How To Draw A Watermelon Easy Step By Step | Fruits drawing and coloring

How To Draw A Watermelon with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How To Draw A Watermelon Easy 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

Start by drawing a circle to outline the shape of the watermelon.

Step 2

Use curved lines to outline a “T” shape extending from the top of the watermelon. Remove the guide lines if necessary. This forms the stalk of the watermelon.

Step 3

Draw two sets of wavy lines extending down from the trunk. Let one slice reach the opposite side of the watermelon. For the other pair, allow the lines to meet at a sharp point. They form the first of the typical watermelon stripes.

Step 4

Draw two more stripes. Extend one line from the stem of the melon, the other up from the bottom of the melon. Allow each section to end with a pointed end.

Step 5

Draw more horizontal stripes on the watermelon, filling in the blanks.

Step 6

Next, you will draw a cut watermelon. Draw a wide “U” shaped line, so that it overlaps the finished watermelon. Then, connect the ends of the “U” with a straight line.

Step 7

Give the slice a three-dimensional shape by drawing a curved line from one corner of the shape to the bottom of the shape.

Step 8

Erase the guide lines from the back of the watermelon.

Step 9

View the inner details of the slice. Draw a curved line parallel to the original “U” shaped line. This separates the green and unflavored skin from the sweet persimmon. Then, withdraw the seeds. Use a teardrop shape for each bead. Notice how the beads are placed in a circle, with the pointed end of the teardrop facing the center.

Step 10

Color your watermelon. The outside of the watermelon is usually striped green. The central part of the melon is usually pink, red, orange or yellow.


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