Learn how to draw a great looking Cherry Pie with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Cherry Pie.
"She's my cherry pie.
Cool drink of water, such a sweet surprise.
Tastes so good, make a grown man cry,
Sweet Cherry Pie."
- "Cherry Pie" by Warrant
The cherry is a small, bright red fruit that grows on a tree. It is often used in desserts such as pies, in drinks, or as a topping on ice cream.
Centuries ago, pie was a good way to utilize the fruit harvest. Many types of pies were made - some were sweet, others were savory.
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Would you like to serve up a delicious cartoon pie for your family? Now, you can! Simply follow the step-by-step instructions in this cartoon food drawing tutorial.
You'll only need your pencil and eraser. You may also want to color your drawing when complete.
Grab your fork and spoon, it's time for pie!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Cherry Pie
How to Draw a Great Looking Cherry Pie for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a long curved line. This will become the top of the pie. Draw a series of short, overlapping curved lines at one end of the long line. This begins the decorative crust around the edge of the pie.
Easy Cherry Pie Drawing - Step 2
2. Continue drawing the crust on the opposite side of the pie. Use a series of overlapping "U" shaped lines. This type of scalloped crust is made by pinching the edges of the dough together.
Easy Cherry Pie Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw long, wavy lines to continue the pie crust.
Easy Cherry Pie Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue the wavy line of the pie crust, then double it back upon itself to enclose the edge of the crust. It won't connect to the crust on the other side - this is where the pie is cut. Then, draw a long curved line into the top of the pie to outline the side of the missing slice.
Easy Cherry Pie Drawing - Step 5
5. From the previous curved line, draw a line to the crust on the opposite side. Then, sketch the bottom of the pie. Use a series of curved lines to sketch each side.
Easy Cherry Pie Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw curved lines to complete the outline of the crust. Then, trace the yummy filling inside the pie using curved lines.
Easy Cherry Pie Drawing - Step 7
7. Finish outlining the filling within the pie. Then, draw three teardrop shapes on top of the pie. These decorative cuts are made in the dough to let out steam as the pie cooks.
Add More Details to Your Cherry Pie Picture - Step 8
8. Next, draw the cherries on top of the pie, erasing as necessary. For each fruit, draw a circle. Near the top, draw a short curved line to form the dimple where the stem attaches. Then, draw the stem using a curved line.
Complete the Outline of Your Cherry Pie Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw the remaining cherry stem using a curved line. Then, draw the plate the pie is resting on. Use a long curved line to enclose a circle around the base of the pie. But you can't cut a pie without leaving behind crumbs! Draw them on the plate, using curved lines to enclose the round shapes.
Color Your Cherry Pie Drawing
Color your cartoon pie. Since this is a cherry pie, we've shaded the filling red in our example.
Did you notice that there's already a slice missing from this cartoon pie? Where did it go? Learn to draw a slice of pie.
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