It’s time to go back to the posts about drawing tropical fruits. These are fairly simple drawing classes. But, it can teach you basic drawing knowledge of geothermal shapes, as well as shadows.

It is essential to follow the exact steps, and you’ll have a highly realistic drawing that shows the fruit of the tropical region. Let’s begin with a drawing lesson about the art of drawing the guava step-by-step.

Step 1

We’ve just discussed creating geometric forms. It is possible to see the wrong circle in this section. This is the circle that is extended vertically, with sharp ends on the top. First, draw a circle that is regular and then gradually deform it. You can draw the same shape as in our illustration without preparing.




Step 2

At the highest point on the circle, you can draw an extended vertical line. On top of this line, trace the contour of a long leaflet. The vertical line connects to the leaflet’s contour. We have an approximate silhouette that resembles a fruit from the tropical region we sketch



Step 3

The smallest details always make up the overall design. It is something you have probably seen even in very difficult drawing classes. An excellent illustration is drawing the rose. We will now focus on the tiny aspects of our Guava. The top portion of the fruit should be drawn with, a couple of oblique lines that connect into a single point. Turn over the stem, and draw veins of the leaf.



Step 4

We already have a lovely Guava. We have already received a beautiful Guava. And we’ll use our shadows in order to render the fruit appear more real. We will draw thick, intense shading on both the edges at the top and bottom that make up the fruit. Be aware that the hatch is not near the edges.


We’ve just drawn the tropical fruit guava. Guava does not show any significant distinct characteristics in comparison to other grapefruit as well as citrus. We are referring to the drawing method obviously.

Also, do not forget to add comments on what kind of fruit you’d like to be able to see during our drawing lessons.


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