Hello, budding artists! Let’s dive into the world of fruits and learn how to draw a delicious blackberry. Whether you’ve tasted these juicy berries in a pie or seen them growing in gardens, we’re going to capture their sweet charm on paper.
Follow my easy steps, grab your drawing supplies, and let’s create our own mouthwatering blackberry artwork together! 🍇
How to Draw a Blackberry
Start by drawing a small curved shape, like a distorted heart, this will be the top of the Blackberry.
Add a slightly elongated shape beneath it to represent the first drupelet.
Continue adding elongated shapes around the first one, creating a cluster that resembles a flower bud. These shapes should vary slightly in size and curvature for a natural look.
Begin to elongate the shapes further and add pointed ends, which will represent the tips of the drupelets.
Add leaves coming from the top of the blackberry. Draw two leaves with pointed tips and lines for the veins, then depict the berry by drawing drupelet shapes.
Fill in the gaps with more drupelet shapes, keeping them smaller as you move towards the outer edges.
Sketch more drupelet shapes as shown in the picture.
Add drupelets for depth on your blackberry.
Add some definition by drawing the drupelets that are on the sides and in the background, giving depth to your blackberry.
Finally, color the blackberry with shades of purple and black for the drupelets and green for the leaves. Add highlights to create a juicy appearance.
Berry-picking through “How to Draw a Blackberry” has been a fruity adventure! Did they capture the juicy allure of this delicious berry, or have you berry delighted with artistic joy?
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