If you want to learn how to draw, you can start with these 7 easiest fruit to draw, but you must also learn a few drawing techniques in order to better understand the process. The most basic drawing techniques are scumbling, hatching, cross-hatching and stipping.
Scumbling is a technique where the artist is moving the pencil in small, circular motions keeping them all very compact.
Hatching is a technique with simple marking out small lines bushed together to create fill color from further away.
Cross-hatching is the same process like hatching but the process is repeated in the opposite direction.
The stipping drawing technique also uses the same principle as hatching but the lines are very small and they look like small dashes.
Fruits are easy to draw for beginners because of their simple shapes and forms. Some are more complicated for drawing than others, that’s why we created the list of 7 easiest fruit to draw in order to help you find your starting point. If you want to draw fruits you must also keep in mind the angle, or if you draw them on a table, and you want to add some elements on the background, you must think about their size. They must look real, like if the element is behind the fruit, you must draw it smaller, this way your painting will look more real.
In order to create the most accurate list of 7 easiest fruit to draw we did a research of fruit’s shapes and forms, and came up with grape, cherry, banana, pear, peach, apple, and orange as we collected people’s opinions on WikiHow so we can see how challenging drawing an specific fruit can be.
Grape is easy to draw because of its small circle forms, first, you need to outline the silhouette of the vines and a few grapes that are closest to it. Then you have to outline the list with the ragged edges. Later you can continue drawing the rest of the grape.