Learn how to draw a blackberry for kids using our simple instructions. Scrolling below, you will see a step-by-step collage and detailed steps of this drawing.
Welcome to a new lesson on how to draw a blackberry for kids. This simple and straightforward 6-step tutorial is perfect for aspiring artists. Follow our instructions, be diligent, add a little imagination—and then drawing a blackberry will definitely please you with a good result in the end!
Outwardly, blackberries are similar to raspberries, but they have a rich dark purple color, more roundness. The branches on which this berry grows have thorns, so it should be picked carefully. Blackberries have amazing hardiness and are therefore able to withstand low temperatures. As mentioned above, it is very useful—it contains various vitamins and minerals necessary for the human body. Let’s see how to draw a blackberry step by step.
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Blackberry for Kids
- Draw the outline of the berry.
Surely each of us observed a large fluffy cloud in the sky. Imagine such a cloud or the body of a soft lamb in front of you—and depict it on a sheet. The figure should consist of approximately the same semicircles connected to each other.
- Draw drupes.
The complex blackberry fruit is composed of individual drupes. Draw several semicircles so that their bases are facing in different directions: the first two are up, the next two are to the left, and the last is down.
- Add more.
Draw some more blackberry drupes using the same semicircles used in the previous step. Note that they point in opposite directions.
- Draw sepals.
Now you need to start drawing the sepals of the blackberries, which are located at the top. Note that they must be drawn with curved lines. The three sepals are slightly pointed at the ends and resemble almonds in shape. In the middle of each of them, draw a straight line going up from the berry and not reaching the end of the sepal.
- Draw the stalk.
The blackberry is attached to the branch by its stalk. Draw two short, vertical, curved lines and connect together.
- Color the drawing.
For this berry, we used a natural dark purple color, and also painted over the sepals with light green and the stem with dark green.
Your cute blackberry drawing is ready! Congratulations on this, and we are also looking forward to other drawing lessons. To get better at drawing, you need to practice more often. And in order to practice more regularly, you need to draw more often using our easy drawing lessons!