How to Draw a Maple Tree Step by Step

It is possible to refer to the basic step-by-step drawing guide that follows

Step 1:

First, draw the root of the trees. Make two straight lines about apart. Draw two lines, spaced out and down, just behind your last lines. Repeat this process three times, making sure you draw the line where your beginning connects to the second line of the origin you just drew. You should now have a small line of roots.

Step 2:

Then draw the trunk. Make a straight lineup from the initial source you sketched. Draw another straight line up, but this time starting beginning at the highest point of your previous origin you traced.

Step 3:

The next step is to sketch the branches. Draw two long, wavy lines from at the very top of the tree. Make small spikes on the ends of the two lines, connecting them. This is called a branch. Keep doing this until are able to have the number of branches you need.

Step 4:

The final step is to draw leaves. Start with an individual branch, and draw a tiny line along the branch. Draw three small spikes of the line that you just drew. You now have the day to yourself! Repeat this procedure through the various branches to form any number of leaves as you like.

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