Learn how to draw a great looking Mango Tree with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Mango Tree.
Mangoes are a tropical fruit enjoyed around the world. You can learn how to draw a mango tree hanging full of juicy fruits!
Have you ever tasted a mango? This fruit can be small, fitting in the palm of your hand - or it can grow nearly as large as your head! It has a sweet tropical flavor. Many people enjoy sprinkling it with salt, lime, or chili pepper.
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Mango trees originally came from Asia, but today they are cultivated in tropical regions around the world. They are a staple in many parts of Africa and South and Central America.
In some parts of the world, children sing songs about this useful fruit. "Trees full of mangoes, so ripe they hang low, just one is enough, eat it and you're stuffed!" says one song.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Mango Tree
How to Draw a Great Looking Mango Tree for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the mango tree outline by drawing the grass (you can use our grass drawing guide). Use short curved lines that meet at jagged points. Then, use a series of overlapping curved lines to draw the roots, trunk, and branches.
Easy Mango Tree Drawing - Step 2
2. Detail the bark along the tree trunk with curved lines. Then, use pairs of lines to draw additional branches. Start sketching the tree's leafy canopy, using a series of short lines that meet at jagged points. Add a few detailed leaves.
Draw each leaf using two curved lines that meet at sharp points. Band the center of the leaf with a curved line to indicate the vein.
Easy Mango Tree Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw more leaves, connecting groups of leaves to a central stem. Draw a series of curved lines that meet at jagged points between the groups of detailed leaves.
Easy Mango Tree Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw more detailed leaves, again using lines that meet at a pointed tip. Allow the central veins to converge into a stem. Then, draw the edge of the canopy between the groups of leaves, using a series of short lines that meet at jagged points.
Easy Mango Tree Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw groups of detailed leaves. Again, use three lines for each leaf - two for the edges and a third for the central vein. Allow some of the veins to extend, connect, and for stems.
Easy Mango Tree Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw more leaves, both detailed bunches and series of short, curved lines that meet at jagged points.
Easy Mango Tree Drawing - Step 7
7. Complete the outline of the tree's canopy with a series of curved lines that meet at points. Then, draw bunches of detailed leaves within the canopy. For each leaf, use two lines that meet at points, with a third forming the central vein.
Add More Details to Your Mango Tree Picture - Step 8
8. Draw more bunches of leaves. For each leaf, use two curved lines that meet at a point, with a third line forming the central vein. Then, extend a short line beneath each bunch. This will become the stem of the mango. Finally, enclose the irregular shape of the cartoon mango fruit.
Complete the Outline of Your Mango Tree Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your mango tree outline by drawing many more mangoes and a few more leaves hanging from the tree.
Color Your Mango Tree Drawing
Color your cartoon mango tree. Ripe mango fruits may be green, yellow, or red.
For more great tree drawing tutorials, see the collection of Easy Tree Drawing Guides.
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