Learn how to draw a great looking Vegetables with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Vegetables.
Vegetables are some of the healthiest foods you can eat. Learn how to draw vegetables so you can outline your different options.
While some people think that vegetables taste bad, vegetables are delicious when you roast, grill or stew them.
If you try different types of vegetables, you might like some varieties so much that you eat them raw. Many people eat raw tomatoes, peppers and celery.
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Drawing cartoon vegetables is a great way to learn about the different types. Once you're done, you could try these vegetables in person, including the onion.
Many people use onions for cooking if you don't want to eat them raw.
Use different colors to color your cartoon vegetables so they're just as bright and cheery as they are in real life.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Vegetables
How to Draw a Great Looking Vegetables for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Draw a cylinder that ends in a point, then sketch vertical lines pointing from the top of the shape. Use wavy lines like hills to draw the leaves. Sketch dashes inside the carrot.
For more practice, learn how to draw a carrot by itself.
Easy Vegetables Drawing - Step 2
2. Repeat the earlier step for the rest of the leaves, then add an oval with a pointed tip to the right like a speech bubble.
Easy Vegetables Drawing - Step 3
3. Use more wavy hill shapes to draw the turnip's leaves. To the right, sketch vertical parallel lines to make a narrow tube. Repeat the process to make a tube that ends in a point.
Easy Vegetables Drawing - Step 4
4. Repeat the previous step to create more stems. Sketch lemon shapes for the leaves, then draw another oval to the right. Add more lemon shapes that overlap the oval.
Easy Vegetables Drawing - Step 5
5. Outline another oval underneath the leaves you drew earlier. Use wavy points, curves and triangles to make shapes that resemble flames for the larger leaves.
Easy Vegetables Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw more leaves, using teardrop shapes for the smaller leaves. Sketch a line inside each leaf.
Easy Vegetables Drawing - Step 7
7. Sketch loose, wavy lines for the roots. Don't worry about making them perfect. Sketch a lemon shape with a rounded bottom to the right.
Add More Details to Your Vegetables Picture - Step 8
8. Draw long, narrow triangles that stick out from the top of the onion. Use short lines for the roots, then draw a wavy line in the background. Add two curves inside the onion.
Complete the Outline of Your Vegetables Drawing - Step 9
9. Start the butterfly with a narrow oval. Draw a circle on top, then use wide curved lines for the wings. Sketch two lines for the antennae.
Color Your Vegetables Drawing
To complete your drawing, outline the cartoon vegetables in black. Use a pen, marker or colored pencil.
Use red for the tomatoes and orange for the onion and carrot. Fill in the turnip with reddish-purple. Add different shades of brown for the soil and lighter brown for the roots.
Color the stems and leaves bright green. Add a blue sky behind your cartoon vegetables, then use yellow and brown for the butterfly.
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