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How to draw a Raspberry

How to Draw a Raspberry with Free Raspberry Printable

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I want to teach how to draw a raspberry. Like a beginner artist, you create a raspberry picture with a pencil.

Step-by-step instructions and a low difficulty level will make drawing easy for you and your child. Here are some instructions for drawing a raspberry. Let’s get started!

Supplies Needed for the Raspberry Printable

1. Free Printable Raspberry Template

How to draw a Raspberry
How to draw a Raspberry

Easy Raspberry Drawing Tutorial Video

Watch the How to Draw a Raspberry video below!

How to draw a raspberry?

Do you want to learn how to draw a raspberry? It’s really easy! Just follow these simple steps and you’ll be able to create your own raspberries in no time. Let’s get started!

Draw a peduncle.

Draw a peduncle with two parallel lines starting in the middle of the page.

Draw your sepals.

Draw your sepals. Create a sepal beneath the peduncle from the berry hanging from the bush, usually a portion of the sepal. Begin by drawing the sepal leaf on the left side and defining the intervein.

Draw another sepal.

Draw another sepal, representing the part of the berry hanging from the bush, as you did in step 2. This step involves drawing the sepal leaf on the right side and making the intervein in it.

Connect the elongated leaves.

Connect the elongated leaves to the peduncle along the top right corner. Nearly all of the berries will be covered with leaves.

Draw another leaf.

Draw an elongated leaf that connects to the peduncle on the top left side. Leaves almost entirely cover it.

To outline the stem and sepals of the raspberry, move to the top part of the raspberry-like in the example below.

Make the first layer of drupelets.

Several segments make up the body of a raspberry, and in this step, we will outline those segments using intersecting lines.

Add a second layer of raspberries drupelets.

Applying the second layer. Using semicircles as a guide, draw the second and third layers. Place the tops of the layers below the first layer.

Add the final three drupelets.

Finally, add only three drupelets to the bottom row, as shown in the figure. Those in the previous row should cover more of their upper portion than those in the rest.

Check your drawing.

Check your drawing to make sure it looks like this.

Grab some colored pencils and color in the raspberry.

Apply dark pink shades to the raspberry. You can also add burgundy and cherry colors to some areas. Color the berries green on top and red or pink on the bottom part.

Congratulations! You have successfully learned How to draw a Raspberry. We hope this was a fun-filled experience for you all.

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How to draw a Raspberry

What are raspberries?

A raspberry is a type of fruit that belongs to the genus Rubus. The fruit is not actually a berry, but rather a drupe. Raspberries are native to Europe, Asia, and North America.
The raspberry plant is a perennial, meaning it will grow back year after year. Raspberry plants can grow to be up to six feet tall and produce fruit that is approximately one inch in diameter.

Conclusion on How to draw a Raspberry

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to draw a raspberry. If you liked it, please share with your friends and leave me a comment below letting me know what other tutorials you would like to see. Thanks for reading!

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