Whether it’s a fall or Halloween drawing lesson, this step-by-step drawing tutorial on how to draw a pumpkin will make it easy for you. You are just a few simple steps away from learning how to draw a simple yet fairly realistic pumpkin.
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Autumn is pumpkin time! You may think that they are difficult to draw, especially because of their ribs, but with our tutorial you will be drawing pumpkins in no time.
We’ll show you a super easy way to make a pretty realistic one, and the steps will help you create a good base for drawing different pumpkin shapes: big, chubby, skinny… all kinds really.
Are you ready to do your pumpkin drawing? Let us begin!
Instructions for drawing a pumpkin
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How to draw a pumpkin step by step
Start by drawing two curved lines: draw a letter C on the left and an upside-down C on the right.
Join the top and bottom ends by drawing 3 arcs between the ends (3 above and 3 below).
Look at the middle arch above and below. Draw two curved lines to form the first rib of your squash. This can be a bit wider.
Draw two more curved lines. You can already see your pumpkin taking shape.
From the central arc, draw two curved lines for the stem.
Draw a circle at the top of the stem to complete it.
Add an arc line on the left…
Draw another arc line to the right.
Draw a vine. Done, you’ve learned how to draw a pumpkin.
Color in your drawing of a pumpkin.
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