Inside: How to draw a cherry with simple circles & a cute stem.
Hello Artists! Today, we are drawing a Cherry, actually if you’re going to draw one, why not try 2 cherries on a stem?!
Cherries are sweet and tart with pits right in the middle.
They are usually deep red, sometimes they can be an off-white.
Red is by far the most popular.
Again, they start with a simple shape with a few key details added.
Supplies for drawing a cheery bunch
- Colored Pencils/crayons
Artist tip: As with any drawing it’s important to recognize how much space you are working with.
To do this, point to the middle of your paper with your finger or pencil.
This will tell your eyes how much space you have to draw in.
It does not have to be exact!
How to draw cherries with circles
Let’s get started:
1. Draw a medium, sized circle. Remember circles can be tricky.
Draw light lines, and pick your favorite ones.
2. Next, draw a half circle right next to the first circle.
It’s a little more than half, maybe a 3/4ths circle.
These are the Cherries.
How to draw a cherry stem
3. Now, draw curved lines from each circle (cherry) that meet together at a point.
4. Add two leaves at the top, the leaves look a little like eye shapes with pointy ends.
One is bigger than the other, to make it more visually interesting.
How to shade cherries
5. Now to add the details:
- At the base of the first cherry stem, draw a loop around the stem. Then work the circle line so it’s not completely perfect. Cherries have slight bumps.
- On the second cherry, draw a circle around the stem.
- At the top, where the stems meet with the leaves, smooth out those lines.
6. The Best Part: Color!
Artist Tip: Using several shades of the same color will give depth.
Lighter shades for the highlighted areas, and deep shades for the shadows.
There you go! You’ve done it and drawn such a cute bunch of cherries.
Let’s see what other types of fruit we could draw together? A blueberry would be a great addition for a pie or fruit cocktail.