Have you ever been on the lawn? or in a country residence? If you needed to transport a significant amount of hay, you likely picked up the forks. It’s a fantastic garden tool that will help tremendously in transporting hay, leaves, or any other debris. This is why we offer you this drawing guide for drawing pitchforks.


Step 1

Then, we sketch our rough outline of this gorgeous pitchfork. It’s akin to a stickman, which we make when we are trying to draw a male or woman. Similar to those situations in the first step, we sketch the outline and position of the object we wish to draw. Beware of volumetric figures during this step, it’s simply a sketch.




Step 2

This time we’ll increase the volume of this garden tool. Sharp edges are an essential requirement for high-quality pitchforks. With the help of these sharp ends we are able to take a good amount of hay, or effectively scare the devil that has escaped from our barn.

Make sure to draw this portion of the pitchfork as fluid and evenly as possible. When you have completed the process, take out all lines of excess from this area.



Step 3

Repeat the same procedure for the wood part of the pitchfork. You are able to choose any type of style as the handle. Whatever you choose, make sure to go with straight lines and smooth lines. The wooden portion of our forks ought to slowly taper toward the grinders.



Step 4

This is the final step in the process of learning how to draw the pitchfork. In this step, we must work using shadows. To create stunning and realistic shadows, it is essential to be able to identify the source of light. Consider how your pitchfork needs to be placed with respect to the source of light.

In this case, the light falls to the front, but a little further to the left. Therefore, a light shadow will fall on the left side of the wooden portion as well as the teeth on the pitchfork.


We have tried to make an accessible and easy drawing lesson. Contact us if you are having difficulty describing the process. We will explain this step to you and take it into consideration in the next drawing lessons.

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