccoli is made up of a few clusters of smaller leaves and this is what we will be adding in this step.

To do this, add some more rounded sections to the head of the broccoli using the same bumpy lines you used for the rest of the head.

These newest clumps will mostly cover the top center of the broccoli, as shown in the reference image.

Then there will be one last blank left on top of the broccoli and we’ll fill that in as we move on to the last detail in the next step.

Step 5

Add the final details to your broccoli drawing
You are now ready to complete the final details in this broccoli tutorial. To do this, we’ll add a few bumpy broccoli head phrases.

You already know this part by now, so adding these sequels should be no problem for you!

Once they are added, you are ready to move on to the final step. Before you do, you can also add some details and ideas of your own.

One idea is to paint the background and this would be a great way to show what you would love with this broccoli. How would you complete this drawing?

Step 6

Complete your broccoli drawing with color
In the final step of this broccoli drawing, you can finish it off with several colors. As you probably already know, broccoli is usually completely green, but even if you incorporate that color scheme, there’s a way to shake it up.

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