This is the second of a series of articles about how to draw various varieties of wild strawberries. We were shocked to learn that this subject was quite popular with people like you. When it did happen that we were extremely happy to be able to satisfy you. We have therefore come up with a brand new drawing tutorial on drawing the blueberry step-by-step.


Step 1

In the beginning, we must sketch lines of blueberries so we begin the drawing process with a basic circle. If the circle turns out to be not quite well-symmetrical and is a little flat, this is not an error.




Step 2

At the top of the circle draw an oval. It is important to note that it should not be directly adjacent to the edge. We draw five broad leaves around the oval. Since we’ve already completed sketches of blueberries, it’s time to move on to the specifics.



Step 3

The principal portion of this drawing tutorial was carried out in a tiny area that is home to the leaves and stalk on the berry. So, we’ll focus on this section. Therefore, we will include a border on the small oval. We then erase the lines within the leaves’ contours.



Step 4

This is the perfect moment to play in shadows for our blueberry sketch. Notice how different the shadows of the leaves are as well as on the blueberry itself. It’s all about the strength of hatching. If you wish to darken the shadow it is necessary to apply more strokes to make your hatching more intense.


The team behind believes it is essential to be able to draw the blueberry as well as other similar berries for those who wish to master this old method of visual art, also known as a still-life. Drawings of this kind can be done in a variety of ways and can be part of larger works where other fruits, apples, and dishes are sketched. We have yet to complete a couple of lessons on drawing wild fruit. If you are interested in this theme to learn about, then have fun! If you’re bored don’t fret. In the near future, we’ll be introducing exciting things.

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