How to Draw a Pinecone Step by Step || Draw fruit easily

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

How to Draw a Pinecone Step by Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel: HTDraw

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

Step 1

Start by drawing a tree branch. Use curves of different lengths to form the tree. Allow them to meet in sharp or gentle points.

Step 2

Draw another tree growing from the top of the branch. Draw a pair curve and let them meet at a sharp point. Then, pine needles emerge from this drawing tree. For each needle, use two curved lines that meet at a stroke point. Notice that the metal near the base of the tree is larger than the metal near its tip.

Step 3

Stick along the longest needle along the longest tree. For each needle, draw two curved lines and let us meet at a stroke point.

Step 4

Draw another tree growing from the bottom part of the current tree. Draw the tree using curves that meet at a point. Then, draw the needle along the branch, using two curved lines for each, so that we meet at one point.

Step 5

Start automatically plotting the result. At the end of the remaining tree, wrap an irregular shape like a triangle, upside down. Then place a tetrahedron below this one. Finally, place a small triangle icon below the previous shapes. The “leaves” of the conifer are called the tops.

Step 6

Continue to scale on top of each other. Notice the points are shaped like triangles or tetrahedrons, each of which has points pointing downwards.

Step 7

Continue drawing beams on top of each other of the resulting concatenation. Note that as the pine grows, it also becomes taller.

Step 8

Continue drawing spikes of the resulting pins. Notice that the stem is smaller than the top at the resulting top.

Step 9

Draw strokes, three sides to complete the resulting fill along the edges and ends.

Step 10

Color your results. Most results are brown, which contrasts well with the dark green of the pine needles.

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