How to Draw A Tomato. Many tasty fruits and vegetables are supplied by character for us to enjoy as nourishing and delicious dinners and to complement other foods.
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While they are often considered a vegetable, they are fruit. No matter how you look at them, it’s true that tomatoes are loved worldwide, and learning how to draw a tomato can even be fun!
You will definitely like this guide if you love this delicious and healthy food.
How to Draw A Tomato
Let’s start this guide on how to draw a tomato with the stem and leaves of the fruit. You can draw the trunk using some curved lines close to each other.
Next, add a small circle above these lines and finish the stem with a curved line at the base.
This is how we can draw the characteristic leaflets found at the base of a tomato stalk. You can draw these leaves with better-curved stripes ending in sharp points.
As shown in our reference image, we will add five of these leaves to the tomato to Draw A Tomato.
Once the branch and leaves are sketched, you can use larger round stripes for the left edge of the tomato.
We won’t draw the right side for now, but we’ll work on it in the next few steps, so get started when you’re ready!
As promised, in this step, we’ll add the tomato design’s right side. To do this, draw another curved line from the top leaves to Draw A Tomato.
This side of the tomato only goes some way down, as we’ll be drawing a tomato segment in that area shortly.
You can also add thick lines to the bottom of the tomato to give it more texture and shine. Then go to step 3!
Now that you’ve drawn the whole tomato, we can start drawing the sliced tomato wedge next to it in this step of our how-to-draw-a-tomato guide.
This segment has a rounded base and sides, but the top is a consecutive stripe to complete this segment look more like a wedge.
For now, we won’t complete the top left line of the segment, as we will add details later.
There will also be a line inside that will curl up at the end, and you’ll see why we draw it that way when we add the details later to Draw A Tomato.
This step allows you to refer closely to the reference image when attempting to replicate what you see.
Let’s continue drawing the tomato by adding more to the sliced segment. You can start by drawing a wavy line for the top, sharp edge of the segment.
Next, we’ll draw some minor points around this stripe. Draw a sequence of thin horseshoe-shaped stripes in a curved shape inside the segment, as shown in the reference image.
Then you can complete this step by adding a few minor details within the outline before adding the finishing touches in the next step.
Tomatoes have a lot of little seeds inside them, and to draw those seeds for the segment, we’re going to use a pretty creative trick!
That line inside the segment you curled to the end earlier in the pattern will come in handy here.
With this curled end of the line, we draw a new line with little thin loops all the way around. The reference image shows you what they should look like.
Each ring represents a seed for the segment, and we’ll emphasize this even more by adding some color to the image.
Once you’ve added these seeds, you can move one! Make sure to add any extra details you might like first.
You could draw a background showing what other fruits or veggies you would like using this tomato as an idea. How do you want to finish this picture?
You are now in the last phase of your tomato drawing. In our sample image, we used different shades of red and pink for the outside and inside of the tomato.
You can create texture and shine for the surface by varying the tones. We then used some green for the stem and leaves and yellow for the small seeds.
We chose these colors, and you can change them to your liking, adding some shades of green!
Your Tomato Drawing is Finished!