Learn how to draw a great looking Orange Tree with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Orange Tree.
We're not comparing apples to oranges - we're taking a look at the entire tree! Plant your own orange grove with the help of this orange tree drawing guide.
Are oranges one of your favorite fruits? They are native to Asia but are now grown in tropical regions throughout the world.
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The tough skins help keep the fruits fresh until they reach your local grocery store - or your lunch box. Sometimes fruits in the orange family go by different names such as mandarins, tangerines, or navels.
Did you know? Orange trees do best in areas where they are chilled by light frosts. If the weather gets too cold, cultivators may place heaters in the grove or even spray the trees with water to create a protective layer of ice.
Use this lemonade drawing guide to pour yourself a refreshing glass of orange juice - just shade it orange instead of yellow!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing an Orange Tree
How to Draw a Great Looking Orange Tree for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the orange tree outline by drawing the grass that grows beneath it. Use a series of short, curved lines that meet at jagged points. Then, extend curved lines upward, forming the trunk. Draw lines overlapping the trunk and extending outward. These are the branches.
Easy Orange Tree Drawing - Step 2
2. Contour the branches with curved lines where they meet the tree. Then, begin drawing its leafy canopy. Use a series of curved lines, some of which meet at sharp, jagged points. Draw bunches of detailed leaves extending from the canopy. For each leaf, use a pair of curved lines that meet at a point. Draw a central vein, and a stem connecting the leaves to each other and to the tree.
Easy Orange Tree Drawing - Step 3
3. Continue drawing the tree's canopy - a combination of short lines that meet at jagged points and more detailed bunches of leaves. Then, draw the first cartoon orange - a circle located below one bunch of leaves.
Easy Orange Tree Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue drawing the canopy, using short, curved lines that meet at jagged points. Near the top, draw bunches of detailed leaves.
Easy Orange Tree Drawing - Step 5
5. Continue drawing the canopy, using short, curved lines that meet at jagged points. Near the top, draw bunches of detailed leaves.
Easy Orange Tree Drawing - Step 6
6. Completely enclose the top of the canopy, using short, curved lines that meet at jagged points. Include bunches of detailed leaves.
Easy Orange Tree Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw leaves within the outline of the canopy. Then, draw circular oranges beneath them.
Add More Details to Your Orange Tree Picture - Step 8
8. Draw more bunches of leaves with oranges beneath them.
Complete the Outline of Your Orange Tree Drawing - Step 9
9. Complete your orange tree outline by drawing still more bunches of leaves and a few more round oranges.
Color Your Orange Tree Drawing
Color your cartoon of an orange tree. When unripe, oranges are green in color like limes! As they ripen, they become yellow, orange, or red.
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