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How to Draw a Mushroom: Featured image

How to Draw a Mushroom

​​​Mushrooms are fascinating creatures that are neither plant nor animal. The mushroom looks like a plant, having roots, called mycelium, and growing from the ground. It uses the mycelium to consume plant matter, yet it cannot move around freely as an animal can. Therefore, mushrooms and other fungi are classed in a group all their […]

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How to Draw a Turkey Dinner

​The turkey is a wild game bird native to North America. Native peoples began to domesticate the turkey hundreds of years ago, and it was taken to Europe by early explorers. They called it the Turkey-cock due to its resemblance to guinea fowl of the geographic region of Turkey. Today’s domesticated turkeys are much larger […]

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How to Draw a Scarecrow

​The scarecrow is a mannequin placed in a farming field to deter birds (such as crows), deer, or other animals from eating the crops. The traditional scarecrow is made of old clothing stuffed with straw, supported on a wooden framework. When the wind blows the scarecrow’s movable parts, it is able to frighten animals that […]

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How to Draw a Fall Tree

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”- Albert Camus, French philosopher and writer​​​​Why do trees lose their leaves in fall? This is a survival mechanism that helps the tree to endure cold winter weather. As cold weather approaches, special cells called cork cells grow at the base of the leaves, cutting […]

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How to Draw a Corn Cob

​Corn, also called maize, is a food producing plant native to the Americas, likely first grown in Mexico. There, it was bred from sturdy grasses. Christopher Columbus took seeds, or kernels, of the plant back to Europe, and in less than 100 years, it was growing across Europe and Africa. Today, it is the second […]

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How to Draw Fall Oak Leaves

“That time of year thou may’st in me beholdWhen yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hangUpon those boughs which shake against the cold.”- Sonnet 73 by William Shakespeare​Oak trees are well known for producing acorns and displaying vivid colors in the fall of the year. Valley, chestnut, and chinkapin oaks turn yellow in fall, […]

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How to Draw a Pie

“Four and twenty blackbirds,baked in a pie…”- “Sing a Song of Sixpence,” 18th century English nursery rhyme​​A pie is a dessert or entree created by lining a baking dish with pastry and filling it with fruits, custards, or meats and vegetables. Across cultures, pies have been a staple of the human diet since time immemorial. […]

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How to Draw a Turkey - Really Easy Drawing Tutorial

How to Draw a Turkey – Really Easy Drawing Tutorial

How to Draw a TurkeyTurkeys are large birds native to the Americas. The turkey was first domesticated in Mexico around 800 B.C., and it has since been farmed for its meat and feathers. When European settlers first discovered the animal, they brought it back to the Eurasian continent. The merchant ships traveled through nation of […]

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How to Draw a Pumpkin

How to Draw a Pumpkin In today’s guide, we will be learning how to draw our very own pumpkin! This surprisingly simple tutorial is made of only 9 easy steps! If you follow the step-by-step instructions, soon you can have your very own pumpkin sitting on the page before you. ​Pumpkins are very round and […]

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How to Draw a Turkey

How to Draw a Cartoon Turkey In today’s guide, we will be learning how to draw a fluffy turkey. This tutorial is made easy and in only 20 simple steps, you will have a beautiful turkey sitting on the paper right in front of you. ​Turkeys are very simple animals to draw. With their roundness […]

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