how to draw Fall Oak Leaves step-by-step

You too can easily draw Fall Oak Leaves by following the simple steps.

Learn how to draw great looking Fall Oak Leaves with step-by-step drawing  instructions, and video tutorial.

Begin by drawing a long, curved line. This will become the stem and the central vein of the middle leaf.

Draw two long, curved lines extending from the sides of the first. These lines form the stem and veins of the additional leaves.

Outline a leaf by drawing curved lines of varying lengths that meet in jagged points to form lobes.

Outline leaf with jagged curves, note the point at the tip, fully enclose the outline.

Start outlining the second leaf from the side of the first, to make it appear one is behind the other.

Continue to outline your leaf, fully enclosing the shape. Notice again that the longer curved lines are used to form the lobes of the leaf.

​​​​Outline the third leaf. Again, attach the lines to the leaf beside it, so that it appears to pass behind the previous leaf.

Continue to outline the final leaf until the irregular, spiky shape is fully enclosed.

Detail your leaves by drawing veins in each. Do so by extending short, curved lines outward from the leaf's central vein.

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